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5 Workshops to Help Solve Your Business Challenges

- April 7, 2011 - 0 Comments

Our friends at SCORE have produced 5 useful workshops, about how technology and the web can help you accelerate your small businesses. They are also hosting an in-person event in Anaheim on April 12, 2011!

Check these out:

Boosting Your Business Using Technology

In this workshop, SCORE will help you uncover the tremendous value of technology in your business. At the same time, the workshop will serve to clarify some of the potentially confusing aspects of technology and separate myth from reality.

Creating a Tech Plan for Your Small Business

Learn how to create a technology plan and roadmap for your business. This roadmap will become an important part of your strategic and operations business plan, helping you prioritize the issues facing your business.

Building the Perfect Website for Your Small Business

Bringing your business online is crucial nowadays and this workshop describes how to do so in a timely and cost effective manner. You will learn all the basics of creating a website to help your business succeed.

Using Technology to Jumpstart Your Sales

This workshop will cover the many reasons to market your products and services online, and provide you with a marketing model to increase your sales and profits.

Applying Technology to Improve Your Cash Flow

Learn about how technology can help you enrich, stabilize and increase cash flow. Cash flow management techniques are critical for small business survival and technology can help with the timing, amount and direction of your cash flow.

April 12, 2011 in Anaheim, CA: How to Use Technology for Your Business

Register for this in-person event in sunny Anaheim, CA. Attend workshops and breakout sessions, and meet with SCORE technology partners and representatives of the FCC and SBA. This is a great event aimed at helping small businesses learn about the benefits of technology and e-commerce!

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