by: Lois Kirkpatrick
Experts can give you strategies to help you grow your business faster and avoid pitfalls common to startups. But sometimes you just can't make it to a special event where the info you need will be presented live. That's when you can turn to online training that's available when you are. Here are a few options:
BizLaunch offers online webinars, such as “Best Way to Hire: Know Who Will Succeed Before You Offer,” “Email Your Way to More Customers,” and “eChecks: The Easy Way to Pay Bills and Save Money.” The presenters speak from experience as entrepreneurs who have personally launched companies. You can access their past webinars for free.
The Company Corporation started more than 100 years ago and has helped 750,000 small businesses become incorporated. You can access these and other past webinars for free on their website: “Strategies for Raising Growth Capital in Volatile Markets,” “How to Stay in Compliance,” and “How to Pick a Great Domain Name and Use It.”
The U.S. Small Business Administration is a federal government agency that helps start, build and grow businesses in America. The SBA offers a wide variety of training tools, including self=-paced online workshops such as: Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights," "How to Prepare Government Contract Proposals" and "Introduction to Crowdfunding for Entrepreneurs." Their list of free webinars is on the SBA website.
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Content contributed by Lois Kirkpatrick of Loudoun SourceLink, a proud affiliate of U.S. SourceLink, America’s largest resource network for entrepreneurs.