Workshops are free but we ask that you register
We excited to partner with the Suazo Business Center, a business resource committed to the empowerment & development of the Latino/Hispanic & other underserved communities. The Suazo Business Center will be offering a complimentary workshop in Spanish and English to discuss business best practices and equip underserved communities with the knowledge to succeed as entrepreneurs & build wealth. Workshops are free to attend but we ask that you register.
las mejores Practicas de Ser un buen Empresario
Crees tener la idea correcta para empezar un negocio? Que hace que un negocio sea exitoso desde el comienzo? Crees poseer las cualidades necesarias? Este taller te ayudara a identificar el mercado correcto para tu idea, te ayudara a lanzar tu marca eficientemente y a usar practicas reales para empezar un negocio con exito.
Becoming an Entrepreneur—
Best Practices toolset
Do you think you have the right idea to start a business? What makes a business successful from the get go? Do you have what it takes? This workshop will cover how to find the market for your idea, launch your business efficiently & include real-world applicable best practices to start & succeed in business.
ANTONELLA PACKAR, BUSINESS EDUCATION MANAGER, SUAZO BUSINESS CENTER
Antonella Packard has served in Senior Management capacities for various international companies, among Fortune 500 corporations. Her professional background covers a number of industries; from Banking, Construction, Manufacturing, Medical Devices & Healthcare. She currently owns a medical device & building materials company. Antonella has a B.S. in Business & holds a Masters of Business Administration.
WORKSHOPS WILL BE PROVIDED IN SPANISH & ENGLISH
In 2008, Ms. Packard was named as one of Utah’s 20 Most Influential Hispanics by Business Connect Magazine. She served as the Executive Director for the Utah County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. In this capacity, she promoted workforce diversity initiatives with mainstream business & supplier diversity certifications among Latinx, multicultural & women-owned businesses, in addition to promoting other initiatives geared toward strengthening these businesses in the region.