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Learn From the Experts with SCORE’s Small Business Training Workshops

Find low or no-cost, targeted training in both in-person and online formats on topics that matter to you and your small business. Join a business expert at an interactive in-person or virtual workshop or learn at your own pace with one of our recorded webinars. 

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Small Business Savvy: Email Marketing Best Practices for 2023

Research shows email marketing is still the best channel to reach people, even with the increase in popularity of social media and other messaging platforms. If you are wondering if you should get started or continue with your email marketing, the answer is YES!

 During this session, we'll cover best practices for using email marketing to build and maintain your relationship with your audience.  Presented in partnership with the Ypsilanti District Library.

 Topics included:

·         Developing your Strategy

·         Building your List

·         Designing your Campaign

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Small Business Savvy: Canva 101 for Beginners

Are you looking for a free dynamic resource for your small business graphic design needs?  Canva is an amazing graphic design tool and is much easier to learn than you might think. You can achieve excellent results in a few clicks to create social media graphics, presentations, documents, and more.  During this session, we'll focus on how to get started using the Canva platform for your small business design needs.  Presented in partnership with the Ypsilanti District Library.

 Topics we’ll cover:

·         Navigating your Account

·         Creating a design from scratch

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