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Mentoring Programs

Access to Professionals

Are you looking for business legal, accounting or marketing advice? Well, with the Access to Professionals series you can meet with a Lawyer, Accountant or a Marketing Professional for a 45 minute one on one meeting for $28.25 (including HST).

Upcoming 2016 Dates:

Access to Accountant
June 8 1:00pm-3:15pm
Access to Marketing
June 8 9:45am-12:00pm
Access to Insurance
 June 9  10:15am-12pm
Access to Lawyer
June session is full n/a

Please note that a $28.25 (including HST) non-refundable deposit (payable by Visa, M/C, debit or cash) is due at the time of booking.

To sign up for an appointment during one of the listed sessions, please contact: SBEC at mail@hamiltonsmallbusiness.ca or by phone at (905) 540-6400.

Please note – sessions will conclude in June and start again in September 2016, please continue to watch the website for new dates and mentoring sessions.

 

Our “Access to Professionals” business clinics are presented in partnership with:

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Business Advisory Group

BAG is a not-for-profit incorporated organization of business persons, senior managers and professionals, working together as volunteers. Since 1984, Business Advisory Group (BAG) and its predecessors have assisted over 700 clients to improve their businesses by helping to achieve:

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  • Increased Sales
  • Improved Cash Flow and Financing
  • Expansion of Product/Services/Markets
  • Business, Marketing and Succession Plans
  • Improved Management Control and Reporting

We work with both start-up and active businesses.
Best of all, BAG is a volunteer organization where members offer their time and expertise without compensation. The only cost to clients is some time and a $150.00 fee to cover BAG’s administration expenses.
www.smallbusinessadvisory.com

For more information please call: 905-381-1999

 

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