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Microbusiness Connection Center

Purpose:

To connect refugee entrepreneurs and business owners with local business resources so they can launch, sustain and grow successful businesses.  

Partners:

  • Salt Lake County Mayor's Office for New Americans 
  • Utah State University Extension Services
  • Utah State University
  • International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City
  • Small Business Development Center
  • Salt Lake Community College
  • Department of Workforce Services

Project Scope

The Microbusiness Connection Center provides people of refugee background who are interested in opening a small business access to existing resources such as business mentors, training and education, technical assistance, networking opportunities, and more.  We also help existing resources reach out and adapt to the needs of the refugee-owned business communities.

Fall Business Workshops

THE INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMIMITTEE IN SALT LAKE CITY
invites you to  FALL BUSINESS WORKSHOPS

Tuesday Evenings
October 13 - November 24, 2020 
5:30-6:30 pm

Workshops held Virtually
Join us for workshops on how to start and grow your small business

October 13 - Business Structures
October 20 - Business Plans
October 27 - Business Budgeting
November 3 - Financial Statements
November 10 - Managing Cashflow

November 17 - Business Taxes
Novembe1r 24 - How to Pitch Your Business

RSVP or for more information:
Email Claire.Kirkland@rescue.org

Participation:

If you are a refugee interested in starting or growing a business, please email Claire.Kirkland@rescue.org. If you would like to partner with the Microbusiness Connection Center, or have any questions about our services, please email Claire.Kirkland@rescue.org