Irvine, CA (PRWEB) May 06, 2013
The Irvine Chamber’s Micropreneur® Program http://www.irvinemicropreneur.com, is designed to teach entrepreneurs and small business owners how to raise capital, market their products, develop new business opportunities, manage finances and plan for greater prosperity. The May webinar lineup features topics on getting more business through better web content, how to secure government contracts, how to measure success on the web and developing internships that work. The webinars are free for all to participate and take place every Thursday from 12pm-1pm.
The Irvine Micropreneur® Program May Line-Up:
May 9, 2013
“Get More Business Through Better Web Content”
Increase search engine rankings by developing the right content for the web. Presented by SEO specialist Larry MacDonald.
May 16, 2013
“How to Secure Government Contracts”
Mike Wray, Director of Business Development for Bidspeed will discuss how to find government opportunities for businesses, building federal pipelines and influencing procurement strategies.
March 23, 2013
“How Do You Measure Success on the Web?”
Vanessa Fox, the author of “Marketing in the Age of Google” will discuss using key pieces of data to better drive product strategy and customer engagement online.
March 30, 2013
“Developing Internships That Work”
Presented by Brandman University, topics that will be discussed will include how interns are classified for employment purposes, finding funds to help hire interns and potential development to full-time employee status.
The free Micropreneur® Webinars are scheduled for every Thursday, 12pm to 1pm and feature a different topic each week. Past archived programs can be accessed in the multimedia section of http://www.irvineecondev.com. To learn more about the Irvine Micropreneur® Program visit: http://www.irvinemicropreneur.com, or contact Victor DiCarlo at (949) 502-4128.
About the Irvine Chamber of Commerce
The Irvine Chamber of Commerce is one of the most influential Chamber’s in Orange County representing hundreds of local businesses. The Chamber’s mission is to promote an economic climate that strengthens the competitiveness of local businesses, while offering members a wide range of benefits, services, programs and information. The Irvine Chamber is one of only 250 Chambers in the U.S. who meet the requirements for accreditation by the U.S. Chamber. For more information, please call 949-660-9112, or visit http://www.irvinechamber.com.