Session 5 of the Greater Fremont Development Council’s Small Business Education Series is on Wednesday, October 19

Session 5 of the Greater Fremont Development Council’s Small Business Education Series is on Wednesday, October 19 Main Photo

14 Oct 2022


The Small Business Education Series began this spring and covers a wide range of topics of interest to aspiring and current small business owners.

Earlier this year the Greater Fremont Development Council (GFDC) launched a Small Business Education Series, with each session covering a topic relevant to small business owners, including credit building, risk management, tax planning, and more.

Join us for our fifth session, QuickBooks Training
Wednesday, October 19, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., including lunch

Session Location: RTG Medical (new facility) 4611 East 22nd St. Fremont, NE 68025 – Large Conference Room
Registration Fee: $29.99 (cost covers course material, computer rental for the day, and lunch)
Session provided by the Nebraska Enterprise Fund (NEF)
Register here now.

The session’s presenter is Jacob Malousek of Ark Financial Services. He has developed a training program to help small businesses learn and understand how to use QuickBooks to operate and manage their operations. Ark Financial Services has worked with over 1300 small businesses and organizations helping them develop their bookkeeping systems.

Topics that will be covered include setting-up QuickBooks, working with lists and bank accounts, entering sales information, receiving and making deposits, and entering and paying bills.

Sessions are open to all and are particularly suitable for current small business owners, and for anyone looking to kick-start their business. Classes are also tailored for people who are thinking about starting a small business and who are interested in learning more about what they would need to do to turn their ideas into a business.

“The small business education series has been a great success so far. We’ve had a fantastic turnout, and we look forward to continuing to engage the greater Fremont business community and providing this valuable resource,” said Megan Skiles, Executive Director of the GFDC.

Contact the Greater Fremont Development Council or visit our website to learn more about the Small Business Education Series or learn more about how we can help your business grow and thrive in Fremont.