PROVIDENCE, R.I. - You can learn more about starting and running a successful business at free workshop this Wednesday from Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis and the Rhode Island Economic …
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - You can learn more about starting and running a successful business at free workshop this Wednesday from Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis and the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation (RIEDC).
“In today's environment, we are doing everything we can to help companies be successful. These workshops allow them to get advice from a team of consultants," said Mollis.
David Lucier of Lucier CPA and David Nash of Engage Marketing will present "How to Start and Run a Successful Small Business" Wed., April 27, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 875 Centerville Rd., Building 2, Unit 5, Warwick.
The workshop will review tax-reduction strategies, 20 pitfalls to starting and running a small business and how to price products and services.
To register for the free workshop, contact RIEDC at 278-9154 or email@example.com.
The workshops are offered through "We Mean Business," which is a joint venture between the Secretary of State's First Stop Business Information Center and RIEDC. We Mean Business connects business owners with the local, state and federal agencies and non-profit organizations that impact their companies.
The Secretary of State's office works with more than 60,000 companies registered to do business in Rhode Island. The office oversees recording commercial liens, protecting corporate trademarks and providing advice to start-up businesses.
Secretary of State Mollis is committed to making it easier to vote, helping businesses grow and making government more open and accessible. For more information about the programs and services the Secretary of State offers Rhode Islanders, visit sos.ri.gov.
RIEDC's mission is to create jobs, help companies expand and develop their workforce, and identify opportunities to bring new companies into our state. RIEDC offers a host of programs, both in-house and in collaboration with partner organizations, to support the businesses of Rhode Island and to achieve the goals of job retention and sustainable job growth. For more information, visit riedc.com.