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New Businesses Will Benefit from Summer Classes at FVCC

July 19, 2017View for printing

In partnership with the Northwest Montana Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Flathead Valley Community College is offering two classes in August designed for new and growing businesses. Stephanie Juneau, director of the Northwest Montana SBDC, will present "Evaluate a Business Idea" on August 15 and "Profit Mastery: Creating Value and Building Wealth" August 16-17.

"Evaluate a Business Idea" is a 90-minute class that walks participants through the process of evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of a business idea to determine whether it is feasible. Juneau will cover startup costs, market opportunity, financial projections and financing options. The class runs from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at the college. There is no cost to participate in the class, but pre-registration is required.

"Profit Mastery: Creating Value and Building Wealth" is a 16-hour class that helps small business owners and managers gain an in-depth understanding of how money flows through their business and what adjustments can be made to maximize profits and cash flow. The class runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the college. Cost to participate is $295 per person and includes a course manual, 90-day online access to resources and support materials, and light refreshments. Each registered participant may bring one additional person from his/her business to the class for no extra cost.

To register for either of these classes, contact the FVCC Continuing Education Center at (406)756-3832 or visit www.fvcc.edu/contining-education.

Juneau has 20 years of experience in commercial banking with expertise in financial analysis, loan structuring, credit underwriting and risk mitigation. She has served as a business consultant for a broad range of companies in various stages of development and has experience working in the general contracting, professional services, technology, alternative energy, bio-medical, manufacturing and import/export industries. Prior to joining the SBDC in 2016, she was the chief financial officer for a startup manufacturing company in California.

In her current position with the SBDC, Juneau assists startups and small businesses in Flathead, Lake and Lincoln counties with financing, business planning and market knowledge. The Northwest Montana SBDC is a program of the U.S. Small Business Administration.


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