Jan
6
Wed
Business Continuity Planning 101
Jan 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

This webinar will focus on the ability of a firm to quickly adapt to situations after a disruption while simultaneously maintaining other important aspects of their business, particularly the safety of their employees. The topics to be covered include:

  • Developing a continuity strategy for the short and long term
  • Identifying risks and developing a business impact analysis for resiliency enhancement
  • Auditing, maintaining, and exercising the business continuity and resiliency plans.
  • Testing your business continuity and crisis management plans

Presenter: Arash Azadegan, PhD, Associate Professor at Rutgers Business School and the Director of Supply Chain Disruption Research Laboratory

Dr Azadegan’s research focuses on supply chain disruptions, and the effect of inter-organizational response and recovery effort to mitigate them. Specific to disasters and humanitarian supply chains, Dr. Azadegan has several ongoing projects on response and recovery from disasters in the United States (e.g., hurricanes) and how collaboration among NGOs and governmental entities can be strengthened.

Speaker(s): Presenter: Arash Azadegan, PhD, Associate Professor at Rutgers Business School and the Director of Supply Chain Disruption Research Laboratory

Co-Sponsor(s): U.S. Small Business Administration – Cares Act Grant

Fee: No Cost

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Jan
12
Tue
Credit Restoration & How to Sustain It
Jan 12 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

This webinar will provide participants with the tools and skills to properly interpret their personal and business credit reports. It will address why creditworthiness will be a major factor based on post-Covid-19 issues. The material cover how business credit scores are calculated, factors that can improve them or build back its profile and how it will quality of life.

Attendees will also learn budget and cash flow analysis strategies to enhance one’s capacity and credit profiles.

Presenter: Herb Caesar, President of CED Solutions, LLC; Retained as a Senior Business Consultant by the NJ Small Business Development Centers (NJSBDC) Network, recently for the Bank of America program.

Speaker(s): Presenter: Herb Caesar, President of CED Solutions, LLC

Co-Sponsor(s): U.S. Small Business Administration – Cares Act Grant

Fee: No Cost

Jan
13
Wed
Creating a Culture of Health and Safety Webinar
Jan 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

This webinar will focus on how small businesses can protect their workplaces, employees and customers against potential health and safety threats, including the prevention of the transmission of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases. The main part of the training will address key issues that small businesses must address before opening their business. Small businesses should develop a COVID-19 Return to Work plan that addresses a range of issues. These include:

  • COVID-19 Exposure Control Plan
  • Measures to Maintain Social Distancing
  • Engineering Controls
  • Work Practices
  • Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfection
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Respiratory Protection
  • Sick Leave, Symptom Screening, and Employee Health
  • Exposures and Case Reporting
  • Measures to Protect Employee Mental Health and Physical Well-Being

Presenter: Mitchel Rosen, Ph.D., Rutgers School of Public Health, Center for Public Health Workforce Development (CPHWD). The CPHWD has over forty years of experience administering occupational safety and health research, education, and training programs. It has significant experience developing training programs for disaster response and emergency preparedness activities. Dr. Rosen, director of the CPHWD, has over 30 years of experience in developing occupation safety and health and disaster preparedness programs.

Speaker(s): Mitchel Rosen, Ph.D., Rutgers School of Public Health, Center for Public Health Workforce Development (CPHWD)

Co-Sponsor(s): U.S. Small Business Administration – Cares Act Grant

Fee: No Cost

Jan
14
Thu
Responding to Cyber Security Threats
Jan 14 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

This Cybersecurity webinar will go beyond intrusion detection and reactive remediation. It will provide insight on how to implement cost-effective measures designed to prevent cyber criminals from compromising the integrity of business-critical assets and information on a daily basis. It also covers written policies and procedures to develop, maintain and enforce both internally and publicly on the business’ website. Topics will also include federal and state laws that impact business operations and the business data typically collected and stored. Finally, this webinar will cover contractual obligations that clients may impose, and what business owners should expect and seek from vendors.

Presenter: Michelle Schaap, Member, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

Speaker(s): Michelle Schaap, Member, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

Co-Sponsor(s): U.S. Small Business Administration – Cares Act Grant

Fee: No Cost

Jan
19
Tue
Selling in the “New Normal” (Virtual Selling)
Jan 19 @ 10:00 am – Jan 26 @ 12:00 pm
Topic: Marketing and Sales (2 Sessions)

Note: This is the first of a three-part series on Sales & Customer Service running for 6 weeks in total on Tuesday mornings from 10:00 – 12:00 noon. You may opt to attend the entire series or just one of the two session topics.

This workshop (on Jan. 19 & 26) will focus on the concerns which many small businesses identify as challenges to achieving their goals in an environment when selling virtually has become a mandatory part of their daily activities. Many companies are looking for assistance in the sales enablement, sales execution and sales operation components of their business.

The success of small businesses will be their ability to hone skills, train their team and make the sales experience memorable for their customers.

Fee: No Cost

Creating a Culture of Health and Safety
Jan 19 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

This webinar will focus on how small businesses can protect their workplaces, employees and customers against potential health and safety threats, including the prevention of the transmission of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases. The main part of the training will address key issues that small businesses must address before opening their business. Small businesses should develop a COVID-19 Return to Work plan that addresses a range of issues. These include:

  • COVID-19 Exposure Control Plan
  • Measures to Maintain Social Distancing
  • Engineering Controls
  • Work Practices
  • Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfection
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Respiratory Protection
  • Sick Leave, Symptom Screening, and Employee Health
  • Exposures and Case Reporting
  • Measures to Protect Employee Mental Health and Physical Well-Being

Presenter: Mitchel Rosen, Ph.D., Rutgers School of Public Health, Center for Public Health Workforce Development (CPHWD). The CPHWD has over forty years of experience administering occupational safety and health research, education, and training programs. It has significant experience developing training programs for disaster response and emergency preparedness activities. Dr. Rosen, director of the CPHWD, has over 30 years of experience in developing occupation safety and health and disaster preparedness programs.

Speaker(s): Mitchel Rosen, Ph.D., Rutgers School of Public Health, Center for Public Health Workforce Development (CPHWD)

Co-Sponsor(s): U.S. Small Business Administration – Cares Act Grant

Fee: No Cost

Jan
23
Sat
Financing A Small Business
Jan 23 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Topic: Financing

Interested in starting a business or expanding an existing business? Need financial assistance? This workshop will address these issues by providing information on determining money needs, SBA loans, venture capital, working with local banks, use of a business plan to secure financing, services provided by the Small Business Development Center.

Fee: $60

Code: XBUSD 009

Register: Call (732) 842-8685 or Register Online for Brookdale Community College.

Jan
27
Wed
Social Media Strategy
Jan 27 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Topic: Technology

Get your goals in gear with this new workshop! Your business social media strategy should be integrated within your overall marketing strategy. In this workshop, participants will learn how to implement a successful social media program by focusing on goals, appropriate social media channels for target markets, creating social media calendar, implementation and return on investment. Participants to walk out the door with a strategic social media plan of action.

Fee: $69

Code: XBUSD 079

Register: Call (732) 842-8685 or Register Online for Brookdale Community College.

Jan
28
Thu
Recovering Business Operations
Jan 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

This webinar will focus on the ability of a firm to quickly recover operations during periods of interrupted business service.

When a business is disrupted, this can result in significant financial hardships that may be detrimental to an organization. In order to restore operations, firms must develop and implement a recovery strategy that enables them to operate at a minimum level. The content of this webinar will include: • Remote working solutions • Identifying and prioritizing essential business functions • Emergency relocation • Emergency communications and notification • Supplier relations

Presenter: Mark Rodgers, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at the Rutgers Business School in the Department of Supply Chain Management

Dr. Rodgers currently teaches Demand Planning at Rutgers Business School. His research interests include simulation-based optimization, quantitative methods to assess the impact of supply chain disruptions and risk on operational performance.

Speaker(s): Presenter: Mark Rodgers, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at the Rutgers Business School in the Department of Supply Chain Management

Co-Sponsor(s): U.S. Small Business Administration – Cares Act Grant

Fee: No Cost

Feb
2
Tue
Sales Skills of the “Best of the Best”
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – Feb 9 @ 12:00 pm
Topic: Marketing and Sales (2 Sessions)

Note: This is the second of a three-part series on Sales & Customer Service running for 6 weeks in total on Tuesday mornings from 10:00 – 12:00 noon. You may opt to attend the entire series or any one of the two session topics.

This workshop will focus on the sales skills that the Best of the Best utilize on a consistent basis to result in sustainable sales success.

Prior to the completion of this workshop, participants will be provided with the understanding of the importance of the proposition of Value Selling versus Product Selling. Value Selling is the fundamental methodology utilized by the Best of the Best and should become a primary element of each sales associate on your sales team.

The areas of focus will include but not be limited to the following: • Critical “Soft Skills” • Value Selling

Access instructions will be provided after registration.

Fee: No Cost

Feb
8
Mon
Responding to Cyber Security Threats
Feb 8 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

This Cybersecurity webinar will go beyond intrusion detection and reactive remediation. It will provide insight on how to implement cost-effective measures designed to prevent cyber criminals from compromising the integrity of business-critical assets and information on a daily basis. It also covers written policies and procedures to develop, maintain and enforce both internally and publicly on the business’ website. Topics will also include federal and state laws that impact business operations and the business data typically collected and stored. Finally, this webinar will cover contractual obligations that clients may impose, and what business owners should expect and seek from vendors.

Presenter: Michelle Schaap, Member, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

Speaker(s): Michelle Schaap, Member, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

Co-Sponsor(s): U.S. Small Business Administration – Cares Act Grant

Fee: No Cost

Feb
9
Tue
Health and Safety Workplace Challenges for Employers
Feb 9 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

Many small businesses that have been scrambling for months to remain financially viable and implement health and safety measures. Now that distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine is underway in New Jersey, these employers are wondering if they can and should require employees to get a COVID-19 vaccine and what else they must continue to do to keep their workplaces safe.

In this seminar led by Employment Law Attorney Lisa Fried-Grodin we will address the following key issues:

Can an employer require an employee to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

How should an employer respond if employees object to getting the vaccine?

What other health and safety procedures do New Jersey businesses have to follow and what are the consequences if they are not implemented?

Ms. Fried-Grodin is a co-founder and partner of Meyers Fried-Grodin LLP, a New Jersey law firm focused exclusively on employment law.

Fee: No Cost

Feb
16
Tue
Removing the Road Blocks: Winning Negotiations
Feb 16 @ 10:00 am – Feb 23 @ 12:00 pm
Topic: Marketing and Sales (2 Sessions)

Note: This is the second of a three-part series on Sales & Customer Service running for 6 weeks in total on Tuesday mornings from 10:00 – 12:00 noon. You may opt to attend the entire series or any one of the two session topics.

During this workshop tactics which support achieving Winning Negotiations and Getting to Yes more consistently will be shared with the participants.

The course content will include but not be limited to the following: • Challenges to consider when conducting virtual negotiations • Practical methods for success in a virtual negotiation • Tactics to Remove Road Blocks associated with online negotiations and turn them into advantages

Access instructions will be provided after registration.

 

Fee: No Cost

Protecting Your Business from Cyber Fraud
Feb 16 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Topic: Disaster Mitigation This Cybersecurity webinar will go beyond intrusion detection and reactive remediation. It will provide insight on how to implement cost-effective measures designed to prevent cyber criminals from compromising the integrity of business-critical assets and information on a daily basis. It also covers written policies and procedures to develop, maintain and enforce both internally and publicly on the business’ website. Topics will also include federal and state laws that impact business operations and the business data typically collected and stored. Finally, this webinar will cover contractual obligations that clients may impose, and what business owners should expect and seek from vendors.

Fee: No Cost

Responding to Cyber Security Threats
Feb 16 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

This Cybersecurity webinar will go beyond intrusion detection and reactive remediation. It will provide insight on how to implement cost-effective measures designed to prevent cyber criminals from compromising the integrity of business-critical assets and information on a daily basis. It also covers written policies and procedures to develop, maintain and enforce both internally and publicly on the business’ website. Topics will also include federal and state laws that impact business operations and the business data typically collected and stored. Finally, this webinar will cover contractual obligations that clients may impose, and what business owners should expect and seek from vendors.

Presenter: Michelle Schaap, Member, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

Speaker(s): Michelle Schaap, Member, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC

Co-Sponsor(s): U.S. Small Business Administration – Cares Act Grant

Fee: No Cost

Feb
17
Wed
Avoiding COVID Infections…
Feb 17 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

Avoiding COVID Infections” is a webinar to help businesses learn how to implement effective measures to prevent infections.

It’s tempting to relax your resolve as restrictions lift as infections lessen. But the threat of infections remains. Learn how to proceed in this ever-changing landscape to keep your location, team, clients, and customers protected and safe. (The instruction will be approx. 1 hr, with additional time for Q&A.)

Fee: No Cost

Feb
18
Thu
Avoiding Credit Ruin
Feb 18 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

“Avoiding Credit Ruin” is designed to help businesses learn how to manage their credit throughout COVID-19.

Don’t let COVID-19 permanently affect your business’ operations because you’re no longer creditworthy! Learn the tools and skills needed to address issues on your personal and business credit reports before it’s too late. (The instruction will be approx. 1 hr, with additional time for Q&A.)

Fee: No Cost

Feb
25
Thu
From Brick and Mortar to Google & Social Media
Feb 25 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

“From Brick & Mortar to Google & Social Media” focuses on helping businesses turn their online marketing assets into sales. About this Event Digital marketing plays a huge role in operating in today’s climate. Learn how to turn your online marketing efforts into sales.

“From Brick & Mortar to Google & Social Media” (of the “Digitize & Socialize Series”) is designed to help businesses turn their online marketing assets into sales. NOTE: This webinar’s instruction is approx 1hr, with additional time for Q&A.

 

Fee: No Cost

Feb
26
Fri
Prepare and Plan Tax Updates for 2021
Feb 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Topic: Tax Planning

Tax planning has never been more important. With legislative updates in 2020, a new presidential administration in office, and the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to surge through the country, there are many tax changes to be aware of for 2021 and beyond.

Avoid surprises by planning ahead. Our complimentary Alloy Academy webinar presentation will discuss what you need to know before you prepare your 2020 tax return from individual taxes and corporate taxes to federal and state taxes and more.

Fee: No Cost

Mar
4
Thu
Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Webinar
Mar 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

Join us to learn about this unprecedented program for $15 billion in grants to shuttered venues, to be administered by the SBA’s Office of Disaster Assistance.

Topics will include: What is an eligible entity? How to calculate your maximum grant. Shuttered Venue grants versus PPP loans. What documents do you need to get ready for an application? Do you need to register in the System for Award Management (SAM.gov)? How can these funds be used?

Fee: No Cost

Mar
29
Mon
DIGITAL MARKETING SERIES, Part 1 – Digital Marketing In a Virtual Business World
Mar 29 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
DIGITAL MARKETING SERIES, Part 1 - Digital Marketing In a Virtual Business World @ Online
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Discover digital marketing strategies that your team can implement in-house efficiently and some times using no cost tools.

Get the ins and outs on how YOU can be more effective at digital marketing for your small business. Learn what techniques you can use NOW to market your business online. This presentation will be led by Shakira M. Brown, NJSBDC at TCNJ Marketing Counselor and Award-Winning Branding and Business Communication Strategist.

This is part one in a five part series. Those who attend all five workshops will be awarded a certificate of completion in Digital Marketing.

Presented by the New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Brookdale Community College, the United States Small Business Administration, and the NJ Business Action Center.

IMPORTANT: Your webinar access information will be provided in your registration confirmation from another system. To avoid the chance of that email ending up in your Junk folder, add this address to your safe list – centeric@clients.njsbdc.com.

 

Fee: No Cost

Apr
5
Mon
DIGITAL MARKETING SERIES, Part 2 – Getting More Out of Your Google My Business
Apr 5 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
DIGITAL MARKETING SERIES, Part 2 - Getting More Out of  Your Google My Business @ Online
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Learn how you can maximize your Google My Business Page.

If you have a free Google My Business page, you might not be getting the most out of it. You will learn ways to be more engaged on this free search marketing platform. This presentation will be led by Shakira M. Brown, NJSBDC at TCNJ Marketing Counselor and Award-Winning Branding and Business Communication Strategist.

This is part two in a five part series.

Presented by the New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Brookdale Community College, the United States Small Business Administration, and the NJ Business Action Center.

IMPORTANT: Your webinar access information will be provided in your registration confirmation from another system. To avoid the chance of that email ending up in your Junk folder, add this address to your safe list – centeric@clients.njsbdc.com.

 

Fee: No Cost

Apr
7
Wed
FUSION MARKETING: The Spirit of Cooperation in the Covid19 Era & Beyond
Apr 7 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Fusion Marketing is one of the most underused, inexpensive, and effective methods of Guerrilla Marketing. Jay Conrad Levinson, the Father of Guerrilla Marketing, revolutionized marketing through strategies-based time, energy and imagination. Imagination is the operative word in Fusion Marketing, a theory grounded in cooperation and using a wide range of marketing vehicles to communicate a brand’s intended message.

You’ll discover how Fusion Marketing has the power to explode your marketing exposures to attract more customers and greater profitability.

Fee: No Cost

Apr
12
Mon
DIGITAL MARKETING SERIES, Part 3 – Low & No Cost Tools to Supercharge Content
Apr 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Discover how to make your digital marketing content and posts look better than ever to engage more prospects and clients online. Get the skinny on what tools you can use RIGHT NOW to make eye-catching online content yourself and how to share it more often. This presentation will be led by Shakira M. Brown, NJSBDC at TCNJ Marketing Counselor and Award-Winning Branding and Business Communication Strategist.

This is part three in a five part series.

Presented by the New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Brookdale Community College, the United States Small Business Administration, and the NJ Business Action Center.

IMPORTANT: Your webinar access information will be provided in your registration confirmation from another system. To avoid the chance of that email ending up in your Junk folder, add this address to your safe list – centeric@clients.njsbdc.com.

 

Fee: No Cost

Apr
13
Tue
Positioning and Branding for Minority Businesses
Apr 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Topic: Business Basics

The goal of this nine-session course is to aid minority entrepreneurs in strengthening their competitive advantage by leveraging proven positioning and brand development strategies, as well as increasing awareness of opportunities for inclusion in supplier diversity programs.

Intensity of competition is the driving force affecting the performance of every level of management today, whether it is a small retail outlet, a service firm, or a dominant multinational corporation. A business’ survival depends on how well its product or service is positioned to satisfy important customer needs; how it differentiates itself from competitors; and how well it builds consumer loyalty, market leadership, and profitable growth. This discipline of positioning and brand development is a must for minority business owners who face the challenge of growing their businesses while remaining competitive.

The nine-week class will be an interactive experience focused on teaching minority entrepreneurs how to leverage these times of uncertainty and opportunity to increase their business capacity, as well as help improve their brand identities and maximize resources.

Instructor: LaNella Hooper-William, Hooper Williams Communications

 

Fee: No Cost

Apr
19
Mon
DIGITAL MARKETING SERIES, Part 4 – Harness Video Story Marketing
Apr 19 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
DIGITAL MARKETING SERIES, Part 4 - Harness Video Story Marketing @ Online
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Are you using video to tell more stories to gain the attention of potential customers? Attend this webinar to learn simple techniques to use video in a meaningful way. This presentation will be led by Shakira M. Brown, NJSBDC at TCNJ Marketing Counselor and Award-Winning Branding and Business Communication Strategist.

This is part four in a five part series.

Presented by the New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Brookdale Community College, the United States Small Business Administration, and the NJ Business Action Center.

IMPORTANT: Your webinar access information will be provided in your registration confirmation from another system. To avoid the chance of that email ending up in your Junk folder, add this address to your safe list – centeric@clients.njsbdc.com.

 

Fee: No Cost

Apr
20
Tue
Access to Capital, 504 & 7A Loans
Apr 20 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Access to Capital, 504 & 7A Loans @ Online
Topic: Financing

Gaining access to capital to sustain and grow your business has never been more important. SBA 504 and 7A loans meet specific, but different, needs for small businesses.

Join our experts to get a clear understanding of these products to determine which best meets your needs. After the presentations, meet one-on-one with lenders to privately discuss your specific needs.

IMPORTANT: Registration confirmation and access instructions will be sent from another website. To avoid the chance of that email ending up in your Junk folder, add this address to your safe list – centeric@clients.njsbdc.com.

 

Fee: No Cost

Apr
26
Mon
DIGITAL MARKETING SERIES, Part 5 – Instagram for Your Small Business
Apr 26 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
DIGITAL MARKETING SERIES, Part 5 - Instagram for Your Small Business @ Online
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Instagram has the attention of millions and there are many things you can do to engage with followers. How are you leveraging this platform? Learn techniques to keep content fresh on Instagram and plus discover features improve your presence. This presentation will be led by Shakira M. Brown, NJSBDC at TCNJ Marketing Counselor and Award-Winning Branding and Business Communication Strategist.

This is part five in a five part series.

Presented by the New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Brookdale Community College, the United States Small Business Administration, and the NJ Business Action Center.

IMPORTANT: Your webinar access information will be provided in your registration confirmation from another system. To avoid the chance of that email ending up in your Junk folder, add this address to your safe list – centeric@clients.njsbdc.com.

 

Fee: No Cost

Apr
28
Wed
Social Media Using Twitter and Instagram
Apr 28 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Topic: Technology

Is your business ready to expand its social media reach to include the use of hashtags, microblogging and images? Twitter and Instagram are social networks that focus on short messages and images that optimize the use of hashtags for search. In this workshop, participants will learn the basics and benefits of creating a presence on these two platforms. An overview of best practices and ample time for Q&A and how-to demonstrations will be provided.

Fee: $ 69.00

Code: XBUSD 082

Register: Call (732) 842-8685 or Register Online for Brookdale Community College

Sep
25
Sat
Financing A Small Business
Sep 25 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Topic: Financing

Interested in starting a business or expanding an existing business? Need financial assistance? This workshop will address these issues by providing information on determining money needs, SBA loans, venture capital, working with local banks, use of a business plan to secure financing, services provided by the Small Business Development Center.

Fee: $60

Code: XBUSD 009

Register: Call (732) 842-8685 or Register Online for Brookdale Community College.

Oct
13
Wed
Social Media Strategy
Oct 13 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Topic: Technology

Get your goals in gear with this new workshop! Your business social media strategy should be integrated within your overall marketing strategy. In this workshop, participants will learn how to implement a successful social media program by focusing on goals, appropriate social media channels for target markets, creating social media calendar, implementation and return on investment. Participants to walk out the door with a strategic social media plan of action.

Fee: $69

Code: XBUSD 079

Register: Call (732) 842-8685 or Register Online for Brookdale Community College.

Dec
2
Thu
Clínica de Crédito y Gestión Financiera
Dec 2 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 23 @ 7:30 pm

Establecer crédito personal es la base para construir crédito comercial. ¡Permítanos ayudarlo a descubrir cómo!.

Nuestra Clínica de Gestión Financiera y Crédito se acerca rápidamente y no querrá perdérsela. En esta serie de seminarios web de cuatro partes y sin costo, cubrimos todo lo que necesita saber para controlar su crédito y comenzar a construir su crédito comercial. Con la reciente violación de Equifax, es más importante que nunca comprender su crédito personal para que pueda desarrollar un archivo de crédito comercial.

¡No pierda esta oportunidad de aprender a construir y mejorar su crédito ahora!. Esta serie de seminarios web se realiza los jueves consecutivos a partir del 2 de diciembre y se extiende hasta el 23 de diciembre de 12 p.m. a 1:30 p.m.

Todos los participantes deben asistir a los cuatro seminarios web para aprovechar al máximo esta serie:

1- Módulo – Administración Financiera (Jueves, 2 de diciembre).

2- Módulo – Saber Proyectar Sus Venta (Jueves, 9 de diciembre).

3- Módulo – Curso de Crédito (Jueves 16 de diciembre).

4-  Módulo – Aplicación concreta (Jueves de diciembre

Fee: No Cost

 

Dec
4
Sat
Financing A Small Business
Dec 4 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Financing A Small Business @ Online
Topic: Financing

Interested in starting a business or expanding an existing business? Need financial assistance? This workshop will address these issues by providing information on determining money needs, SBA loans, venture capital, working with local banks, use of a business plan to secure financing, services provided by the Small Business Development Center.

Fee: $60

Code: XBUSD 009

Register: Call (732) 842-8685 or Register Online for Brookdale Community College.