Advisory and Consulting Services to Help You Start, Develop and Grow Your Business
Being a small business owner takes a lot of know-how. Learning how to write a successful business plan and understanding what bankers look for, determining the best way to manage business operations including your taxes, accounting, employee insurance, payroll and marketing –– it all can be overwhelming.
For more than 30 years our experienced business counselors have been advising and working hand-in-hand with hundreds of entrepreneurs. We’ve worked with entrepreneurs like you to set goals and develop strategies to make their businesses more productive and efficient.
Through our business counseling services, our clients have access to trusted advisors who have established relationships and local expertise in business law, marketing, real estate, financing and more – all at little or no cost to you.
Through our client-focused workshops, business owners acquire the knowledge and tools they need to make their business run more efficiently so they can focus on what matters most – making their customers happy, creating jobs and improving their bottom line.
We understand how challenging it is to take time from running your business to focus on how best to fine tune operations for long-term success. Wacif can help.
RSVP for one of our upcoming business workshops, or become a Wacif client and start speaking with one of our entrepreneurship coaches. Sign-up Today!
Upcoming Workshops & Trainings
Business Planning for Seniors – Work for Yourself@50+
Date: December 14th
Location: Southwest Neighborhood Library – 900 Wesley Place SW, Washington, DC 20024
Tickets: To register call 888-339-5617 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you over 50, and have you ever dreamed of being your own boss? Work for Yourself@50+ can help you get the information you need to succeed.
Work for Yourself@50+, a partnership between Wacif and the AARP Foundation will give you the knowledge, support and resources you need to make informed decisions about working for yourself — and figure out your first steps toward successful self-employment.