Small business owners and entrepreneurs facing the challenges of opening their dream business can learn about real solutions from QT Mission Mondays: How Latina Wade went from $0 to $2 Million in Revenue in two years. See how smart business planning helped owner Latina Wade get up and running on the road to a successful, sustainable business. View the exclusive webinar on writing a business plan for free on the QT Business Solutions’ YouTube site: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HdvujvenSo.
One of the most surprising facts explored during the QT Business Solutions presentation is how writing a business plan can help small businesses succeed, which few small business owners and entrepreneurs are aware of. Not only do lenders usually require a well-developed business plan, but having this document provides owners and stakeholders with a blueprint for current and future operations. Successful planning can mean the difference between a thriving business and a dream that gets left behind.
The webinar also explains how additional services can help small business owners scale up to grow like Latina Wade’s staffing agency has done. Smart business planning includes more than a business plan document; owners need a variety of tools, tips and advice to use for their continued growth. QT Business Solutions also helps business owners understand and access these services.
The full agenda of this informative webinar also includes:
Taking a start up from $0 to opening – The webinar delves into how Latina Wade took her staffing company from $0 to $2 million in revenue in less than two years.
Learn how Latina Wade developed her business with a written business plan – The webinar delves into how Latina Wade got her business funded using a written business plan.
To view to the full video, interested small business owners and entrepreneurs can visit the website at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HdvujvenSo.
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