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Essentials for Starting a Small Business    NEW!

Thinking of starting a small business? Get an overview of the startup process beginning with common characteristics and attitudes of successful entrepreneurs. the class will also explore major planning areas as a way to reduce risk in your venture. We'll focus on practical steps, not only to determine the feasibility of your idea, but to set you up for future success. Explore ideas for getting customers in the door, working out your operations and procedures in advance for a flawless opening, and some key financial ideas necessary during the startup phase and in ongoing operation. You'll leave class with numerous resources to help you fill any skill or knowledge gaps you may have discovered along the way and build upon what you have learned.


  • Essentials for Starting a Small Business  • FALL


  • Item: 7046

    Fee: $225.00

    Instructor: Michael Coffey

  • Times: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

    Dates: 10/23/2019 - 11/20/2019

    Sessions: 5 W

    15 hours

  • Location: 9600 College Way North Seattle, WA 98103

    Building: On Campus: TBA

    Room: ARR



  • CE classes are intended for adults 18 and up unless otherwise noted. Please see Continuing Education Policies to learn more about our underage waiver, refund, and cancellation policies.

    Are you an au pair? Do you need documentation for work that you attended class? Don’t forget to register for the CEU or Clock Hours fee.

  • Fall registration opens Monday, August 5 at 7:00am