Can your business use more business? Let the experts tell you how!
The Statewide HUB Program Manager, Laura Cagle-Hinojosa, will be onsite with her team facilitating the certification workshop. Come to the workshop to learn the best and most effective ways to maximize your business through the HUB Program certification process. Get professional tips for certification, developing your profile with the state, understanding the codes, and maximizing your potential for success.
General Admission is free for all and provides access to the facility for the event. Lunch is optional for $5.
To maximize the effectiveness of this workshop please do the following prior to attending:
Complete the application prior to your arrival.
Please be sure to print the completed HUB certification form so the auditors can go over your specific form with you.
Please bring your laptop, iPad, tablet, smart phones, or flash drives for editing your form on site.
Please note: lunch is optional, but must be ordered in advance through the ticket option.
Please share this event information with those you feel would benefit from trying to build their businesses by getting engaged with the state. The registration for the event will close when capacity is reached. The lunch option will close 2 weeks prior to finalize the order.
Attire is Business Casual.
Please contact email@example.com or Nancy Wallace if you will be able to support, participate, or attend any time during the event to help represent the NC100BW Dallas Metropolitan Chapter.
We look forward to seeing you there!
This is a SisterNomics Economic Empowerment event.
Members are needed for service Wednesday, May 8, 2019 8:00am-2:30pm
*We are asking all members to participate with 2 hours or more of service anytime during the workshop for our NC100BW sponsored HUB Certification Workshop. Your assistance will be needed for registration check-ins, lunch, crowd engagement, and assistance with the appointments with the auditors after the presentation and Q&A. We are anticipating a large crowd and were instructed by the facilitator to fill all 2,250 seats.