Gain the knowledge and confidence to begin your own foot and nail care business. At this program for health care professionals, you will hear from current business owners in the industry and learn how to take the first steps to get you started.
“I was simply impressed with how comprehensive this course is! I found every aspect interesting and stimulating. The foot and nail business course was most illuminating and the voices of experience were all well informed. How lucky we are to have current business owners share with us!”
|Series||Foot and Nail Care Series|
|Next Session||Nov. 5, 2024 | 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.|
Are you interested in a career change that will allow freedom and flexibility in your schedule? Would you like to supplement your income?
Consider starting your own foot and nail care business.
Take the first steps to starting your business and join us for this informational program. You will hear from a Foot and Nail Care specialist, small business entrepreneurs and current foot and nail care business owners. Learn how to start your business from a local business entrepreneur who will guide you through the process of developing your lean startup plan. Gather tips and tricks to strengthen your business during our panel discussion, where you will hear from current professionals in the field as they answer questions and share best practices.
You will walk away from this course with the confidence to take the next steps to enhance your career in foot and nail care. And much more…
- Explore nursing entrepreneurship
- Learn how to develop a lean startup plan
- Discuss the marketing and promotion of your business
Who should attend
Past, current and future RN/LPNs who have attended the Foot and Nail Care: Education for Nurses program or other RN/LPNs who have an interest in developing their own foot and nail care business.
Pam’s work style is down to earth and friendly. She loves teaching and coaching. She also likes taking a subject that many people don’t think they will enjoy and making it fun! Pam hopes that at the end of working on a project with her, clients feel more accomplished and more comfortable with their financials.
She has been teaching in the Accounting & Finance Department at UW-Eau Claire since the fall of 2016. Prior to teaching, Pam was a CPA in the audit department at Ernst & Young in Minneapolis. She also held a variety of positions in the corporate world. Most of her professional career was spent doing small business consulting as a partner in the consulting firm ResourceAbility. Consulting gave her the opportunity to apply her business experience to helping other small businesses and start-up companies. Pam said, “My specialty was in helping small business owners understand what financial results are telling them about their businesses.”