Santa Ana, CA, February 03, 2008 --(PR.com
The National Hispanic Business Women Association (NHBWA), an economic development program of Rancho Santiago Community College District, presents “Cómo crear un negoicio exitoso.” This three-hour seminar presented in Spanish will give current or prospective business owners guidance in launching a successful enterprise. Topics include:
- What type of business to launch;
- Setting reasonable goals and objectives;
- Legal requirements and structure;
- Community resources and more.
Wells Fargo Training Center
2525 N. Main St., Santa Ana, CA 92705
Thursday, February 7, 2008
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Luís Lazo, author of La Opinión’s “Paso a Paso” column and business consultant, will share his insights into how to avoid common business pitfalls. Since launching his first business at age 16 in his native Peru, Lazo has enthusiastically embraced the world of small business. He has owned an array of successful businesses from selling sandwiches on a street corner to manufacturing acoustical tiles, processing rice, and running a magazine and print shop.
NHBWA empowers and encourages women and business owners to develop and grow their businesses by offering educational opportunities, mutual support, referrals and networking.
Thanks to Wells Fargo’s sponsorship, the seminar is free of charge. To reserve a space, contact NHWBA at (714) 564-5533 or http://nationalhbwa.org.
About the Rancho Santiago Community College District
The mission of the Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) is to respond to the educational needs of an ever-changing community and to provide programs and services that reflect academic excellence. Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College are public community colleges of RSCCD, which serve the residents of Anaheim Hills, East Garden Grove, Irvine, Orange, Santa Ana, Tustin and Villa Park. Both colleges provide education for academic transfer and careers, courses for personal and professional development, customized training for business and industry, and programs to train nurses, firefighters and law enforcement personnel.