LTA sets marketing seminar


The Latte Training Academy, Inc. continues its Entrepreneur Training program with its upcoming marketing session.

The organization’s “Marketing Your Business In the CNMI & Beyond” is scheduled for Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 9am to noon at the Latte Training Academy’s training site, located on the third floor of the Marianas Business Plaza.

This training is focused on helping aspiring entrepreneurs and current small business owners with a clear understanding of how to best maximize marketing strategy.

“It is important for entrepreneurs to understand the dynamics of the CNMI marketplace and be able to effectively adapt their market strategy and mix to fit their business. This session is intended to help entrepreneurs understand many of the marketplace dynamics and introduce strategies which can maximize effectiveness of the organization’s marketing dollar,” said LTA training partner Jim Arenovski.

The LTA’s Entrepreneur Training program is free to participants who are interested in starting their business enterprises in the CNMI. The program is intended to provide targeted training and technical assistance to participants with the aim of starting at least 10 new businesses by the end of the grant period.

“In an effort to encourage more aspiring entrepreneurs to engage in business, the LTA board of directors is working alongside its partners to offer successful participants the opportunity to earn partner investment into their business enterprises,” said LTA executive director Arielle Buyum.

To learn more about the program and register for the upcoming training, visit (PR)

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