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Virtual Women's Business Center

The purpose of the Park City Virtual Women’s Business Center is to provide women business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs resources and training they need to grow their businesses or start new ones.

Women business owners face unique challenges; the most important being balancing family with a business. The Park City Chamber has partnered with the Women’s Business Center of Utah to offer female-focused entrepreneurial resources and support to help you grow your business and have a happy family.

Women's Business Center of Utah Training Portal

Below are three of the guided courses available through the Women's Business Center of Utah. You may register for one of the featured courses below or visit the Training Portal to view all the courses, tools, and templates provided to help women learn how to successfully operate a business.

Build Your Dream Company

 

A series of 15 online training modules on how to start and expand your business.

 

ENROLL IN BUILD YOUR DREAM TRAINING

 

Online Jump Start: Intro to Entrepreneurship

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If you cannot attend Jump Start in-person training, you can take the course online. This FREE class is designed to help provide basic information and tools needed to lay a the foundation for a successful business.

 

ENROLL IN JUMP START COURSE

DreamBuilder Course

Thanks to Chase, the Women's Business Center of Utah will offer DreamBuilder which teaches the skills and knowledge to start or grow your own business, and results in a finished downloadable business plan. Courses are interactive, convenient for your schedule and available in both Spanish and English. Best of all, they’re free.

 

REGISTER FOR DREAMBUILDER COURSE

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The Women’s Business Center of Utah is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit division of the Salt Lake Chamber and is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.