June Classes with BCCC's Small Business Center | Eastern North Carolina Now | Join representatives from the Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses at the NC Department of Administration to learn about the process of becoming HUB Certified and the best way your business can leverage that certification for public sector contracting opportunities.

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    Click on the links below to learn more about the classes offered!

    Customer Service for Your Business - June 9

    Easy Steps to Podcasting - Your Own Web-Based Radio Show for Business - June 14

    Seated, three-part series in Belhaven @ Belhaven Civic Center

    Introduction to Grant Writing - June 27

    How to Prepare a Funding Application - June 27

    How to Manage and Evaluate an Awarded Grant - June 28

    Statewide webinar through the SBC Network

    Obtaining HUB Certification To Get Ready for Round 3 of RETOOLNC (Online) - June 9 (webinar - see associated flyer attached)

    Come and learn!

    Obtaining HUB Certification to Get Ready for Round 3 of RETOOLNC- Online Join representatives from the Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses at the NC Department of Administration to learn about the process of becoming HUB Certified and the best way your business can leverage that certification for public sector contracting opportunities. This session will be offered as an online webinar. Register today!

    Location: Online

    Date: Thursday, June 9, 2022

    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    To Register: https://www.ncsbc.net/workshop.aspx?ekey=590420069


   Contact: Lentz Stowe
   Director, Small Business Center @ BCCC
   5337 Highway 264 East
   Phone: 252-940-6306
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