Free library series to teach money management | Business
Small business classes at area libraries
Madison Public Library and Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corp. are planning a financial and business planning class series beginning Feb. 28.
The first session will focus on business plan research including how to learn key facts about a potential market. "Researching Your Business Idea" will be offered at the Verona Public Library on Silence Street Feb. 28 from 6-8 p.m. and at Pinney Library on Cottage Grove Road May 30.
Organizers described market research as a systematic, objective collection and analysis of data about a particular target market, competition and environment. Attendees will learn what a local library can offer in gathering market information and the materials, magazines, association directories and other references that can help.
A personal business-focused class on March 21 will focus on legal documents for estate planning. The two-hour session beginning at 6 p.m. at the Sequoya Library on Tokay Boulevard will teach key elements of the process.
Other free classes in the series will touch on technologies for small businesses and money management.
Find more on the series online at the Madison Public Library website.
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