September 23, 2015
Starting your food-oriented small business can be more than just a dream. If it is your desire to earn the rewards of your culinary skills by starting a food-based business, then this event is for you.
Join the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce and the eTEAM to discover the tools and steps necessary to get your business started. The expo will provide an array of information from labeling and licensing, to where products can be sold and much more. You will have a chance to meet and hear about eTEAM member organizations, and community resource partners will be available to provide all kinds of business start-up assistance.
The Mini Expo will be held Oct. 7, from 5-7 p.m., at Hasselbring Senior Center, 1002 W. Home Ave.
The event is free, but registration is required. Space is limited.
The Chamber’s eTEAM is a regional collaboration of entrepreneurial service providers working to connect local entrepreneurs and small businesses with resources to promote growth and success. The eTEAM member organizations include: MI-Small Business Development Center (MI_SBDC), Michigan Works! and Metro Community Development in addition to many other service providers.
A second expo is planned for Nov. 11. Details and location will be provided in a future issue of Inside Business.