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November 13, 2013

MNTC hosts free small business webinar

MOORE — On Nov. 20, Moore Norman Technology Center’s Business Development Center will re-broadcast a webinar titled “Predicting Your Success as an Entrepreneur.”

The hour-long webinar, led by Randall Wohl, president of Stone Resources LLC, and Greg Kieson, MNTC Business Development Center coordinator, will begin at 6 p.m. The webinar is available to anyone with Internet access. Online pre-registration is required.

To register, those interested can visit mntechnology.com/bdc/2 or text their email address and phone number to 896-6169.

One in a series of free online webinars presented by the MNTC Business Development Center, “Predicting Your Success as an Entrepreneur” will introduce the ProfileXT Assessment, a tool that evaluates strengths and weaknesses of entrepreneurs on an individual level.

Everyone who registers for the webinar will be entered for a chance to win one PXT Entrepreneurial Assessment package, which includes the PXT assessment CD and a one-on-one review of the assessment results with Wohl (a $250 value). Webinar participants also will have the opportunity to purchase the PXT Entrepreneurial Assessment package at a discounted rate of $50.

The next webinar is scheduled in February 2014 and will focus on employment law as it pertains to small business.

For more information or to receive email updates about future webinars, visit mntechnology.com/bdc and click on “Ask an Expert” or call 809-3517.

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