Business Center Newsletter
A new season is upon us here at the Business Center, and we have some interesting programs coming up in the Fall and early Winter months.
We’re excited about some new partnerships with companies and organizations. First, we have partnered with AXA Advisors, a large national financial advisory company. They have offered to present on financial topics for free and without obligation. The program they are presenting, October 14th at 6:00pm, will pertain to retirement options for finding the best solution to a successful retirement. Brian Namnum, of the Baltimore office will be the presenter. Bring all of your questions!
Another new partner is SOFA, or Society of Financial Awareness, a national financial literacy organization. Tim Baker, the President of the Baltimore Office, will be making two presentations: On November 4, the topic will be on Identity Theft, and on December 9th he will be presenting on “Financial Blunders,” financial mistakes we make repeatedly. Both programs will be in the Poe Room from 6 – 7:15 pm. Look for more details in our calendar.
The Business Center is offering our perennial Research Your Business Plan at Pratt program this Fall. According to our new format, we will be doing this program in two parts, as there is a lot of information, and we have found that it’s too much to cover in a one-hour time span. The dates are November, 17th from 6:00 to 7:15pm and December 17th from 6:00 to 7:15pm. Both programs will be in the Poe Room at the Central Library. Hope to see you there, and tell your friends!
The Business Center wants to pass on this volunteer opportunity invitation from our partner, Baltimore CASH. Please consider:
Join the nonprofit Baltimore CASH Campaign and the Central Library by volunteering to help low income families build assets, savings, and hope at tax time. Become an IRS certified Tax Volunteer to prepare free tax returns for families or a Financial Resource Volunteer to connect them to resources that help families boost their financial security. Training starts January 2015, contact Sharon at 410-234-2804 or email@example.com for more information.
Business Center at the Enoch Pratt Free Library/State Library Resource Center
The Business Center at EPFL/SLRC provides materials and services to the small business owner and budding entrepreneurs,
people interested in budgeting, investing, and real estate, and for those interested in honing their management and business skills.
We are happy to provide free access to these materials. If you have questions please call 410-396-5317 or email firstname.lastname@example.org