How to Plan, Start, and Operate a Small Business

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Business - Class/Workshop

Date & Time: Tuesdays, March 5, 2019 - April 9, 2019
6:00 PM-8:30 PM
Suggested Audiences: Adult
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Bay Path Adult Evening School
57 Old Muggett Hill Road
Charlton, MA 01507
Cost: $159
Description: 01-059 How to Plan, Start and Operate a Small Business

This course will navigate you from the feasibility stage through the proper accounting/bookkeeping tools. Each week of this 6-week program you will be guided through the feasibility studies to progress into a business plan. After identifying the elements of the business plan, a cost analysis can be determined. Start up and operating costs can be established based upon all identified fixed and variable costs, eliminating much of the risk of starting up a company. This is a great way to set yourself up for success by doing your necessary research and to follow your dreams.
6 weeks/15 hours

Ronald Johnson is a Carpenter who teaches at Bay Path RVT High School as the Carpentry instructor. His educational qualifications include an Associates degree in Business from Fisher College and a Bachelors degree in Business from Nichols College. Mr. Johnson has held positions in the construction clusters as a Carpenter and an Estimator/Project Manager for R.H. White Construction Co. in Auburn, MA. He was hired by the owners of the Ninety-nine Restaurants in Woburn, MA as a Construction Director to oversee an aggressive growth of that company. In the nine year period he was with Ninety-nine Restaurants, he oversaw 65 of 74 of the construction of new restaurants, with an annual budget of 8 to 11 million dollars. In 2002 the Ninety-nine chain was acquired by a Nashville, TN based Charlies Restaurant chain. In 2002 Mr. Johnson started and operated a General Contracting, Project Management Company named Imagine Construction Co. His experience and business background provided him with a successful venture for ten years. His passion for business and carpentry enable him to pursue his career path to become a teacher.

Tuesdays, March 5  April 9
6:00 p.m.  8:30 p.m.

Course Fee $159
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Phone: 508-248-5971x1715
Entered by: Lori Douthwright

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Created: January 31, 2019 at 10:40 AM

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