Nov. 14 - Workshop: Keys to Building a Successful Solo Business - Your Pricing Model - Considerations When Setting Your Price

Nov. 14 – Workshop: Keys to Building a Successful Solo Business – Your Pricing Model – Considerations When Setting Your Price

Keys to Building a Successful Solo Business.

Your Pricing Model- Considerations When Setting Your Price

Your business success depends on pricing right so that you make enough money. Your reputation is often determined by how much you charge. Many small businesses fail because they do not charge enough money. People become overworked, under paid, exhausted and demoralized- then quit. But this does not have to be. Proper pricing will give you enough money to not only make a profit but also to cover down time, health insurance, retirement, and savings- the marks of success. In this class we will complete some work sheets for the elements of creating the right price plus you will gain support for charging what you are worth. If you do not charge enough money, people do not think you are any good.
This class will be high energy, fun, interactive, and practical. You will learn skills you can use immediately as you create your encore business. Your instructor, Jackie B Peterson, is a national thought leaders on solopreneurship and will share many ideas, client stories and ideas for creating a viable solo enterprise.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 9 am to noon

at The Encorepreneur Cafe
1548 NE 15th Ave. Portland OR 97232

Participation in the workshop includes:
• Textbook “Better Smarter Richer” for Free
One month free rent at the Encorepreneur Cafe.

Better Smarter Richer

Workshop Fee: $30 for pre-registration ($35 at the door)

Contact: workshop@encorepreneurcafe.com

Upcoming Workshops by Jackie B. Peterson

Workshop: Keys to Building a Successful Solo Business – Understanding Your Target Market and How to Reach Them

Tuesday, December 12, 2017 9 am to noon

Instructor: Jackie B. Peterson

Jackie B. Peterson Profile

She has worked with small businesses and solopreneurs–including creative and encore entrepreneurs–for over 30 years. She’s an entrepreneur herself, working as a business adviser and CPA. She was honored to be named one of the 100 most powerful women in the Northwest and recently won the Portland Chamber of Commerce’s prestigious President’s Award in recognition of her years of working on behalf of the small business community. In addition to her independent consulting and small business coaching practice, she currently works as a strategic adviser/instructor for the Small Business Development Center of Portland Community College. Her book, Better, Smarter, Richer is currently used as curriculum in many of the center’s classes.

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