Business plan writing class is Aug. 15

by Clay Neely


On Aug. 15, Clayton State University Small Business Development Center will present a class on "Writing a Living Business Plan."



The class will include multiple discussions ranging from “Telling a Compelling and Provocative Story” to “Finding Sources and Determining the Cost of Capital.”



A sample business plan will be among the handouts provided with the class.



The class will run from 5 to 8 p.m. and will be held in room G127 on the first floor of the Clayton State Arts & Sciences Building on the campus in Morrw. The registration fee is $69 per-person.



Interested parties can register at www.georgiasbdc.org or call SBDC Program Coordinator Heather Chaney at 678-466-5100.








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