Class series: Start Up & Grow Your Business is Tuesday, May 28

Join Tuesday’s class on Start Up & Grow Your Business, presented by the City of Auburn Economic Development Department.

The class is 6-8 p.m. at the Auburn IBZ Business Incubator, 110 Second St. SW, Suite 145, Auburn.

If you are considering the start-up of a new business or running a business, you will want to attend the workshop. You’ll learn about trends, financial considerations, legal aspects and business marketing. Hear what local experts have to say about getting started or building your business.

Sign up today. Limited seats available:

View additional information about 2019 classes and register online at ipzauburn.com/classes.

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