Life in the Little Apple
Seminars & Workshops
Success in 60: Behind the Curtain of a Local Business
Presented by: Jeff Koenig 

Part 1: Wednesday October 26, 2016
Part 2: Wednesday, November 9, 2016

11:45 am - 1:00 pm
Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce Boardroom
501 Poyntz Ave 

Using the seven year story of Big Poppi Bicycle Co., a local small business that started during the Great Recession and closed at the TOP of its industry, attendees will be taken behind the curtain of this nationally recognized local retail store.

You need not be a retailer to learn from this two-part series. Concepts and methods shared are applicable to all business’ alike

While attending either session alone will be extremely informative, those who attend both will get the most out of the time.

Part 1 

     · The challenge of small-business profitability in the information age
     · Regulatory burdens and access to capital
     · Unemployed workers everywhere: why are there so few that I can hire?
     · The biggest predators are those that owners/managers are least prepared to fight

Part 2

     · Data-driven decision-making is easier than following your gut
     · The true cost and benefits of employees
     · The volatility of business location
     · You are either marketing or you are the walking dead 

This seminar is FREE for Chamber members; $20 for non-members.

Reservations are required as space is limited to 42 attendees.
Register for Part 1 and Part 2 online, or by email 
or call 776-8829.

For questions contact Kendra Dekat.


Kendra Dekat