Monday, December 10, 2012

CORE FOUR Business Course (January)

Seton Hill University's E-Magnify and Downtown Connellsville present CORE FOUR® Business Planning Course  in January 2013.

Dates: Four Tuesdays in January (8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th)
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. (Come at 5:30 to join us for a light dinner.)
Location: ArtWorks Connellsville, 139 West Crawford Avenue, Connellsville, PA
Cost: $100* for all four classes. (All materials are included with registration.)

Registration deadline: January 4, 2013

Who should attend: Open to all entrepreneurs.

RSVP required: Please contact Michael Edwards at 724-626-0141 or

Developed in 1998 by the Northeast Entrepreneur Fund, the CORE FOUR® Business Planning Course is a culmination of years of experience training individuals in starting and growing their own small businesses. E-magnify has been presenting CORE FOUR since 2008.

The course focuses on the following four core bodies of knowledge that a business owner must have in order to operate a successful business:
  • Marketing plan preparation;
  • Business plan preparation;
  • Cash flow projections; and
  • Business operating procedures.
By helping participants develop an understanding of the four core bodies of knowledge presented in the course, CORE FOUR presents participants with the tools and knowledge needed to build a business plan. The knowledge gained allows participants to begin the process of gathering information needed to plan their business. Once participants have obtained the knowledge about how to plan a business, they can use it for any business idea, at any time, for the rest of their lives.
CORE FOUR is suitable for those who want to start a business, as well as those who desire to operate a business more effectively.

*Class fees (typically $300) are underwritten through a grant from Chevron and Community Foundation of Fayette County. This program is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.