The first segment of the three-part series, "Building Blocks for Your Small Business @ Your Library" was a success. There was a great crowd, the speakers were excellent, but we really missed you. However, we were thinking about you.
We decided to record two of the sessions. Brenda Cox from the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) led the first section, entitled "Selling to the Government." She discussed how to get the government to recognize your small business and then how to go about obtaining a contract from the government for your business.
Selling to the Government
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In the second session, "Marketing and Advertising," Hutch Cole of S.C.O.R.E. and Joe Primm of the SBDC discuss marketing and advertising your company's services and products.
Marketing and Advertising
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The wisdom and experience of these speakers is sure to help entrepreneurs and that's why the Birmingham Public Library is proud to offer these recordings.
We hope that you'll join us for the next segment entitled, "Protecting Your Business,"which will be held October 3rd, 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m., in the Downtown Library's Auditorium.
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