Walton College Executive Education Offers Small Business Classes in Bentonville for Entrepreneurs
The Executive Education program at the Sam M. Walton College of Business now offers small business classes in Bentonville, including a Small Business Success Series certificate program for local entrepreneurs.
Upcoming programs focus on lessons learned by experienced business professionals and the core business knowledge of local startups.
The Discover Outdoor Rec: Small Business Success Series focuses on core business topics geared toward entrepreneurs. The program consists of five programs covering key areas of information. Courses can be taken individually or can be completed for a certificate. All course material is tailored to the needs of the cohort.
The five classes include:
- What You Didn't Know That You Didn't Know About Starting Your Own Business (registration closed)
- Legal for Small Business (registration closed)
- Cost Accounting and Cash Flow, Tuesday, July 27, 3-7 p.m.
- Growth Strategy, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 3-7 p.m.
- HR and Management, Tuesday, Aug. 10, 3-7 p.m.
The Small Business Success Series certificate program will be hosted Tuesday evenings beginning July 13 through Aug 10, 3-7 p.m., at 702 SE 5th Street, Suite 46, in Bentonville. Dinner and beverages will be provided.
Through customized programs and open enrollment courses, Walton College Executive Education meets the business education needs of companies and non-profit organizations throughout the state of Arkansas with locations in Fayetteville, Little Rock and now Bentonville.
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