Franklin, NH, July 13, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Does your small business need a sales boost, but you’re not sure how to achieve it? MicroCredit-NH will sponsor a “Creating Added Value” workshop in Franklin for small business owners and the self-employed. It will be held on Friday, July 20th from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM at the Franklin Public Library on 310 Central Street.
This hands-on session will focus on brainstorming fresh ideas to increase the revenues of small businesses. Participants will also access effective goal-setting, prioritizing and planning strategies to make their ideas realities. Lani and Allen Voivod, co-founders and ‘Content Lovers’ of Epiphanies, Inc., will lead the workshop and assist participants with analyzing their businesses in creative and new ways.
“When the same old marketing and sales methods aren’t working, brainstorming can break through the barriers to change,” said Lani and Allen Voivod. “Done correctly, brainstorming incites new product lines, marketing tactics, and revenue streams for businesses.”
Registration for this event is required. The workshop registration fee is $15 for MicroCredit-NH members and $20 for non-members. To register, contact MicroCredit-NH at 1-800-769-3482. For more information about MicroCredit-NH and its statewide business development events, visit http://www.microcreditnh.org and click on “Calendar.”
About Epiphanies, Inc.
Lani & Allen Voivod, aka ‘The Content Lovers" of Epiphanies, Inc., help budding entrepreneurs and small biz dynamos ‘A-Ha Themselves’ in fun, innovative, and profitable ways. For free articles, tips, and strategies designed to catapult your content and electrify your business, sign up for their ezine, ‘The Inciter,’ at EpiphaniesInc.com.
To accomplish its mission of increasing the income and economic stability of microbusinesses and the self-employed, MicroCredit-NH provides statewide business development programming, loan capital up to $15,000, and expanded marketing and networking opportunities. MicroCredit-NH delivers its services through local Business Groups that are comprised of self-employed individuals and small business owners. Since program inception, MicroCredit-NH has loaned more than $850,000 to New Hampshire’s entrepreneurs. MicroCredit-NH is a program of the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, Inc., a statewide non-profit charitable organization headquartered in Concord. MicroCredit-NH is generously supported by Citizens Bank, NH Community Development Finance Authority, the Community Development Block Grant Program, among others, and is endorsed by all New Hampshire County Commissions.