Learn The Key Financial Steps For Your Small Business From Start-Up to Operations
In this free workshop, you’ll cover the major elements of
small business finances that insure success from start-up planning to establishing relationships with financial institutions. Areas highlighted will include the value of key documents such as a business plan, financial statements, and resources available to small business. This workshop is interactive incorporating participant experiences.
Sponsored By Essex Savings Bank
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About SCORE Workshop Presenter Michael Del Vecchio
Mike currently counsels SCORE clients in Madison. His
background includes starting several business consulting firms, working at Price Waterhouse in New York City, and reaching the level of Chief Technical Officer for a large insurance corporation. He is a professional project manager and has experience working with merger/acquisition teams, developing strategic plans, executing large financial systems projects, and managing mid-sized organizations. He is also an experienced technical trainer. Mike is retired from business and is actively engaged in volunteer activities serving as a member of the Board of Directors at WFC in Meriden, where he is active on the Audit Committee, and tutoring high school students in physics, chemistry, and mathematics. He has prior experience as a member of several boards of directors for non-profits including start-ups.
About Essex Savings Bank
Essex Savings Bank is an FDIC insured, state chartered,
mutual savings bank established in 1851. The Bank serves the Connecticut River Valley and shoreline with offices in Essex, Madison, Old Lyme, and Old Saybrook.
For more information go to http://essexsavings.com/.
SCORE® "Counselors to America's Small Business"
is a nonprofit association dedicated to the success of small business in America offering free and confidential advice on starting your own business or improving and growing your existing small business. All of our 40 counselors in
Southeast Connecticut are volunteers, receive no compensation, and are working or retired business owners, executives, and managers who offer a wealth of
information and insights on a wide variety of business problems. SCORE’s seven counseling sites in Southeast Connecticut cover from Mystic to Guilford and north to
Norwich. For more information on upcoming workshops and free small business counseling, visit www.southeasternctscore.org.
SCORE was founded in 1964 and is a resource partner with the U.S Small Business Administration (SBA). SCORE has 370 chapters in locations throughout the United States and its territories, with 11,200 volunteers nationwide. Visit the national SCORE website at www.score.org .