North Central Idaho SBDC Sets Four Workshops for March

North Central Idaho SBDC Sets Four Workshops for March

LEWISTON, Idaho – Workshops on cash flow projections, website content and how to write a value proposition message and a business plan are the March offerings by the North Central Idaho Small Business Development Center at Lewis-Clark State College.

The first workshop is “Write Your Value Proposition Message and Pitch Now” and will be held on March 13 at 9-11 a.m. at the North Central Idaho SBDC office, located at 406 Main St. in Lewiston. The workshop will be taught by Barbara Leachman, the director of the North Central Idaho SBDC, and has a $25 registration fee. The workshop will cover how to utilize the business and value proposition canvas to develop a sales or investor pitch.

On March 20, the workshop “Make Your Cash Flow Projection” will be held at 9-11:30 a.m., also at the North Central Idaho SBDC office. Participants are asked to bring their projected numbers and will be shown how to turn them into financial information for lenders, team, and decision makers. Computers will be used to create spreadsheet templates to enter sales, expenses, and loans, along with a cash flow projection. Leachman will lead the workshop, which has a $25 fee.

A workshop on “Website Content and SEO” will be held at 1-3 p.m. on March 25 at the Grangeville Adult Learning Center, located at 158 E. Main, Suite 4 in Grangeville. Leachman will show how to improve website content for search engines to find and for building trust with the customer. How to use maps, social media and affordable marketing will also be covered. The workshop has a $30 fee.

The final workshop is “Write Your Business Plan Now” and will be held on March 27 at 9-11:30 a.m. at the North Central Idaho SBDC office. The fee is $25 and the workshop will be taught by Leachman. The workshop will help attendees write a business plan that will help with starting, buying, selling, growing, and raising capital for a business as part of a 10-step process.

Pre-registration is required for the workshops. To pre-register or for more information for any of the workshops call 208-792-2465, email, or visit the website

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