Breaking Down Barriers to Innovation
Location: 321 Ballenger Center Drive, Frederick MD 21703
Date: Now booking Time: Call to schedule a tour
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Startup U Business Model Class
Location: ROOT Building, 118 N. Market Street, Frederick, MD
Date: January 30, 202
Time: 06:30 pm to 9:30pm
The class will cover:
An overview of the Business Model Canvas, and how it differs from the Lean Canvas
Customer segments, distribution channels, and value propositions
Key activities, resources, and partners
Revenue streams and costs
Business model adaptability in a changing world
How to spot assumptions in your model that need to be tested
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Frederick County Workforce Services
Location: In person
Date: February 2
Join us as we hear from Jeremy S. Scholtes and Elisabeth Hall on the important legislation as well as the trends in policy that will enable you to create a safe, productive, and attractive environment for your employees. The class will equip your businesses with the knowledge you need to recruit and retain workers effectively following the hardships from the pandemic.
*Question 4 is a voter referendum to amend the Constitution of Maryland in order to legalize cannabis for adult use in Maryland. The referendum was approved by around 65% of voters on November 8, 2022, and will go into effect on July 1, 2023.
About the Trainers: Jeremy S. Scholtes, a FITCI ecosystem mentor, serves as outside general counsel to numerous companies, primarily in the construction, IT, and manufacturing industries, many of which are also government contractors.Elisabeth (Beth) Hall advises and represents businesses in all aspects of labor, employment and fair housing law.
These free educational workshops are geared toward business leaders, human resources professionals, and those small business employees who find themselves as the designated HR rep!
by SBDC Maryland
This program promotes economic growth in our community. It provides confidential one-on-one business consulting to assist with business start-ups, growth, loans, marketing, government contracting, technology and more with access to resources to help you start, grow or manage your business and, as a non-profit organization; most services here are free.
There is also offer low-cost training events and workshops to help you strengthen your business knowledge and apply it immediately to your business plans. Whether starting a new business or running an existing business, SBDC can help.