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Free training for women with ideas for outdoor leisure companies

The Farmington Women’s Business Center will present the free virtual training on Startup Saturday May 22nd.

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Posted on April 30, 2021 at 3:03 pm


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FARMINGTON – Women in San Juan County who want to combine their love of the outdoors with their entrepreneurship are encouraged to enroll in a virtual class offered by the Farmington Women’s Business Center later this month.

The seven-hour course will be offered on Startup Saturday, May 22nd. It is aimed at women who have an idea for an outdoor leisure business but need help getting it started.

The course takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Participants will learn about entrepreneurship, how to define a product or service, how to identify the target market, how to market a product or service, and how to network with local business resources.

Training is free, but participants must reside in San Juan County to participate.

You can register online at or by calling Holly Patterson at 505-566-3715. After registering, the participants will receive instructions for the event.

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