Irvine, California (PRWEB) March 20, 2012
The Irvine Micropreneur Program, a series of weekly webinars targeting small companies ("Micropreneurs"), will host a presentation called "Making Progress With Your Small business In A Difficult Economy" on Thursday, April 5th, 2012. The presentation will feature the Host for the Irvine Micropreneur Program, Robert Coleman, as the presenter. "Although the economy has certainly improved from a couple of years ago, many small companies are still struggling economically", stated Robert Coleman. "This is true across the boards, from innovative startups to Main Street retail businesses. Unlike larger companies, very small companies rarely have access to the financial and intellectual resources available to large corporations. Still, there are steps that a small business can take that are innovative and effective at changing the course of a company for the better".
The program will emphasize action items that can produce results quickly for a small business that can be accomplished with relatively little investment. "This particular presentation will concentrate on producing a positive result as quickly as possible", commented Mr. Coleman. "I think it's important for a business owner to get positive reinforcement quickly to increase the person's confidence that things can get better".
Robert Coleman has been an advisor to small businesses for over twenty five years and is the Founder of the Pacific Venture Club in Northern California. He has reviewed several thousand small businesses and has interviewed numerous successful entrepreneurs for broadcast radio and Internet programs. The Irvine Micropreneur Program is sponsored by the City of Irvine, California Chamber of Commerce. Participation in the webinar on April 5th is free and can be attended by anyone with a computer with Internet access and a phone. The presentation will occur from Noon until 1 P.M. Pacific Standard Time. For login instructions, see http://www.irvinemicropreneur.com.
For more information on the Irvine Micropreneur Program, visit the website at http://www.irvinemicropreneur.com.
For more information on the Irvine Chamber of Commerce, visit the website at http://www.irvinechamber.com.
For more information on the Pacific Venture Club, visit the website at http://www.pacificventureclub.com.