Entrepreneur trainings

Nov
29

9:30am-12pm How to Start a Food Business from the City of Toronto Economic Development Division in partnership with Enterprise Toronto at North York Civic Centre, Lower Level, Committee Room 3, 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto

Got an idea about starting a food business? Want to learn more before you "venture" into a food business? Looking to find out how to search for a licensed industrial kitchen in Toronto, that can help you get your venture off the ground? Or just got a delicious recipe you eventually want to cook up into a money- making business? Then be sure to attend this valuable morning workshop on "How to Start a Food Business"

To Register Contact: Mr. Michael Wolfson at 416-392-3830 or email at mwolfso@toronto.caOnline Registration: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2349260702

10-11:30am: Your Ideal Client: Who They Are, And How to Attract Them, Enterprise Toronto, Toronto City Hall 100 Queen St. West, 2nd Floor Committee Room 3
Do you know which of your clients get the most value out of your services? Why do some keep coming back while others complain and ask for a discount? If you don’t know who your ideal client is, you chase after the clients who are not the right fit for you, and neither you nor they will get the best value out of the relationship. In this informative and interactive seminar, you will learn how to recognize your ideal client and create an environment that attracts and retains them.
Presented by: Olga Brouckova, OB4innovation Inc
Register online: www.enterprisetoronto.com OR please leave us a message at (416) 395-7416
*Note we will not be returning calls unless there are cancellations
** Please check our website 24 hours before your seminar date for any room changes

6-8PM: Growing Business the Food Way - Innovating Start-ups from Across the Food System, Wilson Lounge at New College U of T, 40 Wilcocks St.

Join us for the next joint Toronto Youth Food Policy Council/TFPC Community Meeting and Panel on Food Startups in Toronto. When: December 3rd, 2012 at 6-8pm (with snacks starting at 5:30pm) Starting at 6 pm: Bryan Gilvesy of YU Ranch, keynote presentation, and time for a Q&A We have some great panelists involved in food businesses in Toronto that will be joining us for this event, like Matt Basile from Fidel Gastro, Seema Pabari from Tiffinday, Erica Lemieux from City Seed Farms, and Leila Timmins of GathererTO!

We hope you can join us! Facebook event: https://www.fac​ebook.com/event​s/1301187571416​98

Tuesday December 4th

7PM-9PM: Foodie Drinks - Etobicoke edition! at The Longest Yard, 313 Bloor St West

Wednesday December 5th

10-11:30am: Managing Your Cash Flow, Enterprise Toronto, North York Civic Centre 5100 Yonge St. Lower Level Committee Room 3  
One of the main challenges for any small business owner is managing cash flow. Many businesses are actually profitable but poor cash flow chokes their ability to operate. In this "hands on" workshop we will walk you through real world examples and practical tips that will help you maximize your cash flow, minimize the need to borrow and ensure you are taking full advantage of the cash flow cycle.
Presented By: Sera, Schipani, TD Canada Trust, Small Business Banking
Register online: www.enterprisetoronto.com OR please leave us a message at (416) 395-7416
*Note we will not be returning calls unless there are cancellations
** Please check our website 24 hours before your seminar date for any room changes