Sue Falcone, owner of “Simply” Sue Speaks! is a true Entrepreneur! Even before the title was made known or we knew how to say or spell the title, Sue had the spirit of being a pioneer in her corporate America world with AT&T!
As an overcomer from birth, Sue knows what it takes to not only survive but thrive in surrounding situations where most would give up! Now with over 40 years of experience, Sue has a company where she represents others who too have become the experts in their fields as Entrepreneurs!
Together with a common goal of wanting to help others become the best they can be, they have developed a 5 part Entrepreneurship Certification Series! Challenged by the Small Business Director of Alamance Community College, Ervin Allen, to provide a series of 5 workshops to introduce future entrepreneurs to the major core aspects of starting, funding, operating, and managing a small business successfully, and receive a CEU Certificate upon completion; Sue and her team of presenters, Barbara Hemphill, Carol Caffarel, and Debbie Wright, set to work.
With a combined experience of over 100 years, and nationally known presenters who are experts in their field, we are honored to offer the pilot of this Entrepreneurship Certificate Series at the Small Business Center of Alamance Community College, Burlington, N.C.
It begins on Thursday, January 16, and runs through February 20, 2014. Normally the fee would be $595 per person to attend, but it is being offered to the public FREE of charge due to special funding arrangements for the Small Business Center of Alamance Community College, and the presenters who are provided by “Simply” Sue Speaks!
Pre-registration is required for this series as seating is limited, and is very easy to do. Call Brenda Brower at (336) 506-4311 or email her at email@example.com. You can also find this information and more details about the series through the attached flyer, or go to the website http://bit.ly/1iJorwH where you can also see videos from each of the presenters giving you a special invitation to join them for this series.
Our thanks and appreciation go to Ervin Allen, Director of the Small Business Center at Alamance Community College, and to Brenda Brower, for all their hard work and vision to make this a reality, and with videos too!
We hope you will be encouraged as you begin a new venture and attend this series, and for those of you who have already started on your journey as an Entrepreneur we applaud you and urge you to never give up, and help us spread the word to those who need to begin!
Happy New “YOU” Year,