Learn to Create a Plan to Start Your Dream Business in this Two-Part Seminar Series in January 2014

business-plan-chartAs a business owner it is important to understand that despite the explosion of technology, offerings and competition in the marketplace, you still need to be able to set yourself apart. You get so busy working in trying to have a successful business that you don’t spend enough time planning and building a business that is built off of your passion, core need in the marketplace and true value that your customers need. As a result of that, your business is never on solid ground and performance is not optimized.

In this “Part One – Creating a Plan to Start Your Dream Business” workshop, you will not be lectured at, you will fully immerse in a proven approach that has been leveraged by organizations that are the at the top of their industry to those that are just starting out. You will learn the process and gain the confidence you need to have a sustainable and profitable business that fulfills your dreams, while also creating the value your customers really want.

Join us on Thursday, January 23rd at 8:30am for networking and a light breakfast followed by part one of this two-part interactive business series, “Building Your Business Dreams” presented by Jack Gottlieb, President of the Total Solutions Group. The seminar will be held at First Financial’s Corporate Office located at 1800, Rt. 34 North, Building 3, Suite 302, Wall, NJ. Space is limited – register below.

Register Now!Jack Gottlieb is the President of The Total Solutions Group, Inc. a strategic consulting, training and coaching firm committed to driving a sustainable increase to an organization’s results, value proposition and culture. Jack brings 14 years of proven high level success along with the collective capability of his team and advisory board. Jack has also been one of the highest ranked speakers at various state wide SHRM (Society of Human Resource Managers) Annual Conferences as well as the New Jersey Organizational Development Annual Conferences for the past 7 years. Jack also serves on the Executive Board Collegiate Empowerment which is an educational firm committed to driving systemic change and impact for Colleges and Universities. Jack also is actively involved with two universities. The first is Kutztown University where he is one of the key leaders of the College of Business Advisory Board to support their efforts in further development and expansion. The second is with Rider University with their Center for the Development of Leadership Skills.

*Please note that this seminar is free of charge for First Financial members to attend. The seminar is open to non-members of the credit union to register and attend, however a $15 fee payable by check or cash will be collected at the seminar and credit union membership will be confirmed for all in attendance at the seminar. Should a non-member wish to become a First Financial member after attending the seminar, $5 will fund their membership deposit and be kept in their base savings account upon membership opening, and the other $10 will go to the First Financial Foundation for scholarships and classroom grants.

7 thoughts on “Learn to Create a Plan to Start Your Dream Business in this Two-Part Seminar Series in January 2014

  1. Does one need to have a business already in mind? Or just general info? Please advise.

    Debbie Caffyn 732-668-9491 Only two defining forces have ever died for you: 1) Jesus Christ and 2) the American GI. One died for your soul; the other for your freedom.

    • Hi Debbie, thank you for reaching out to us. You do not need to have a business in order to attend the seminar, it is strictly informational and anyone can attend. If you have any other questions, please let us know. Thank you!

  2. Can you tell me what time it is over and when part 2 is? Also, I am a FFFCU member but my son wants to attend. Will he be free?

    • Hi Chris – Thank you for reaching out to us. The seminar should end around 10:30am and part 2 will be held on Thursday, 2/13. Unfortunately, if your son is not a member of First Financial he will have to pay $15 but if he decides to become a member, $5 will fund his membership deposit and will be kept in his base savings account upon membership opening, and the other $10 will go to the First Financial Foundation for scholarships and classroom grants. If you have any other questions, please let us know!

  3. Hi All,
    Is there any possibility this seminar will be published on YouTube or another medium, and made available for individuals like myself who would dearly love to attend but can’t because of workload and time constraints? I hate the idea of losing out on this valuable information!
    ….Elle

    • Hi Elle, a few days after the seminar we will be posting a summary blog post of all the important highlights. We will also be live tweeting the event on Twitter (@NJBanking) where you can follow along with us Thursday morning! If you have any other questions, please let us know. Thank you.

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