The 5th annual Hiscox DNA of an Entrepreneur survey revealed that 50% of small business owners conducted no training in 2012. Time is limited when you’re a small business owner or entrepreneur, but training is essential. Melinda Emerson, best known as the SmallBizLady, recently asked in a blog post, “When is the last time you sharpened your knife in your small business?” Was it within the last three months?
Time is short for small business owners, so we’ve put together a list of virtual events you can attend. Sign up to participate in one of the upcoming webinars featured below.
Tuesday, September 24th
Small business owners and entrepreneurs are busy. Attend this webinar to learn how to maximize the value of your relationships with your target market. Leave the webinar with three ways to use the Internet to build your brand and how to create carefully-established relationships.
Wednesday, September 25th
Over 70% of all businesses are family run or family managed. Join the National Federation of Independent Business as they share tips about the most important element to family business success, how to prepare the next generation for success and more.
Thursday, September 26th
The new healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act, can be confusing. This hour-long webinar will help attendees understand who’s eligible for the small business tax credit and what new federal and state provisions will be implemented due to the new law.
Thursday, October 3rd
This webinar is designed to get small businesses up to speed about securing their cyber assets. Attendees will learn about the steps needed to protect the hardware that powers their network, how to go mobile, working in the cloud and more.
Thursday, October 10th
Get specific questions you may have about launching and growing a business from small business experts and owners. This webinar is in conjunction with the Small Business Administration (SBA). Submit your small business questions prior to the webinar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, October 17th
The Company Corporation’s monthly Twitter chats provide an outlet for small business owners and entrepreneurs to get their business questions answered. The October Twitter chat is in conjunction with SCORE.