Wayland Economic Restructuring Committee Hosting Small Businesses Training Series

Wayland Main Street’s Economic Restructuring Committee (W.E.R.C.) will be hosting a five part small business training series designed for business owners looking to build legacy, retain talent, and grow wealth. The training titled “WERCshops: Legacy Series” will be presented by David Olson, Jr. and Nathan Morales of Principal Financial Group, a global investment leader and Fortune 500 company helping people and companies around the world build, protect, and advance their financial well-being with retirement, insurance, and asset management expertise. Workshop topics will include: introduction to financial wellness, attracting and retaining talent, employee benefits, addressing big challenges for growing your business, and converting business revenues into personal wealth. The event is FREE and open to the public. Downtown, home-based, and prospective business owners are all encouraged to attend. Seating is limited. The workshop series is scheduled to begin Tuesday, March 13 and will take place each Tuesday for five consecutive weeks. Guests can select to attend a specific week/training or the entire series. The event will be held weekly from 8:00am-9:00am at Jayda Gale Distillery; 152 S. Main Street, Wayland, MI 49348; breakfast is included with registration.  For more information or to register for the workshop, please visit www.downtownwayland.com/legacy

To register for the event visit: http://bit.ly/2CKiFai

Dates and Topics are listed below:

March 13 – Introduction to Financial Wellness

March 20 – Attract, Engage, Reward, and Retain Your Best Employees

March 27 – Starting with the End in Mind: Business Valuation, Buy-Sell Agreements, and Succession Planning

April 3 – Addressing Big Challenges for Your Growing Business

April 10 – Your Path to Financial Security and Converting Business Revenues into Personal Wealth.

The Wayland Economic Restructuring Committee (W.E.R.C.) is one of four committees making up Wayland’s Main Street program. W.E.R.C. is committed to strengthening Wayland’s existing economic base while also expanding and diversifying it. By helping existing businesses expand while recruiting new businesses to respond to today’s market, W.E.R.C. and the Main Street program help convert unused spaces into productive properties and sharpen the competitiveness of business enterprises. If you would like more information about this topic, please call Ingrid Miller at (888) 417-6653, or email ingrid.miller@downtownwayland.com


Author: Denise Behm

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