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Learn about the due diligence preparation process that can yield greater investment in your startup, small, or medium business. Topics to be covered will be narrative crafting, performance reporting, and the process of maintaining confidentiality and speed in due diligence execution. Presented in partnership with Dayton SCORE. *This event is part of Techstars Startup Week Dayton.
Learn about the self-serve tools, standardized process, and ancillary professionals to assist in performing a timely and thorough due diligence process. Before you acquire or invest in a company or entrepreneur team, you want to attend this complimentary presentation given by Clarence S. Day III, Intermediary Adviser with Griffin Moor International, LLP a transactional advisory firm serving lower middle market stakeholders. *This event is part of Techstars Startup Week Dayton.
In this informal work session, the Job Seekers team will answer your compelling questions about interviews, professional dress, LinkedIn and any other subjects that are perplexing you as you journey through your job search. There will also be time for resume review and critique with team members.
In this informative presentation, franchise consultant and business expert Bill Powell of FranNet will answer attendees’ initial questions on business and franchising basics. Highlights include:
· Why consider business ownership? Advantages and disadvantages
· Determining your ideal business model: Build, buy or franchise
· Economic overview and business trends
· Much more than food: Myths of franchise ownership
· Funding options and building equity as an exit strategy
· How the SBDC, SBA and SCORE can help
Advance registration is required. Register by calling 937-496-8631 or register at Dayton.score.org.
Business and marketing professional Bill Powell will share practical advice based on 30+ years of sales/marketing communications and job search consulting.
· Knowing yourself and your brand
· Crafting/telling your story compellingly and to differentiate yourself
· Developing key tools
· Seeking review and advice
· Knowing when to communicate (and when to shut up)
· Rules … and exceptions
This session will help allow people in transition to see how job searching has changed over the years, especially with respect to resumes, LinkedIn, networking and transferable skills. The goal is to give participants a starting point for dealing with those changes. This will be an interactive session where the participants begin to build the elements of a Modern Day Job Search.