SBDC Networking: How to Stay Connected in a COVID-19 World 3/2/22

How does your business stay visible during a post-COVID-19 world? How do you reach out to new and existing customers, learn about business opportunities, and industry trends? Simple. Networking!

Learn why networking is essential and how you can gain the upper hand. Whether finding resources for your company or generating leads, identifying suppliers, partners, and employees, networking can be transformational to your success.

Key Learning Points:
(1) How to prepare a short elevator pitch for a networking event
(2) How to prepare for an in-person networking event
(3) How to network using social media

Please Note:

Join us virtually for this informative session! A webinar link will be sent upon registration.

IMPORTANT: It is best viewed on a desktop or screen larger than a smartphone (i.e., iPad, etc.).

 


The Small Business Development Center is funded at the Community Business Partnership through a cooperative agreement between George Mason University and the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Wednesday, March 2, 2022
1:00 pm-2:00 pm

COST: $0

Location:

Zoom

 


REGISTER

Please Note

Please log onto the webinar timely.

Questions? 

See our FAQs page or contact Mindi Schools, Training & Outreach Coordinator at (703) 459-9890 or email at mindi@cbponline.org

         


The Community Business Partnership is an equal opportunity service provider, lender, and employer.

Speaker: Robert P. “Bob” Rogers

Meet Robert P. “Bob” Rogers

“I started Becky’s Pet Care in 1998 and, thanks to CBP’s expert and caring staff, now have a strong business with over 160 employees.


Becky O’Neil, President, Becky’s Pet Care, Springfield, VA
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