The Minority Small Business Education Series is a practical overview of essential business topics created for minority and non-minority small businesses operating in recognized Metropolitan Detroit “low to moderate income” neighborhoods.
The Series is open to all types of businesses that have revenues of $1MM or less annually and have been in operation for not more than 5 years. Business owners are presented with actionable information which will assist them in growing and sustaining their business. They also gained valuable insight into a variety of business subjects. New Detroit is committed to supporting and elevating neighborhood small business in Metropolitan Detroit.
New Detroit is committed to supporting and elevating neighborhood small business in Metropolitan Detroit.
MSBES will begin on April 23 and will be held each Monday until May 28. The segments run from 8:30 am until 12:30 pm.
The Series topics include:
- Apirl 23: Writing a Business Plan and Marketing
- Apirl 30: Understanding Financial Statements and the Commercial Lending Process
- May 7: Business Insurance
- May 14: Legal Issues and Taxation
- May 21: Business Technology
- May 28: Human Resources & Cultural Competency
The Series will be held at: Marygrove College, Denk Chapman Hall, Madame Cadillac Building, 8425 W. McNichols, Detroit, MI 48221. Free, secure parking is available next to the Madame Cadillac Building.