PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Enterprises will offer a free business breakfast forum on "Are You Getting the Information You Need to Successfully Manage Your Business?" on Friday, Oct. 29, from 7:30 to 9.
It will be held in the third-floor boardroom at One Fenn St. It will be led by Steve Fogel, program director of Berkshire Enterprises, and Joe Gelinas, a consultant to small businesses specializing in process improvement.
The forum will focus on assessing measurement systems such as cash and inventory controls. As small businesses seek to survive and grow, owners and managers need to periodically review the information they are gathering to make sure that have sufficient information to identify the risks and minimize their impact on your business.
The forums are made possible through support from Greylock Federal Credit Union, Legacy Banks, Berkshire Bank, TD Bank, and the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank in space provided by CompuWorks. Berkshire Enterprises is a program of the Office for Workforce Development at Berkshire Community College.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Enterprises is presenting the free business breakfast "Building and Maintaining Trust— One of the Keys to Successful Business," on Friday, March 5, from 7:30 to 9.
The forum will be a discussion of participants’ experiences dealing with others as customers, employees, bosses and business owners, with a look at what can be done to build and maintain trust. The forum will be lead by Steve Fogel, program director of Berkshire Enterprises.
The breakfast will take place at 1 Fenn St., on the third floor board room. Anyone who is interested in attending should register emailing Steve Fogel at firstname.lastname@example.org or by 413-441-3688 (cell). Space is limited and reservations are required.
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