Hudson County Community College Invites Aspiring Business Owners to Urban Entrepreneurship Course

Posted: 5/22/2018
Contact: Christopher Ciely, 201-360-4069, cciely@hccc.edu

May 22, 2018 / Jersey City, NJ – Starting a business in an urban environment requires a combination of street and business smarts. Entrepreneurs must invest time and resources into building unique business models. The rewards include financial independence, creative freedom, and a positive impact on the community.

 

Hudson County Community College (HCCC) has a special opportunity for those who wish to start a business in an urban area. The College’s “Urban Entrepreneurship” course will be held on Tuesday and Thursday, August 7 and 9, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the L Building (71 Sip Avenue) of the College’s Journal Square Campus. Space is limited, and the cost is $85 per person.

 

The noncredit class will focus on the challenges specific to doing business in metropolitan locations. Topics covered will include:

Demographic target marketing

Market challenges and competitive analysis

Selection of locations between cities and suburbs

Trends vs. sustainability

Foot traffic and attracting attention

Company standards, missions, and goals

Crowd-sourcing

Capital planning

Social media impact on new businesses

 

Those who wish to attend may register online at https://tinyurl.com/urbanentrep .

More information may be obtained by calling Clara Angel at 201-360-4647 or emailing cangel@hccc.edu .