Whether you are looking for Business Resources, Investment Resources, Legal or Small Business and Entrepreneurial Resources and online training, the Plainfield Public Library has information that is available 24/7 right from your home. Your library card will help you access the information. Click here to find the information you may need. More questions? Please come to the Reference Desk or call 815-327-2515. Help is available.
You can search business areas, look for industry information by small business type and find start-up business plans and lots more at the Small Business Reference Center found in Online Resources on the Plainfield Public Library web page. Click here and discover what you need to make your small business a success.
As the new year approaches, stop by the Plainfield Public Library web page and take a look at the variety of business resources.
Welcome in the new year with renewed excitement for your business.
Find information on industry basics and how to start a business.
Plan to learn a new language that may help your organization thrive.
Look at ValueLine and Morningstar for financial and investment information.
Articles may give new insights or ideas.
JobNow can give you expert assistance.
Learn a new computer skill.
Many Library resources are available 24/7/365 with your library card. Click here for lots of information.
SmallBusiness.com offers a variety of guides on a number of topics that might be useful to you and your organization, from advertising to cloud services to legal concerns and lots more. Here is where you can find out more.
The Fox Valley Chapter of SCORE offers free mentoring sessions to small business owners and start-ups at the Plainfield Public Library, 15025 S. Illinois St., Plainfield, IL on the second and fourth Mondays of the month, 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Space is very limited, and registration is required. Go to foxvalley.score.org, click on Book Now! and follow the steps to register at the Plainfield Public Library. SCORE is a nationwide, non-profit organization dedicated to helping the owners of existing and start-up businesses assure that their businesses grow and prosper.
A “knowledge worker” is a valuable asset to your organization and Steve Jobs tells you how you can effectively manage them. See what Marcel Schwantes says about managing “knowledge workers.”
At the end of the year it’s a good idea to review what you have been doing and look toward the future. Marla Tabaka guides you through the process. Click here to find out what she says.