What’s Coming Up in August

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We’ve officially reached the last full month of summer, where has the time gone? While there will be lots of events and training sessions taking place in in September, there are some interesting  options coming up in August…

Alleyways Market
August 5
4:00 pm – 10:00 pm

In partnership with The Exchange District BIZ,  The Manitoba Association of Landscape Architects (MALA), successful pop-up shop operators Luckygirl, and knowledgeable artisan food-market vendors, Alleyways Market heats up the first Friday evening in August. It is one part farmers market, one part design exhibition and one part curated pop-up shop. Local businesses, artisans and restaurants are pulling together to create a relaxed and fun atmosphere that celebrates Winnipeg’s Exchange District while giving back to the many people who consider it home.

Financial Statement Analysis for Small Business
Entrepreneurship Manitoba
August 11
10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Make sound business decisions that take advantage of financial information about current operations to realize opportunities for profitability and growth.  Regular preparation and analysis of financial statements supports the business owner in early identification of areas with potential for improvement.

Incorporating Your Business
Entrepreneurship Manitoba
August 16
10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Should you operate your business as a corporation? Gain valuable insight into the key steps, legal requirements and potential taxation benefits of setting up a new business as a corporation or moving your existing proprietorship/partnership to an incorporated company.

Welcome to Business
Women’s Enterprise Centre of Manitoba
August 17
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Starting a business is an appealing idea for many women, but do you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur? This session helps you explore the advantages and challenges of being self-employed. It will also provide you with answers to frequently asked questions including: What is a business plan? How do I register my business name? Do I require any special licenses or permits? How do I finance my idea? A Business Advisor from the Women’s Enterprise Centre will guide you through the resources available at the Centre and introduce you to services delivered by our business network partners to help you put your dream into action. Register.

Have we missed any? Leave them in the comments below!

Have a great August!