Library hosts workshop on starting a home business
The Bartlesville Public Library is offering a free workshop for adults who want to learn the basics of starting a home business at 11 a.m. on October 19 in Meeting Room A.
Larry Thrash, who is SCORE’s Bartlesville branch manager, is the presenter. He received a BA from the University of Ouachita and an MBA from the University of Memphis.
Thrash served in the Advanced Weapons Support Command in Germany as a lieutenant in the United States Army. After leaving the military, Thrash co-founded an oil and gas drilling and completion company in Bartlesville before becoming a banking consultant.
He has served as President of the Tri County Tech Strategy Center and is a Certified Business Incubator Manager. Since his retirement, Thrash has continued his entrepreneurial journey with several local businesses.
This program will include an informal discussion and general overview of topics such as required permits and licenses, setting up an office, business planning and financing. The program will also be broadcast live on Facebook Live. Registration is not compulsory. The program is free and open to the public.
For more information, call the library reference office at 918-338-4168.