Thursday, April 04, 2013
I and E: April 10th: Ensuring Your small business success
Ensuring Your Small Business Success at I&E’s April 10 Meeting Have you ever wondered why some small businesses grow and flourish while others fail? In many cases, it is not what the business sells but how it controls extraneous costs and attracts customers. The business’ surroundings also play an important role in its success or failure. These aspects of small business ownership and much more will be presented by Jeff and Susan Farnsworth, the property and business owners of several Evansville area businesses such as Studio Repeats, State Farm and Farnsworth Ceramics. Their presentation will address topics including how a small idea can become a cluster of small businesses and how to cluster and incubate small businesses. This presentation is hosted by the Evansville Area Inventors & Entrepreneurs Club and is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. April 10 at Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. Everyone is welcome and the meeting is free. Following the presentation, I&E Club attendees and guests are invited to partake of the refreshments sponsored by Erin Simpson of Vintage Birch Barn, a vintage furnishings store located in downtown Evansville at 10 E. Main St. Vintage Birch Barn is a “vintage store specializing in all things old, rusty, picked, re-purposed and beautiful” and offers “perfectly imperfect, unique home decor with history.” For more information, please contact Vintage Birch Barn at (608) 335-5508 or through its email: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’d like to be involved in the Evansville Area I&E Club’s many yearly activities, please contact Club President Sue Berg at email@example.com or (608) 882-0986. You may also reach the Evansville Area Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club on Facebook and when searching LinkedIn using the groups tab.
Posted by Richard Woulfe at 9:16 AM