The current $9.5 million loss from the island’s tourism industry subjected Guam’s Small Business and Development Center to organize a workshop that will occur on campus Sept. 29, 2017 at the School of Business and Public Administration. There is a registration fee of $20, and only a limited number of seats are available for participation.
Senior Business Advisor Denise M. Mendiola stated, “Our workshop will be very beneficial for business entrepreneurs and any person(s) in the supervisory or management positions.” Mendiola hopes for a good turnout in order to raise awareness for small businesses and companies. She will be conducting the event.
“This seminar will be the University’s first small-business workshop that may help any participant effectively engage their businesses with the proper tools for success,” according to the University’s Network Program Assistant Nicole Tesiro.
The workshop will focus on the eight key aspects of managing a business. The areas of emphasis include: self-management, risk management, finance management, punctuality, staff, customers, networks and sales, and problem solving.
The workshop will run from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in room 148. For additional questions or concerns about the event, you may contact Nicole Tesiro at (671) 734-2590.