In September, I attended a business incubator session by Lisa Hutson, director at the Small Business Development Center at Lorain County Community College. When Corey Butler and Ms. Ann mentioned their business plans in the last episode, it was this woman who had handed them out. I may or may not have a blank copy still somewhere. This meeting was the one in which she described the different efforts at business planning to a group that met her advice at points all along the spectrum.
This episode jumps back and forth by about a month Hutson’s presentation at the September to an October day I walked by and chatted with Susan Wilgor about her soap business. Hutson offered a lot of information about starting a business. Wilgor and the other SEEDVenture entrepreneurs desired it. Said Wilgor:
Remember to stop by the SEEDVentures store front at 29 S. Main Street, seven days a week, between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., 8 p.m. on Thursdays. And if you’re in town on Sunday, Dec. 6, stop by the craft room at the Oberlin Public Library at 2 p.m. I’m hosting an informal meeting among podcast followers to say hi. I’d like to hear your opinions and ideas for the show.