November means more than just the beginning of the holiday season, it marks the time to start a new business, expand your current one, or deepen your pool of professional knowledge with help from Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center. Register today for any of the events listed below and let the One Stop Shop provide the assistance you need to take your business to the next level.
A new season calls for time to gain new knowledge and learn new skills to launch a business or advance your current one with help from the Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center. Start fall out right and register now to learn from the One Stop Shop about topics varying from starting a business, marketing research, and more!
It’s back to school season, are you ready to learn? Gain the knowledge you need to launch a business or learn new skills to advance your current one with help from the Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center. Start this school year off right and register now to learn from the One Stop Shop about topics varying from starting a business, social media, and more!
Oakland County business owners, entrepreneurs, suppliers, contractors, and vendors, you’re invited to ‘Oakland is Open for Business,’ a FREE event that will help you explore the services the county offers to help your business grow and thrive. Did you know Oakland County spends $100 million annually on goods and services? Here’s your chance to learn how to bid on new business opportunities with the county, increase visibility for your business, and get an overview of the free business services and resources that we offer.
Join us at the Executive Office Building Conference Center in Waterford on Wednesday, August 9th from 2 – 4 pm and let Oakland County help you set your business up for continued success. Continue reading
On Wednesday, September 16th, 2015, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson met with three members of the 2015 Elite 40 Under 40 class of 2015. The forum is designed to allow Elite 40 members a smaller, more intimate setting to connect with the County Executive and each other. The County Executive holds these forums in an effort to build friendships and connections among the Elite 40 and the county’s leadership. Attendees included Amanda Page of Page Law, Nirav Doshi, Managing Partner at Complete Data Products, and Shannon Lazovski of The Lazov Agency. Also in attendance was Irene Spanos, Director of Economic Development and Community Affairs; Kristie Zamora, Elite 40 Program Coordinator; and Bill Mullan, Media and Communications Officer. Continue reading