SMALL BUSINESS TRAINING

Community Futures Northwest Alberta is pleased to announce an entrepreneurship training partnership with GoForth Institute, leaders in small business training. GoForth Institute’s innovative entrepreneurship and small business education is now available to Community Futures clients who are looking to bolster their understanding of how to start, run or grow a profitable business. Learn GoForth Institute’s 100 Essential Small Business Skills™ in only 10 hours conveniently delivered to your computer through HD video. Each module is delivered by an expert in their field of business – marketing, law, accounting, finance, human resources, strategy, marketing research, operations and government compliance.  Learn vital skills such as:

  • How to find new markets and more customers
  • How to run a more profitable company
  • How to develop a winning marketing and social media strategy
  • How to prepare your financial records
  • +96 more skills.

You'll get thirty 20 minute web video lessons - plus downloadable lesson summaries, PowerPoint™ slides, and e-mail your instructor function. The best part is you won’t have to leave the convenience of your home or office – all you need is a computer with high speed internet access – and you’re ready to learn! GoForth Institute’s 10 hours of web video education for entrepreneurs costs $295 + taxes.

To see a sample, click here: Video Lesson Sample.

To purchase, click here:  GoForth Institute’s Small Business Training.

For more information, please call or visit your Community Futures office.

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SMALL BUSINESS LOANS

COMMUNITIES WITHIN CF NORTHWEST ALBERTA'S REGION

La Crete

High Level

Fort Vermilion

Rainbow Lake

Little Red River First Nation

Tall Cree First Nation

Beaver First Nation

Dene Tha First Nation

Paddle Prairie First Nation

Zama

The Community Futures Northwest Alberta office may provide business advisory and technical services to small businesses and potential entrepreneurs in the CF region.  These services can include (but are not limited to):

Access to business loans:

  • Commercial loans normally up to $150,000
  • Disabled entrepreneur loans up to $150,000

Business Services including:

  • Assisting with Business Planning and analysis
  • Review of Cash flow and Financial Projections.
  • Facilitate Marketing plans and market research.
  • General business counseling.
  • Access to community profile and industry information and statistics.
  • Licensing and regulatory information Referral information

Entrepreneurial training programs.

Business venture assessment and marketing analysis.

 


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