SBA’s Experts Offer Advice on Business Expansion in Online Chat
Monday, November 29, 2010
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE) --Nov. 29, 2010-- The U.S. Small Business Administration’s November web chat will offer advice to entrepreneurs looking to grow or expand their businesses. If you are considering expansion of your company’s product or service, the free web chat will help you learn how to make your next move.
WHO: Sharon Miller, executive director of the Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center, will host the November web chat on “Expanding Your Business: What You Need to Know.” The center is home to the SBA’s Women’s Business Center. Miller will offer tips and advice on how to make the best business decision before taking on a new growth strategy. Chat participants can get answers to their questions about what crucial items they should measure before considering expansion.
WHAT: SBA’s web chat series provides small business owners with an opportunity to discuss relevant business issues online with experts, industry leaders and successful entrepreneurs. Chat participants have direct, real-time access to the web chats via questions they submit online in advance, and during the live session.
WHEN: November 30, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. ET
Miller will answer questions for one hour.
HOW: Participants can join the live web chat by going online to www.sba.gov, and clicking “Online Business Chat.” Web chat participants may also post questions before the November 30th chat by visiting http://web.sba.gov/livemeeting/Nov10/.
To review archives of past web chats, visit online at http://www.sba.gov/tools/monthlywebchat/index.html.
Advisory Number: MA-21
CONTACT: U.S. Small Business Administration
Cecelia Taylor, 202-401-3059
KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SMALL BUSINESS PUBLIC POLICY/GOVERNMENT PUBLIC POLICY WHITE HOUSE/FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
SOURCE: U.S. Small Business Administration Copyright Business Wire 2010 http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20101129005054/en
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