Making a New Year’s resolution is a time-honored tradition, and among the most popular resolutions every year are:
Start or grow a business.
Find a work and life balance.
For many people, abandoning those same resolutions early in the year is also a tradition. The key to successfully achieving your New Year’s resolutions may be in flexing your local resources.
Starting a New Business or Expanding Business
Are you getting your business idea off the ground? Or are you ready to take your existing business to the next level?
It can be difficult to know where to begin when navigating the entrepreneurial ecosystem, but Prince William County is here to help you build out your vision with resources, support, and personal counseling.
The SBDC receives backing and support from Prince William County Department of Economic Development (PWCDED), and provides more than 100 hours of free one-on-one counseling services in Prince William, Fairfax, and Arlington counties every month.
The premier business membership organization serving Prince William County, the City of Manassas, and City of Manassas Park, the Prince William Chamber of Commerce has a robust events calendar and opportunities to network with businesses across the community.
The Prince William County chapter of 1 Million Cups holds its meetings at Centerfuse in the City of Manassas every Wednesday. Participants network from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. and then a presenter addresses a pertinent issue facing business owners.
Getting organized can start in many ways, and decluttering your home or office is often necessary before real organization can happen.
Donation Centers Success can depend on your ability to donate items you no longer need or want. Remember to only donate those items that are still in good use.