JBA Entrepreneurship Workshop Series

The JBA Entrepreneurship Workshop Series educates entrepreneurs on the process of entrepreneurship, from the idea stage to launch. Each workshop addresses key topics and foundational material critical to small business success.

 

Understanding Business Entities
Deciding on the right legal business structure for your business can be difficult. There are several options to choose from. The entrepreneurship department partnered with NELP to explain everything. During this webinar a lawyer will explain the following:

  • The multiple business structures available for an entrepreneur
  • The benefits and drawbacks of certain entities
  • What's needed to obtain each entity

Attend here.  

Tuesday, September 15, 4pm

Basic Accounting for Your Business 
This class will provide a basic understanding of the three core financial statements: the balance sheet, the income statement, and the cash flow statement as well as an understanding of basic accounting concepts. Watch here

Wednesday, September 16, 4pm 

Understanding Trademarks and Copyrights 
Deciding if you need to trademark or copyright is a big decision. In this special presentation, we have partnered with NELP to discuss all things intellectual property. Attend here

Tuesday, September 22, 4pm

Knowing Your Customers
This class will provide you an overview of the basics of marketing including understanding demographics, locating your customers, and more. Join here.

Wednesday, September 23, 4pm 

Turning Your Business Into A Media Company
This class will provide a basic understanding of how to create a content marketing program for your small business that allows your marketing efforts to function as a media company. Attend here.
 

Wednesday, September 30, 4pm 

Contact Us

To learn more about our entrepreneurship services, register for a class, or make an appointment, please email or call us at one of our JBA main locations.

Central Library
Job & Business Academy
89-11 Merrick Blvd.
Jamaica, NY 11432
718-990-8625
jobsearchhelp@queenslibrary.org