Rutland Library hosts entrepreneurial business author

Register for this free program at the Okanagan Regional Library's Rutland branch.

Tim Young, author of How Much Money Can I Make, will be speaking at the Rutland branch of the Okanagan Regional Library on Jan. 13, 6:30 p.m.

Young has experienced first-hand the highs and lows of being a small business owner in Canada.  From owner-operated sole proprietorships to multi-million dollar corporations, Young has tried his hand at retail, publishing, manufacturing and real estate ventures.

After 35 years of small business ownership, many of which were right here in Kelowna, Young has published How Much Money Can I Make to help entrepreneurs or others in small business achieve success in their business ventures.

Young’s presentation will focus on answering five key questions:

• What is it like owning a small business in Canada?

• How much money can I really make?

• How is my business doing?

• What can I do to make it more profitable?

• What is my business really worth?

Register for this free program by calling 250-765-8165 or visit the Rutland library branch to sign up. Copies of How Much Money Can I Make will be available for purchase.


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