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Author Shannan Ramsey will be selling a signed copy of her new book, “How To Become A Successful Business Owner Caring For Children In Your Home,” January 17 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Brooklyn Public Library at Grand Army Plaza.

The book is a user-friendly guide to establishing a small business in a big industry. You will find all the answers you need about running a professional childcare service from the comfort and convenience of your own home.

Learn the need-to-know facts about group and family daycare, licensing & registrations, on-going training, building and maintaining a professional network, collecting payment, incorporating your company, paying your employees, marketing, obtaining grants, hiring volunteers, interacting with state & private agencies, overcoming high-end competition, and effectively communicating with parents.

This is a must have book for anyone who has a child care business in their home or someone who is trying to open a licensed home base child care business.

In addition to the book signing, service providers will be at the event to offer their services to licensed and unlicensed child care providers. Come out and meet these service providers. The cost for the event is $80. For qualified participants, the cost for the event is reimbursable.

For registration and additional information, contact Shannan Ramsey at 646-643-3786.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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