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Getting Down to Business

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Have you invented something fantastic? Does the prospect of getting it patented
overwhelm you? Are you starting your own business? In this crazy economy
it makes sense to gather all the information you can to plan and prepare properly.

Central Library is offering two free programs in February to help you with both:

"Starting A Small Business"
Monday, February 9
1:30pm-2:30pm
Central Library

Librarians will help you find the right information to start your own business.
Meet in Central Library's second floor computer lab to learn about print
and electronic resources for business planning.

"Patents 101"
Monday, February 23
1:30pm-2:30pm
Central Library

This program is offered monthly by librarians who will explain the
seven-step strategy for executing a patent search. Meet in
Central Library's second floor computer lab.

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