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Join this webinar, hosted by East Bay Small Business Development Center, designed to help businesses that are profitable and with more than 2 years in active operations, understand how to raise capital, equity and debt to facilitate future growth.
The idea of tax planning can elicit emotional responses ranging from pure boredom to high anxiety. But filing your taxes doesn’t need to be daunting.
This free, one hour workshop will run you through the basics of tax planning and preparation. Among other items, we’ll discuss:
How to maximize your time and make the most of your effort, Consistency from year to year, Tracking expenses efficiently and accurately, Using Excel for your tax prep and How to complete a Schedule C.
Have you ever looked at a profitable financial report but you have barely any cash in the bank & wonder how that works? If so, you are not alone. Cash flow is both a bit mysterious and the magic carpet of your business if managed well. But how can you manage it well if there never seems to be much?
Join the Small Business Development Center for this webinar on the role of cash flow in your small business so that you can manage it and drive your business to more stability with less stress. After this webinar you'll know how to identify and free up your cash flow bottlenecks and predict the next one to avoid it.
Join the Small Business Development Center and the Alameda County Community Development Agency for a free 10-part series on “Food Business Entrepreneurship” for participants interested to launch and grow food businesses in Alameda County.
In this series, you will learn the basics to start and grow your own food business, catering, and so much more. This series will help turn your idea into reality.
The Fundamental Food Entrepreneurship Training Academy (FETA) II program is for businesses located in Alameda County only or plan to do business in Alameda County.
This ten-part training series is available for startup and emerging food, catering, restaurant, and other food businesses located or planning to locate in Alameda County. Participants will receive certificates of completion, and individual advising from East Bay Small Business Development Center as part of the program. Participants are expected to complete all 10-part series.
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