Entrepreneur Certificate Program in Spanish

ORIENTACION PROGRAMA BILINGUE VIRTUAL DE CERTIFICACION EMPRESARIAL

 

Iniciar un nuevo negocio o hacer crecer uno existente es un trabajo difícil y exigente. El verdadero secreto del éxito es el afán de aprender y tener acceso al conocimiento, la experiencia y la experiencia de otros. Si eres hispano y estas interesado en iniciar un negocio o estás buscando expandir su negocio, el Virtual Bilingüe Programa de Certificado de Emprendimiento es lo que necesitas. El Bilingue Programa de Certificación para Emprendedores Bilingue (ECP) de los Centros de Desarrollo de Pequeñas Empresas de Nueva Jersey (NJSBDC) ahora es virtual. Este programa de 36 horas (9 semanas) brinda a los empresarios y propietarios de pequeñas empresas existentes la oportunidad de aprender cómo iniciar y expandir con éxito las operaciones comerciales en un nuevo mundo COVID-19 en una plataforma 70/30 español / inglés. Esta orientación le proporcionará la información que necesita para determinar si califica para participar en este programa sin costo. Ser aceptado en el programa de asistencia a esta orientación es un requerimiento.

Date:  May 18, 2021

Time: 4:00PM – 6:00PM

Location: Webinar

 https://clients.njsbdc.com/workshop.aspx?ekey=28410082

Contact Information
  1. Sonia Musa
  2. 9733211378
  3. musas@wpunj.edu
Tue, May 18
4:00 pm — 6:00 pm
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ORIENTACION PROGRAMA BILINGUE VIRTUAL DE CERTIFICACION EMPRESARIAL

Iniciar un nuevo negocio o hacer crecer uno existente es un trabajo difícil y exigente. El verdadero secreto del éxito es el afán de aprender y tener acceso al conocimiento, la experiencia y la experiencia de otros. Si eres hispano y estas interesado en iniciar un negocio o estás buscando ...

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