Seguin Gazette: Business bootcamp aims at building up women entrepreneurs
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Dalondo Moultrie The Seguin Gazette
Management at Workforce Solutions Alamo is looking for a few good women.
The regional branch of the statewide service agency plans to host a series of seminars aimed at women who have already started their own businesses or are looking to began one. Sparked by a grant from the Texas Workforce Commission, the seminars will be grouped together as a “Women’s Entrepreneurship Bootcamp” and comprise a virtual participation aspect for people in different areas to attend, said Tiffany Harris, Workforce Solutions Alamo business engagement manager.
“It’s basically to help these women take that step, decide if they want to start their own business and, if they want to, (determine) what are the steps to be successful,” she said. “The first section is kind of a reality check. What is your current situation? Is it going to be a good idea to start a business or maybe do you need to get some more things in place to move forward?”
The boot camp is scheduled to take place at sessions held once a month from January through July. Each session is free to the public, Harris said.
Category: Small Business Development