You can learn the basics of how to run a business as well as what part your company plays in the economic development of your community at a week-long conference in San Diego.
Sponsored by the College of Business Administration and the College of Extended Studies at San Diego State University, the Community Economic Development National Institute will be held April 3-10 at the university. Open to those interested in economic development, courses include accounting, marketing, small-business development, business law and management.
In addition, entrepreneurs will learn how communities are organized economically, where to find nontraditional sources of capital and what other types of opportunities are available to small businesses.
You can attend the conference for $895. The deadline to register is March 1. For more information, call (619) 594-6437.