WWEE offering free business start-up classes

Washington Women’s Employment and Education (WWEE) is offering business start-up classes to low-income individuals.

WWEE, an affiliate of Washington Cash – an award winning non-profit organization devoted to self-sufficiency through self-employment – is offering Cash’s proven eight-week business training courses to low-income people.
The course covers: identifying business strengths, controlling costs, record keeping, determining selling price and planning the best ways to sell your product of service.

All the skills needed to get a business up and running plus step-by-step guidance through the process of writing a business plan will be discussed.

Upon completion of the training, participants can join one of the small business groups where they receive micro credit lending services, business coaching, technical assistance and peer support.

This series of evening classes begins on Feb. 26 and ends on April 16.
Information meetings for this class are Feb. 12 and Feb. 19, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on both days, at WWEE, 3516 S. 47th Street, Suite 205, Tacoma.

The program is free to qualifying individuals.