“The workshop was very well presented in how they spoke and went about it and how they explained what these topics mean.
It was very simple how they broke it down to us.
It was really good. It did give me the idea of how to go about starting a business when I am ready to do that. It brought my confidence up in wanting to start a business up.
I think they did a very good job of doing it, the only pity is more community people didn’t come to the workshop.
It helped me a lot to think about how I can start a business up if I wanted to.”
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