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 SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER

 

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BUSINESS NETWORKING AND

TRAINING PROGRAM 

   Denton   -   2nd Tuesday of each Month

7:15 a.m. Registration and Complimentary Breakfast

7:30 a.m. Program and Networking 


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Join fellow business people for an informative program and an opportunity to network with other businesses. Guest speakers present a variety of business topics.The interaction time and table for distribution of promotional materials provide opportunities to learn about other businesses and help the community know about your business. Reservations not required.   

 

Denton Chamber of Commerce

414 Parkway, Denton, TX 76240



ONLINE TRAINING ADVANTAGE

  Professional Training via the internet - $80 course fee Man in hard hat with computer
 

For catalog of course options and to register, go to www.ed2go.com/nctcsbdc 

 

 

ULady at computer pdate your business skills in the convenience of your home or office. Choose the location and time for your classes. The six weeks series of classes are taught by professionals with interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials and discussion. 

 

  Class Start Dates for 2014  
          
January 15-21
April 16-22
July 15-22
October 15-21
February 19-25
May 21-27
August 20-26
November 12-18
March 19-25
June 18-24
September 17-23
December 10-16

  SKILLS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

Skills training available for Small Businesses through Texas Workforce Commission

 



SEMINARS  AND COMING EVENTS

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CLICK TO REGISTER  nctcsbdc@nctc.edu  OR PHONE  940-668-4220


 

 

 

 

 

Join - Learn - Seminar Information

Special topic seminars are scheduled periodically through the year with the local SBDC and will be posted on this website. Ongoing events occur in the area through the NTSBDC regional office in Dallas.  Contact the SBDC office to sign up for the updates mailing list to be sure you upcoming announcements of events and news.

 

 


 

This cooperative agreement is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration.SBA's funding is not an endorsement of any products, opinions, or services. SBA funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations will be made to those individuals with disabilities as well as those with limited English proficiency who request special needs in advance. NCTC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and service provider.      
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