Registration Form . The NxLeveL™ WHEN : NxLeveL™ Agriculture The course will run for three 2-day sessions: Entrepreneurial Training Session I: November 13 & 14 Program was developed by Session II: November 27 & 28 Session III: December 11 & 12 First MI Last the Western Entrepreneurial Network at the University of Day 1 of each session begins at 1:00 p.m. and Colorado at Denver under a ends at 7:00 p m. Dinner is provided. grant from the US West Day 2 of each session begins at 8:00 a.m. and Foundation. ends at 12:00 p.m. Breakfast is provided. Partner or attending spouse WHERE: All sessions will be held at Cornell Cooperative Extension – Suffolk County, 423 Griffing Avenue, Suite 100, Co mpany ABO UT THE S PEAKERS Instructor: Riverhead, NY 11901-3071 BOB WEYBRIGHT has an MBA in new and small business management and 32 years of experience in the COST: $300 per first time registrant food service industry. His expertise includes working The course costs $600 per registrant to Address with med iu m and small-scale specialty food businesses administer, however, sponsors are subsidizing to develop business plans and market ing strategies. this fee. Spouses and partners are encouraged Currently he is the Ag Issue Leader with CCE in to attend at a reduced rate of $225. Dutchess Co. This is his 6th presentation of NxLeveL™ Those who are attendi ng for a refresher City State Zip Tilling the Soil of Opportunity. will be charged for meals onl y. Please call Cheryl Leach (315-787-2622) for cost. Guest S peakers include : Ral ph Freeman has worked as a floriculture business REGISTRATION: ( ) ( ) specialist for 35 years. Since 2002 he has been a farm Seating for the co mplete course is limited and Phone Ho me Work financial consultant with FarmNet. will be made on first come, first-serve basis. No books will be mailed after November 5th . Steve Weir, Vice President, First Pioneer Farm Credit Charleen Hei dt has more than 24 years of experience Lodging information will be provided upon Email in the marketing of products and services. The results registration. of her studies have been cited in The Wall Street Registration fee: # attending ______ Journal, the New Yo rk Times, Forbes, and the FOR MORE INFORMATION _______@ $300 = ______ Washington Post. Please contact: _______@ $225 = ______ Dale Moyer Total = ______ Jennifer Halsey Dupree, Owner/Manager with Milk Suffolk Co.- Cornell Cooperative Extension (Includes books, 3 dinners, 3 b reakfasts. Lodging Pail, LLC. Farm, Orchard, Greenhouse. 631-727-7850 ex.324 not included.) email@example.com Please state dietary requirements. Kevin Cantwell, Agriculture Insurance Agent, Farm Register and pay by credit card online: Family Insurance Cheryl Leach https://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/events/home.php NYSAES/Co rnell University William B ates, Attorney at Law, Riverhead. 315-787-2622 firstname.lastname@example.org If paying by check please contact Cheryl Leach to register. Thank you. Geneva, NY 14456-0462 630 W. North Street Food Research Lab NYSAES/Cornell University Cheryl Leach ABOUT THE COURSE: Tilling the Soil of Opportunity is a business -training course using NxLeveL™ curriculu m. Each attendee will leave with a co mprehensive business plan to act as a blueprint for future growth. Tilling t he S oil of At each session guest speakers such as small Opportunit y business attorneys, bankers, insurance agents, and market ing consultants, all with experience in serving the farming co mmunity will be available for A practical training using NxLeveL™ Agricultural consultation. Entrepreneurship Curriculum & Topic Tit les: Taking Stock of your resources Refresher information for NxLeveL™ alumni Business concept, mission and goals Legal structure of business – regulation, in three sessions: contracts and leases November 13 & 14, 2007 Management fro m the ground up November 27 & 28 Marketing issues December 11 & 12 Marketing strategies Register Now! Limited Seating! Budgeting, record keep ing & accounting At Cornell Cooperative Extension – Suffolk County Cash flow & financial statements 423 Griffing Avenue, Suite 100 Financing Riverhead, NY 11901-3071 Business growth issues strategies THE SESSIONS : For first time attendees: Sponsored by Each 2-day session will cover several topics. The CCE Dutchess County sessions build on each other, so attendance at all CCE Suffolk County sessions is highly recommended. Guest speakers NY Farm Viab ility Institute’s and instructors will be available after class for Ag Innovation Center consultation. NYS Food Venture Center Returning alu mn i may attend any session of interest. NY New Ag Venture Project W HO SHOULD ATTEND: The course is for agricultural QuickTime™ and a entrepreneurs/producers who are thinking of TIFF (LZW) decompressor starting or changing the focus of an agricultural are needed to see this picture. based venture. The materials are specifically designed for people who are searching for innovative ideas and enhanced marketing FVC opportunities in the area of value-added agriculture. Previous attendees with new projects that need up- dated business plans, or new marketing plans.
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