To own your business is a dream for many immigrants, but often, many of them have little knowledge of how to proceed and which are the right resources to use. All the business owners, immigrant and otherwise, or everyone who is about to start their business should mark their calendars to attend the Immigrant Entrepreneurs Summit (IES) in Davenport, IA.
IES will take place Thursday July 23, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM at Well Fargo Bank located at 203 W 3rd Street in Davenport, IA. The Summit will be presented in both English and Spanish.
According to Ying Sa, the founder and organizer of this event, IES is where people from all over, whether immigrants or not, come together to learn from each other and invited speakers to achieve success in their business ventures.
“IES works as a bridge for people to connect with the world of business,” Ying Sa said.
Ying Sa invites business owners who are looking for new ideas to grow their business, immigrants looking for learning more about starting business in the United States and everyone who wishes to continue learning more about the tools to manage their business to attend IES.
One of the invited speakers for IES in Davenport is Victor Oyervides Director of the West Liberty Chamber of Commerce. He will talk about the basic tools for starting a small business. He will discuss everything from concept to execution. Ying Sa from Community CPA will explain how to read and understand a financial statement.
Registration fee to attend IES in Davenport is $15 per person. To register go to http://iesusa.org/mini-ies-registration o call Dan Kim, IES program manager at (515) 720-5872.
Immigrant Entrepreneurs Summit is on Thursday, July 23, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM at Wells Fargo located at 203 W 3rd Street in Davenport, IA.