What You Need to Know to Start a Business - SCORE SE Wisconsin February 26 Workshop

January 13, 2020
“What You Need to Know to Start a Business” will be the topic of the SCORE SE Wisconsin workshop held on February 26th held at the Sheboygan Chamber, 621 S 8th Street. The workshop, presented by Lynn Oehlke, a SE Wisconsin SCORE mentor, will run from 9:00 AM -11:30 AM. Attendees should arrive 15 minutes early for check-in.
Registration is Open! Call the SCORE SE Wisconsin office in Milwaukee at (414) 297- 3942 or visit the SCORE website at www.sewisconsin.score.org. The workshop session will cost $25/person, with a $10 discount offered to the second attendee from the same company.
Our Presenter
Lynne Oehlke has been a CEO of two nonprofit businesses. She has started and currently manages her own small business. Her mission when teaching is to promote understanding and skill sets related to the complexities of management, especially those related to process redesign, employee investment and partnerships for maximum quality and profitability. She holds a Master Degree from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee in Business Organizational Structure and Process Design. She has served as an adjunct faculty member for Cardinal Stritch in their Masters in Business Management program. As a CEO, she effectively led organizations from debt to profitability, and grew both core and new client services.
Workshop Overview
Many small businesses started with tinkering. Apple and Microsoft both began in a garage by individuals who believed in the concept of home computers. The list of innovative business ideas goes on. However, how does one move from tinkering with an idea to a viable business generating revenue, employing people, and reaching international markets? If this is your dream, this workshop is a great place to start. The presentation is an overview of the mechanics necessary to start a small business in the 21st century and contains the fundamentals necessary for a successful launch. 
Issues addressed will include: What does the owner need to know, where to go for help and how to uncover the challenges. Questions and answers are a central part of workshop discussions with SCORE business mentors and other SCORE workshops will build upon these fundamentals.
The SCORE SE Wisconsin Winter Workshop Series is supported by the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation and the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce. As a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), SCORE has helped more than 11 million entrepreneurs through mentoring, workshops and educational resources since 1964.
Collette Sizer, Score Volunteer
collette.sizer@scorevolunteer.org, (630) 301-1078

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