August 23, 2014

Events

Think you're too old to start a business? Think again!

| 4/29/2014

Are you nearing retirement and exploring new opportunities?  The U.S. Small Business Administration South Florida District, SCORE, and AARP are teaming up to host two events tomorrow targeting entrepreneurs over the age of 50.

Wednesday, Apr. 30, 9 AM. Mentor Month Encore Entrepreneur Workshop For Small Business FORT LAUDERDALE.  The U.S. Small Business Administration and AARP are again teaming up to host National Encore Entrepreneur Mentor Month targeted at entrepreneurs over the age of 50. This two hour workshop will provide Encore Entrepreneurs with an introduction to small business ownership, the resources available, and professional counseling. LEARN MORE 

Wednesday, Apr. 30, 9 AM. Mentor Month Encore Entrepreneur Workshop For Small Business MIAMI. The U.S. Small Business Administration and AARP are again teaming up to host National Encore Entrepreneur Mentor Month targeted at entrepreneurs over the age of 50. This two hour workshop will provide Encore Entrepreneurs with an introduction to small business ownership, the resources available, and professional counseling. LEARN MORE 

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