Women's "Eye for Business" program at Fairview Library

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Margaretville — The Fairview Library will host a round-table discussions and a working lunch on Saturday, March 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on starting or enhancing a small business. This workshop, entitled With A Woman’s Eye For Business will be held in the Community Room of the library at 43 Walnut Street.

The discussions will be led by area business women including Julia Reischel, publisher of the watershedpost.com, Nicole E. Day-Gray, owner and president of Agriforaging, Inc. Agricultural Infrastructure Consulting Services Company, Leigh Melander, co-owner, of Spillian-A Place to Revel, retreat and conference center, and Jenn Schuman, founding director of the Greater Roxbury Learning Initiative (GRLIC).

The goal of this workshop is to provide information to women who are seeking to start a business, are ready to open a business or who need additional support for their current business. Resources will be shared, networking with other businesswomen will be encouraged and options will be explored to improve business potential through collaboration, mentoring and networking.
Topics such as business plan development, marketing/brand development, how to look for funding and building relationships that help you build your business will be discussed as well as other items. There will be ample time for questions and discussion.

This workshop is funded through a contribution from the Catskill Women’s Network and sponsored by the Fairview Public Library and the Central Catskills Chamber of Commerce.
Please contact Susan Carver, Librarian at 586-3791 or mail@fairviewlibrary.org to sign up. Lunch is included. Reservations are encouraged.