Workshops and Resources

Continued learning is key to success in business. We invite you to join us for any of our upcoming workshops!

The Enterprise Center at PathStone provides a series of annual business education workshops. These workshops, currently held online, feature speakers and subject-matter experts who are passionate about training business owners and entrepreneurs to launch or grow their business.

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Workshops

Money Talks

The dreaded ‘F’ word — finance. Whether you are a solopreneur, a business startup, or working to grow or diversify your business, money issues are always right there waiting to be conquered. This 4-part Money Talks series will change the way you perceive finance.

Money Talks covers topics such as personal finance and credit, financial organization and routines to keep good records, the satisfaction of financial independence, being your own boss, creating jobs, and leaving a legacy for your family.

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Tech Talks

Tech Talks is a virtual workshop series for existing entrepreneurs and small business owners who want to use technology to grow their business. Technology is ever-changing and has become more important to understand and utilize than ever before, however understanding and using technology and online tools can be intimidating and sometimes overwhelming.

We invite you to join our Tech Talks series that covers a range of online tools including social media, website development, and e-commerce.

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She Means Business

She Means Business is a virtual entrepreneurship training program designed to take women entrepreneurs through the steps and processes needed to succeed in business. The program takes women through the steps to go from ideation to launch, from recession to expansion and job creation.

Participants will have the benefit of complete wrap-around services and support from a diverse group of highly skilled staff and instructors singularly focused on your success.

Small Business Forum

Small business owners and solopreneurs often do not have the luxury of a sophisticated network of like-minded professionals or the money to pay for expert advice and assistance. Everyone has their own niche, ideas, and challenges — and it can be hard to know where to turn for trusted help and information.

#FridayForum is a Small Business Forum of online community of entrepreneurs who support and promote each other’s businesses, learn from and grow with their peers, and benefit from free expert advice and technical assistance.

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Government Contracting

PathStone (The Enterprise Center) provides technical assistance, financial solutions and business consulting tools that allow small and medium-sized companies in Puerto Rico to improve their opportunities to obtain contracts with government agencies at the federal and state level directly or subcontracted.

In our free program we cover topics related to the processes necessary to register in SAM, CAGE, identify the NAICS codes, obtain DUNS numbers and learn to search, evaluate and present proposals on existing tenders among other topics of great help for the growth of your business.

Are you ready to take the next step and take your business to another level?

Resources

Business Lending Resources

If you would like to conduct internet research about small business lending, we highly recommend visiting the Small Business Association (SBA) website at sba.gov. There you will find helpful ideas that will guide you through developing a business plan, figuring out what to consider when launching a business, support on how to manage your business finances, and tips for how to grow your business.

At The Enterprise Center at PathStone, we urge you to become thoroughly familiar with all these elements before seeking financing — particularly financing that is available over the internet. While there are responsible online lenders, there are also some who will seek to steer you into a loan that isn’t necessarily in your best interest. A Technical Assistance Provider, who isn’t trying to sell you a product, can help you assess if a loan that you are considering is in your best interest.

Business Development Resources