San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) June 19, 2012
The North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and Generations Federal Credit Union will present the second session in a four-part Small Business How 2 Series from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 28 at the Airport Hilton. The Chamber’s Small Business How 2 Series is designed to provide local small business owners with the tools, information and resources to expand their growing business and will cover such topics as social media, leadership and lending.
“Generations has a strong history of supporting our community through business lending,” said Bonnie Garcia, director of business development with Generations Federal Credit Union. “Important initiatives such as the North Chamber’s Small Business How 2 series allows us to reach out into the business community and be their financial advocate, to help eliminate the stress and struggle that some small business owners go through.”
The second session of the How 2 series is entitled, “How to market your business with social media.” Topics and speakers will include Lara August of Robot Creative who will discuss managing your presence on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter; Roland Benson of Benson Design will discuss website development and integrating your online presence; and finally Janet H. Ayyad of Haynes and Boone, L.L.P. will discuss the legal implications of social media in the small business environment. An optional consultation hour will immediately follow the event.
To register, individuals should visit the North San Antonio Chamber’s Small Business How 2 Series website. Registration is $25 and includes breakfast and complimentary parking. Additional Small Business How 2 Series events will also be held on Thursday, August 30 and Thursday, December 6.
“Partnering with the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce to support this great series helps Generations to continue our more than two decade history of helping local small business owners as they grow and expand their businesses, create jobs and build a better future for our community,” concluded Garcia.