Media Contact:Asia Hauter
Send an E-mail
Date: May 07, 2009
Operation Downtown Seminar teaches how to Jump-Start your Business
Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York – How to successfully jump-start your own business will be the topic of the next Operation Downtown seminar sponsored by the Scott Skodnek Business Development Center at Hofstra University on Wednesday, May 20, 2009 from 8-10 a.m. at the Hofstra University Club, David S. Mack Hall, North Campus.
The seminar will be lead by Roy S. Ryniker, president of Reorganization Alternatives Group, Ltd. covering topics such as how to obtain management tools for times of adversity, developing an action plan to reposition your business and how to identify challenges and opportunities, not symptoms. Mr. Ryniker has more than 25 years of experience working with management groups of both underperforming and growing companies to develop and implement action-oriented turnaround plans and position them to thrive.
Early registration is required by Wednesday, May 13, 2009 as seats are limited (continental breakfast will be served). For further information or to register, please contact call 516-463-7214, fax 516-463-3907, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
"These free Operation Downtown seminars, began in October 2004, address topics of interest to business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs," said Richard V. Guardino, Jr., Vice President for Business Development at Hofstra University. The series is partially funded by a grant from New York State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr.
The Business Development Center is a multidisciplinary center offering human and technological resources for business support and education, as well as community service. It also supports government agencies in their own endeavors and in their efforts to assist businesses in the metropolitan area.
Hofstra University is a dynamic private institution where students can choose from more than 150 undergraduate and 160 graduate programs in liberal arts and sciences, business, communication, education and allied human services, and honors studies, as well as a School of Law.