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Thursday, June 2, 2016
Retirement Income Solutions (RIS) for Women, May 2016 Session
|RIS participants at the May 2016 Session.|
|One-on-one session with a CPA to discuss financial future snapshot and lifestyles choices.|
|Participant's discussion on Medicare/Supplement Policies.|
|Participants' discussion on investments.|
|Participants' discussion on estate planning, insurance, will and more.|
|Session with Mary Livngston, SCORE Philadelphia's Executive Director.|
For more information about our Retirement Income Solutions (RIS) Program for Women
Please call 215-564-5500
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
|Start your own coffee shop!|
Have you ever wondered how you could start your own cafe in Philadelphia? Do you wish you had more information about it? No worries! The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians is here to help!
Find out more about how to start your own coffee shop in the amazing city of Philadelphia here!
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
|Business Competitions to Help you Achieve your Dreams!|
In the past decade, business competitions have become increasingly frequent throughout the business community. They have taken root in places such as the Wharton School of Business, and a number of other universities and companies that encourage small business growth. For some, the pull of competitions is the cash prize; however, the winnings are said to be insufficient to really get a business going. The real award is the increased confidence and investment opportunities from winning a business competition. For many small businesses, it is difficult to win, let alone participate in, a business competition. The key, though, is preparation. Preparation yields a more knowledgeable and impressive business plan, and is a skill which relates to business in general – not only competitions. For low-income communities, it is difficult to find such a competition. But, it only takes one win to transform a business from an idea into a reality.
Read more about business competitions here!
Thursday, September 17, 2015
XCulturalPHL organize by MOIMA and Dept of Commerce honoring Philadelphia Immigrant Business. Selvadurai Pathmatasan, the owner of Abi Quick Shop is one of them.
Sinta our Technical Assistant specialist who also owns Modero Dance Company performed her traditional Indonesian dance in Love Park for Cultural Passport Week. The students she taught at her dance studio also danced alongside her.
Selvadurai Pathmatasan was honored at the recognition ceremony for entrepreneurs in Philadelphia. He owns Abi Quick Shop, a souvenir shop in Olde City. He received a loan and attended the WORC workshop for orientation about the Refugee Small Business Program.