The final session in the “MBA Lite: Renew Your Business,” a four-part mini-series of advanced programs for the small business community, will take place Feb. 25 at the Hudson Library.
The series, offered by Hudson Library & Historical Society’s Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship Research, began in January and will continue with three programs this month, according to Hudson Library's website.
Denise Easterling, CPA and Entrepreneur Faculty Advisor for Collegiate Entrepreneur’s Organization for Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation at Kent State University, will present “Entrepreneurial Marketing: How to Market the “New” Feb. 25.
The series kicked off with “Driving Change in Stable Organizations” with Dr. Susan Hanlon, Assistant Dean of the College of Business Administration at The University of Akron, Jan. 28.
“Financing for a Small Business,” with PNC’s Business Banking Officer Jon Novak took place Monday.
Registered patent attorneys Howard Wernow and John Gugliotta presented “Value added IP: Why Intellectual Property Adds Value to Small Business” Wednesday.
Registrants must attend each session in the mini-series in order to earn a certificate after completion. The programs will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Hudson Library located at 96 Library Street. The programs will include 75 minutes of teaching time, followed by a question and answer period.
Programs are free, but require registration. Interested entrepreneurs can register for the workshops by calling 330-653-6658 ext. 1010 or register online at www.hudsonlibrary.org.