(PRWEB) December 3, 2004
There's a reason why over 100,000 searches for 'home-based' and 'small business' hit the search engines recently. And why over 80,000 searches for 'online training' were initiated. Time-pressed entrepreneurs, who are busy trying to make their small businesses a success, just don't have the luxury of attending an off-site training class or seminar no matter how badly they need the knowledge, so they turn to the Internet for help.
"That's why the Small Biz Boot Camp was born," said Denise O'Berry, President of The Small Business Edge Corp. in Odessa, Florida and Small Biz Boot Camp Leader. "Our small business courses will provide small business owners with what they want to learn right now. They can save time and get the help they need from top small business experts -- even if it's two in the morning. They control what topic they want to learn about, when they take the course and how long it takes to complete."
"Most courses can be completed in about an hour," O'Berry says. "That's the beauty of the boot camp concept. If I need this chunk of knowledge to complete this task right now, I can get it. For example, if a small business owner is working on creating a marketing piece and needs to know the best approach, she can turn to the Small Biz Boot Camp. There's no need to search around, going from Website to Website reading a lot of 'marketing hype' to figure out what to do. Nor will she have to buy ebooks that will sit on her computer and never get read."
With Small Biz Boot Camp courses, small business owners can learn online anytime, anywhere, at their own pace. Most courses will cost around $20, a small price to pay for practical business information presented by small business experts with real-life experience.
Small Biz Boot Camp is the online training solution for entrepreneurs, home-based and small business owners who are seeking the right knowledge for business success right now. It's a dynamic learning center accessible right from their home or office -- without traveling or waiting for a class to fill up with students. And the only technology needed is a computer with access to the Internet.
Courses will be presented in a PowerPointÂ® slide show, flash or online video format. Many have audio that will walk the learner through the course. And each course will be like having an expert consultant sitting across the table coaching the small business owner through every step of the learning process.
Only four courses are currently available from the Small Biz Boot Camp, but many more will be online soon. For more information, visit http://www.smallbiz-bootcamp.com
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