An Evansville entrepreneur mentoring organization hopes to answer “the most pressing questions” small business owners have at a seminar this week. The SCORE Evansville event will include sessions on health care and human resources.
August 5, 2013
Evansville, Ind. — SCORE Evansville in conjunction with eighth district Congressman Larry Bucshon and WorkOne Southwest presents a seminar to address the most pressing questions entrepreneurs and business owners have today.
SCORE President Jack Buttrum says “SCORE Evansville is about helping small businesses, one business at a time. Our volunteers mentor, coach, advise and listen to anyone in the community who has a desire to go into business and is challenged with the business they already manage.”
Eighth District Congressman Larry Bucshon states, “Hoosier businesses are facing a lot of uncertainties that are making it difficult to be successful,” said Bucshon. “One of my top priorities in Congress is helping to create much needed jobs. Our business seminar will help equip local business owners with the necessary tools and information to be successful.”
WorkOne Southwest Executive Director, Jim Heck, “Small businesses and entrepreneurs may not have the professional Human Resources staff of larger companies and it may be more difficult for those owners to access information regarding personnel matters. Seminars like these are important to provide information to keep those businesses thriving.”
The Seminar will take place on Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at the Ivy Tech Community College located at 3501 North First Avenue in Evansville. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.; and opening remarks by Congressman Bucshon and Mayor Lloyd Winnecke are at 8:00 a.m. The one hour sessions will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 12:00 noon. Registrants may attend one or more of the sessions depending on their schedule and topics interested in – all of which promise to be beneficial to all sizes of businesses.
Three sessions will be offered in the informative and free programs.
• Healthcare and Your Business Congressman Larry Bucshon and Todd Glass, Attorney with Fine & Hatfield. The effects on business of federal changes to health insurance regulations.
• Strategic Thinking in Human Resources Kendra Vanzo, Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer of Old National Bancorp. An integrated approach to recruitment, hiring, training, evaluating, rewarding, and retention.
• Working Collaboratively Gene Recker, Manager, Education and Entrepreneurial Support, University of Southern Indiana. Gaining commitment among the management team.
Source: SCORE Evansville