Business Plann

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Yvette21
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Business Plann

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This course teaching you how to write a Business Plan is very exciting. The Business Plan takes a lot of time to devote too so I have decide to take my time in completing this part in Unit A. :roll:
lollipop
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Re: Business Plann

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Hi Yvette,
Yes I agree the business side of it is important as well, I have taken a week (hopefully I can get it done in that time) off to do the business side of things from unit A and B. Goodluck with it all :)
Yvette21
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Re: Business Plann

Unread post by Yvette21 »

Hi Lollipop:

Thanks for your comment. It is appreciated. Working on Unit B (2 assignments left). I an very satisfied so far with the training of QC Event Planning. Each unit I study make me so excited about getting into this business.

Keep in touch. :roll:

Yvette
lollipop
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Re: Business Plann

Unread post by lollipop »

Hi Yvette,
I am loving this course, and keep pinching myself; can I really be an event and wedding planner. I have recieved A+ for both A and B units and am half way through Unit C. I did a big chunk of business stuff after doing Unit B although there is a lot more I can/should be doing business wise but I know I'll keep plugging along with the business side as I keep working on the course (and beyond). All the best with the rest of the course.
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