TD Bank Offers Workshop on Starting a New BusinessFebruary 10, 2022 5:35 pm
Starting a small business is both exciting and overwhelming, especially when it comes to creating a business plan, doing market research, and financing. There are plenty of resources online to get you started but getting advice from people experienced in business can be especially helpful.
TD Bank, which has a branch in Bristol, has offered to host a webinar on the basics of starting a business. It is designed to help new business owners assess the viability of their business idea and provide tools to help new businesses grow.
“Small Business Focus on Planning” presented by TD Bank Bristol Store Manager Barbara Rosendahl and Relationship Manager in Commercial Lending Rory Wilkie, will be at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 1. This virtual webinar will cover developing a business plan, completing a feasibility check, understanding the needs of your ideal customer, and calculating startup costs.
To register for the webinar, go to this form.
About Our Local TD Bank
Bristol has two full-service banking and lending institutions, including a TD Bank branch headed by Rosendahl.
Rosendahl says she is your first contact for all small business needs, and she looks forward to offering support and guidance towards your business success. Barbara began her career with TD Bank right here in Bristol in 2018. With 25 years of leadership experience in both retail banking and in the medical field, Barbara is excited to serve the community where she lives and has raised her son for the past 18 years.
Wilkie joined TD Bank in 2015 working in the Epsom, N.H. branch. Since then, Rory has worked in different locations and has been a great resource for our customers, whether they are just starting out or a well-established business. Rory can provide great insight on the different products and services TD Bank offers to support businesses with all their banking needs. Rory lives in Dover with his wife, Caitlin, son, Grant, and puppy, Rudy.
You can register for the webinar here.