Have a great idea?
This exciting six-week class will help you develop a product or service from start to finish! Local CCE Educators Mariane Kiraly, David Cox, Nicole Tommell and Jim Barber have partnered to offer “To Market, To Market,” a six-part series to be held virtually and in-person at five regional locations to make your learning experience comfortable, safe, and flexible. Participants will learn how to develop and screen an idea, analyze current trends, develop a budget, consider cash flow, determine pricing, manage marketing and distribution, access funding, test a prototype, consider legalities, manage risk, navigate regulations, and much more. A logical, process-oriented curriculum will lead to dynamic business plans that create new economic opportunities in the region.
This series will run Tuesdays, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27 and Nov. 3 and 10, 9:00 a.m.–noon. We hope that most will attend virtually as space is limited at each association meeting room at Hamden, Cooperstown, Cobleskill, Norwich, and Binghamton, to allow for social distancing.
The cost is $25 per person for entire series. Bring your own snacks and drinks.
Pre-registration is required at ccedelaware.org. “To Market, To Market” is supported by the Chobani Community Impact Fund at the Community Foundation for South Central New York.
Register at: https://pub.cce.cornell.edu/event_reg…/…/events_landing.cfm…
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