Free home business seminar set for Nov. 11

HAMLET — The Small Business Center of Richmond Community College will present a free workshop Tuesday, Nov. 11, centering around 100 businesses you can start at home.

Al Ward

Al Ward

With the ups and downs of the economy, the slicing of employer benefits and the frantic pace of life, many people are starting to turn their attention toward working from home. Being able to generate an income while still maintaining control over one’s life is no longer just an ideal — it is totally possible — but a fitting home business idea is the key. If you are having a hard time generating your own ideas, check out this seminar for a list of over 100 home business ideas.

When starting your first business, it’s not always the smartest idea to dive in head first, especially if you don’t have the money or expertise to dominate a brand-new industry. Luckily, there are great home-based businesses that can get you started toward a goal of improved income and more control in your life. This session delivers great ideas to begin the process of starting your business from home.

More than half of all U.S. businesses are now based out of an owner’s home, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Home-based businesses in the town, suburbs or on the farm can offer a net income that is as lucrative as office or factory jobs. Whether you are interested in gardening, crafts, DIY projects or personal service jobs, home based businesses offer the freedom to work from home at your own pace and to be your own boss. Come join us for a lively session that discusses not only what business to start, but also some great information on how to start your business.

Al Ward will lead the free session, which will be held from 9 a.m. until noon at the Cole Auditorium on the main campus of RCC. For more information, contact the Small Business Center at 910-410-1687.

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