Child Care Business - Info Session (Western Wisconsin only)

Thursday, April 25  |  1 - 2 PM

Where: Online
When: Thursday, April 25, 2024  |  1 PM to 2 PM
Topic: Business Basics

NOTE: This webinar is for individuals considering starting a child care business.

Join us to learn more about starting your own Child Care Business in Western Wisconsin! This free informational session will cover the basics of navigating the world of child care in Wisconsin, including:

- Which type of program is right for you and how to get started
- Reduced start-up costs and exciting new funding opportunities for providers
- Why this is a viable business and the need for child care in Wisconsin
- Creation of a business plan and 3-year financial projections

Learn more about the pre-licensing process:
https://www.childcarepartnership.org/pre-licensing.phtml

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Speaker: Child Care Partnership and Western Wisconsin Women's Business Center

Fee: No Cost
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