Making market research work for your business plan
Thursday, July 26 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
ATB Entrepreneur Centre, Lethbridge
47 more seats available
You’ve learned what goes into a business plan, but now the question is: how do you find that information? Market research can help you gain insight into your industry, competition, target market and more. It will help you create effective strategies to start your business right.
The Speaker: Angela Groeneveld, Business Facilitator, Business Link
Angela is passionate about seeing and seizing opportunities for entrepreneurs to increase their performance. As an entrepreneur herself, she has an extensive history of running small businesses in rural Alberta and British Columbia and generating results. From the Agriculture industry to the fashion industry and the health & wellness industry, she has firsthand knowledge of the things that can make businesses successful and the obstacles that can get in the way. Angela and her team won a prestige award for Canadian Franchise of the year with over 4000 applications and recently was part of a team winning one of Alberta’s Business Investment Attraction Awards. She loves putting her knowledge, passion and expertise into action to help businesses and their communities succeed through her presentations and coaching services.
Angela is professionally trained in Economic Development and coaching. Her PASSION is growing rural business communities. She lives with her husband and three kids south of Calgary on a ranch.
What to expect:
Please come prepared to learn and ask any questions you may have. These sessions are for YOU, so we want to make sure you are getting the most out of them. We also encourage you to connect with others in the room, share contacts, and build your network. We understand the impact that having a strong network can have an entrepreneur’s business, so take these sessions as an opportunity to expand yours. Please note: Lunch is not provided for this session.
Tags: business plan, market research
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