Helpful Resources at Bradley for Local Businesses

October 1, 2019

Bradley University's Illinois Small Business Development Center (ISBDC) is offering a number of events this October. The general public is welcome to take part in any of the following programs. 

Small Business Workshop
Thursday | October 3
3 - 5 p.m. | Pekin Public Library
ISBDC is offering a workshop, Starting a Business in Illinois. This workshop is co-sponsored by the Morton Community Bank and is free to the public; however, registration is required. Register online, email sabil@bradley.edu or call 309-677-2992.

Small Business Workshop
Thursday | October 10
3 - 5 p.m. | PeoriaNEXT Innovation Center
ISBDC is offering a workshop, Starting a Business in Illinois. This workshop is co-sponsored by the Morton Community Bank and is free to the public; however, registration is required to accommodate seating. Register online, email sabil@bradley.edu or call 309-677-2992.

Small Business Workshop
Thursday | October 24
3 - 5 p.m. | Fondulac Bank (East Peoria)
ISBDC is offering a workshop, Starting a Business in Illinois. This workshop is co-sponsored by the Morton Community Bank and is free to the public; however, registration is required to accommodate seating. Register online, email sabil@bradley.edu or call 309-677-2992.

Business Consulting Program
Now accepting applications until January 3
ISBDC is accepting applications from local businesses that would like to participate in a faculty-led, student-run Senior Consulting Project during Bradley's spring semester (January 22 - May 13). This service is provided at no charge. When a company needs help in the areas of marketing strategy, feasibility study, strategic growth plan, or launching a new product or service, the Senior Consulting Projects Program is a great option. To learn more and/or apply, visit  bradley.edu/consult or call 309-677-2992.

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