Small business owners in Sacramento can attend nearby educational sessions
Some people are born to be entrepreneurs. Millionaires like Richard Branson, Mark Cuban and others dropped out of high school and college to start their own businesses, and thousands more have been very successful in creating innovative services. Many people relocate with their families to take advantage of different taxes and state laws, and sometimes they need to be trained in regional practices. If you are an innovator moving into homes for sale in Sacramento, several nearby institutions can help you get started in the world of small business.
The Northeast California Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is located north of the American River at 1410 Ethan Way in Arden-Arcade. On-site workshops offer classroom instruction in all aspects of running a small business, including finance, technical support and management. One-on-one consulting is also available by appointment, and experts can provide help with anything from business taxes to internet marketing.
If you need help on the print side of things, head over to Williams Writing and Editing at 5714 Folsom Boulevard #190. Here, language experts can help you craft brochures, newsletters and more to help establish a positive brand image, or simply to list information about services.