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A yellow green background with thin black lines going horizontal and vertical to make a checkered line. There are logos at the top left. One is a blue and red SBDC logo, and then the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership in white and black, and the SBA Small Business Administration in red and blue. On the top right is the Kirkwood Public Library logo in red and black. The text reads, "Demystifying small business Financial Statements". Three bullet points are below and says, "Review income statment, cash flow, balance sheet" "Review revenue, expenses, assets, liabilities, equity" and "Translate business strategy to financial forecast". In bold letters below it says Wed April 10th at 1PM. There is a photo to the right that has a person looking over financial statements, they are hunched over them at a table reading. They are wearing a button down shirt, you cannot see their face, just their body. At the bottom is an SBA logo, Next to that in very small print it reads, "The Missouri SBDC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Colleen Mulvihill at cmulvihill@stlpartnership.com or 314-615-7694.""

Demystifying Small Business Financial Statements Presented by the SBDC

In this session we will: review purpose and structure of the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement. Review key terms like revenue, expenses, assets, liabilities, and equity. Overview how to translate your business strategy into a financial forecast. Registration is recommended to receive updates about meeting changes, and…

Tall dark blue text at the top reads "business Planning" with smaller cursive writing of "workshop series" below. There are two columns below the text. To the left is an image of two people with a magnifying glass next to a stack of oversized papers that say "Proposal". On the right is a green box with dark blue text that says "master the essentials and execute your vision." The below that it reads, "Lay the groundwork for a complete business plan, understand financials, and outline an execution plan." "Jan 10th | Strategic Foundation" with a blue checkmark next to it. "Feb 14th | Financial Mastery" with a blue checkmark next to it. "Mar 13th | Plan to Execute" with a blue checkmark next to it. In a green box it says "Attend the whole series or one session" and then below that it says "All sessions start at 1PM. and kirkwoodpubliclibrary.org" There are logos below the image on the left. One is a blue and red SBDC logo, and then the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership in white and black, and the SBA Small Business Administration in red and blue. Below that in very small print it reads, "The Missouri SBDC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Colleen Mulvihill at cmulvihill@stlpartnership.com or 314-615-7694."

Business Planning Workshop Series: Master the Essentials and Execute Your Vision Part 3 Presented by the SBDC

Plan to Execute:  Outline your execution plan, including Marketing & Sales, Operations, and Milestones and Metrics. In this session we’ll talk about designing your execution section, bringing it all together in an Executive Summary, and crafting a compelling pitch. Registration is recommended to receive updates about meeting changes, and required…

Tall dark blue text at the top reads "business Planning" with smaller cursive writing of "workshop series" below. There are two columns below the text. To the left is an image of two people with a magnifying glass next to a stack of oversized papers that say "Proposal". On the right is a green box with dark blue text that says "master the essentials and execute your vision." The below that it reads, "Lay the groundwork for a complete business plan, understand financials, and outline an execution plan." "Jan 10th | Strategic Foundation" with a blue checkmark next to it. "Feb 14th | Financial Mastery" with a blue checkmark next to it. "Mar 13th | Plan to Execute" with a blue checkmark next to it. In a green box it says "Attend the whole series or one session" and then below that it says "All sessions start at 1PM. and kirkwoodpubliclibrary.org" There are logos below the image on the left. One is a blue and red SBDC logo, and then the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership in white and black, and the SBA Small Business Administration in red and blue. Below that in very small print it reads, "The Missouri SBDC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Colleen Mulvihill at cmulvihill@stlpartnership.com or 314-615-7694."

Business Planning Workshop Series: Master the Essentials and Execute Your Vision Part 2 Presented by the SBDC

Financial Mastery: We’ll dive into the financial section of your plan, with a review of start-up costs, budgeting, financial forecasting, key assumptions, sources and uses of funds. In this session you will gain a grasp of financial planning essentials and review Projected Profit and Loss Statements, Balance Sheets, and Cash…

Tall dark blue text at the top reads "business Planning" with smaller cursive writing of "workshop series" below. There are two columns below the text. To the left is an image of two people with a magnifying glass next to a stack of oversized papers that say "Proposal". On the right is a green box with dark blue text that says "master the essentials and execute your vision." The below that it reads, "Lay the groundwork for a complete business plan, understand financials, and outline an execution plan." "Jan 10th | Strategic Foundation" with a blue checkmark next to it. "Feb 14th | Financial Mastery" with a blue checkmark next to it. "Mar 13th | Plan to Execute" with a blue checkmark next to it. In a green box it says "Attend the whole series or one session" and then below that it says "All sessions start at 1PM. and kirkwoodpubliclibrary.org" There are logos below the image on the left. One is a blue and red SBDC logo, and then the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership in white and black, and the SBA Small Business Administration in red and blue. Below that in very small print it reads, "The Missouri SBDC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Colleen Mulvihill at cmulvihill@stlpartnership.com or 314-615-7694."

Business Planning Workshop Series: Master the Essentials and Execute Your Vision Part 1 Presented by the SBDC

Strategic Foundation: We’ll lay the groundwork for a complete business plan, starting with a solid Business Description and defining your Market & Customers section. In this session you’ll learn to craft a clear description of your product/service, relay your unique value proposition, define your target customer segments and assess market…

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Virtual Legal Clinic for Small Businesses

If you’re just starting out in the business or nonprofit world and have questions for a lawyer, we’re hosting a legal clinic! Available by appointment, this virtual event will take place on zoom where you’ll meet one-on-one with a lawyer in a 30 minute session. Registration is required in order…

A beige background with a dark red and darker beige squiggle in the corner. It says in black letters across the top "Planning for your business" then below are two images side by side. The first is an image of a page that says "business plan" with a pen on top next to a cup of coffee with milk in it. The second image is a hand of a person in a white shirt writing on some business papers with graphs & charts. Underneath it says, "February 22nd 7pm." The red and white Kirkwood public library logo is in the bottom right hand corner. It says "Discover More"

Planning for Your Business

Find out what resources are available to help you fill in the gaps on your business plan. Need marketing data? What about figuring out where your business will be in five years? We’ll show you the tools you need to succeed. Registration is recommended to receive updates about meeting changes,…

A gavel sits on a desk with books behind it and a justice scale. Text Reads on a cream colored box, "Meet with a Lawyer Virtual Session. Get Your Legal ?s Answered. One-on-One Sessions | 30 Minutes Each Visit kirkwoodpubliclibrary.org/events for more details" There is a red logo in the upper left hand corner that reads "Kirkwood Public LIbrary. Discover More"

Virtual Legal Clinic for Small Businesses

If you’re just starting out in the business or nonprofit world and have questions for a lawyer, we’re hosting a legal clinic! Available by appointment, this virtual event will take place on zoom where you’ll meet one-on-one with a lawyer in a 30 minute session. Registration is required in order…

A blue background image with a circular photo to the right and text on the left. In the photo is a woman in an office with charts and graphs on her computer. She is presenting the information and wearing a suit. The text reads, "Business Model Canvas. Value Propositions and Customer Segments. There are logos across the top. One is the Kirkwood public library logo in red and black, the next is a blue and red SBDC logo, and then the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership in white and black, and the SBA Small Business Administration in red and blue. Below that in very small print it reads, "The Missouri SBDC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Colleen Mulvihill at cmulvihill@stlpartnership.com or 314-615-7694."

Business Model Canvas: Value Propositions and Customer Segments Presented by the SBDC

We’ll review the Business Model Canvas and focus on defining your value propositions and customer segments. Customer Discovery is the cornerstone of the Business Model Canvas Let’s Discover How the Business Model Canvas can help direct your efforts and harness your vision How to define your most profitable and preferred…

Image of a woman in a yellow tshirt on a yellow background pointing to the print. The print says, "Thurs oct 19th at 1PM. Marketing Mix Basics: 5 Things You need to Know." There are logos across the top. One is the Kirkwood public library logo in red and black, the next is a blue and red SBDC logo, and then the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership in white and black, and the SBA Small Business Administration in red and blue. Below that in very small print it reads, "The Missouri SBDC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Colleen Mulvihill at cmulvihill@stlpartnership.com or 314-615-7694."

Marketing Mix Basics: 5 Things You Need To Know Presented by the SBDC

We’ll review Marketing Basics, with a focus on Social Media Marketing. We’ll start with how to define your WHY? by creating a clear objective and goals for a given marketing project. The 5 Things: WHO you’re talking to WHAT message you want to relay WHEN to say it WHERE to…

Image of a woman showing a business chart and kicking her foot up against a grid background in peach. The orange text says, "You have a great business idea! Now what? Wednesday Sept 13th at 1PM." There are logos across the top. One is the Kirkwood public library logo in red and black, the next is a blue and red SBDC logo, and then the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership in white and black, and the SBA Small Business Administration in red and blue.

You Have a Great Business Idea! Now What? by the SBDC

What are the first steps, to plan, test, and execute your great business idea? We’ll explore the first steps in designing your Business Model Canvas. What’s your big vision? How do you move from big idea to a step-by-step, implementable plan? Discussion topics: Are you a Big Picture Thinker or…

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