Business Resources – Upcoming Classes Available

Stress Management
(for those age 50 and older)

StressTuesday, September 10, 8:00-11:00 am, at Sheridan College Main Street, 171 N. Main St. Must be age 50 or older (or their employers).

The “Stress Management” program is the first in a series of “Plus 50 Encore” programs, from now through next June. There’ll be a special focus on those working in health-related fields, but anyone age 50+ can attend.

All of these Plus 50 Encore classes are free. For more information and to register, contract Karen St. Clair at (307) 674-6446 Ext 4501. Click here for a listing of future programs in this series.


Managing Generational Differences

Man with Puzzle PiecesTuesday, September 17, 8:30-11:30 am, at the Trails Inn Conference Room, 2125 N. Main St.

You can’t lead the generations until you stop trying to change them. It is only when you appreciate the generations and their differences that you are able to harness their potential. In this workshop, you’ll learn the key characteristics of each generation, how to build trust to develop a higher functioning team, and how to incorporate the concepts to unleash the full potential of your team. Presented by Stacia Skretteberg of PeAk Consulting.

$68 per person. For more information, to register, and to see other upcoming workshops, visit the PeAk Consulting website or call Stacia at (307) 752-3608.


International Exporting

EarthTuesday, September 17, 10:00 am to 4:15 pm, at the Days Inn in Thermopolis. For small or mid-size Wyoming companies that create and market goods using at least 50% agriculture products.

You’re invited to learn more about international exporting at this day-long seminar. Participants will learn the “how to”s for beginning or expanding their sales by tapping into the 95% of consumers living outside the U.S. Food exports continue to flourish in today’s economy and studies have shown that small businesses are leading the way.

$25 per company, and participants must be distributors or owners of their business. Presented as a joint effort of the Wyoming Business Council Agribusiness Division and the Western United States Agricultural Trade Association. Click here for the seminar agenda and registration form. (Walk-in registrations will not be accepted.) For more information, contact Donn Randall at (307) 777-6578 or Amanda Hughart at (360) 693-3373.


Wyoming Biotech Conference

Wyoming Biotech Conference logoThursday & Friday, September 19-20 at Sheridan College.

A technology conference continuing the conversation around the emerging issues in the biotechnology industry and how those issues can affect your future. This is your chance to hear and speak with some of the foremost experts in the field.

Hosted by Forward Sheridan. $200 for the full event; $75 for Friday only. For more information, the full agenda, and to register, visit www.wyomingbiotech.com or call Zoila Perry at (307) 673-8004. The Sheridan County Chamber is one of the local sponsors of this event.


Profit Mastery

Dollar Sign on GraphTuesday & Wednesday, September 24-25 in Forward Sheridan’s board room.

This workshop, the next Chamber training, will be a two-day intensive session on understanding accounting principles, cash flow management, and how to safely grow your business while maintaining a strong financial position. You’ll also learn how seemingly non-financial decisions can affect cash flow and profitability.

$195 per person. Presented by Wyoming Entrepreneur (part of the UW Small Business Development Center. Click here  for more information and to register. Hurry – space is limited.

 

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