This is the culmination of a renewed effort by the NJSBDC and its partners to bring together amazing experts to help established NJ businesses move the needle with their Internet strategies.
Newark, NJ (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers network, also known as America's SBDC New Jersey, has coordinated the first multi-organizational #LearnToEarn event, hosted by Resident Internet Expert Sunny Kancherla live from NJIT’s Enterprise Development Center from 5:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on June 24, 25 and 26.
So, stop wasting time and money trying to figure out the "secret" to marketing your business Online. In three evenings, you'll know everything you need to do to build a strong foundation for your Internet presence and move forward with the confidence you need to focus on growing your business, not fooling around on a computer guessing on what you should do next.
This special NJSBDC #LearnToEarn series is designed to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of New Jersey's established small business community while providing resources tailored to helping business grow through the development of a digital strategy encompassing Internet Marketing, operational efficiency, and an ROI focused implementation of technology from small business advocates who have succeeded online themselves!
Each event features the NJSBDC's Kancherla and local small business advocates, consultants, and experts from different partner organizations to discuss their perspectives and share best practices in a collaborative learning environment including workshops and one-on-one consulting sessions.
Topics include 'How to Improve your Small Business Website', 'Social Media Tactics to Raise Your ROI' and 'Integrating Digital Strategy to Boost Efficiency and Sales'.
Also these events are part of the NJSBDC #LearnToEarn series NJSBDC began in 2014 to bring E-Business webinars to different organizations and academic institutions across the state, this is the first time so many organizations a topics have been put together under one roof.
Participating organizations include:
- New Jersey Small Business Development Center (NJSBDC)
- Greater Newark Enterprises Corporation (GNEC)
- Rutgers Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CUEED / EPI)
- New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Enterprise Development Center (NJIT EDC)
- Brick City Development Center (BCDC)
- National Association of Professional Women (NAPW)
These events are designed to help raise awareness of the NJSDBC’s commitment to helping small business owners seamlessly integrate their business with a well laid out digital strategic plan and provide the instruction to leave the conference with the tools to grow their business.
“This is the culmination of a renewed effort by the NJSBDC and its partners to bring together amazing experts to help established NJ businesses move the needle with their Internet strategies, said Kancherla. “We have so many great organizations trying to help business owners better compete in an increasingly time starved and global competitive landscape. Most businesses owners are struggling to find the time to setup their businesses 'the right way' online. So, this event allows businesses to develop a strong foundation under expert guidance of the NJSBDC E-Business division and other strategic small business advocates dedicated to providing them resources to help them grow."
The program is free to approved clients of any of the existing organizations and the general public can participate in the interactive webinars and network online with businesses attending the event for $75 each or $200 for all three.
Small Business Owners should contact their respective organizations promptly to receive their registration code as soon as possible.
Special events, pro bono strategic consulting, and workshops will be available for those participants.
This week is designed to help growing New Jersey small businesses learn the correct approach to build out their website, learn how to make Social Media work for them, and lastly how to creatively integrate their online and offline campaigns with little additional effort.
Interested in entering for the chance to receive a Pro Bono expert website and Internet Presence Analysis and attending workshops? That too is available.
Contact Shy Hopkins at shopkins(at)njsbdc(dot)com for further information.
Registration is currently available on NJSBDC.com. The registration page is http://bit.ly/njsbdc-internetmarketingweek-2014.
Each evening will follow a similar format with registration and networking beginning at 5:15 p.m., NJSBDC Webinar Broadcast, interactive live expert discussion and informal business networking.
About America’s SBDC New Jersey (NJSBDC)
This non-profit network is a federal-state-educational partnership. Its expert staff and business practitioners help small business owners and entrepreneurs with every stage of business development and growth. The network headquarters is located at the Rutgers Business School in Newark. Its major funding partner is the U.S. Small Business Administration. The New Jersey Business Action Center is an additional funding partner of the NJSBDC program as well as other public and private grants/sponsorships. The NJSBDC network (America’s SBDC New Jersey) is an accredited member of the national network of SBDCs, with more than 1,000 centers and satellite offices throughout the country serving and assisting small businesses and saving and creating jobs across the nation. For more information, visit http://www.njsbdc.com.