Register now for Business Plan Bootcamp March 17

 

Want to know what should go into a winning business plan? What impresses investors -- and what turns them off? Whether you are planning to enter the Miami Herald Business Plan Challenge or want to refine a short business plan you already have, the free Miami Herald Business Plan Bootcamp next month will help.

Our panel of experts -- all Business Plan Challenge judges with years of experience in business planning and capital raising -- will provide tips, investor insights and question-and-answer time. The Business Plan Bootcamp will be 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. March 17 at Miami Dade College, Wolfson campus, auditorium Rm 1261, Building 1. Register directly  here or go to the event page at  https://extra.herald.com/events/ and click on the Business Plan Challenge logo.

Nancy Dahlberg

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