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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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Intro to Google Analytics 4 | 6/7/2023

Do you know what’s working and what’s not on your website? Google Analytics is a free tool offering a wealth of information about your website traffic volume, traffic sources, user behavior and audience preferences.

Creating a Career & Life Portfolio | 6/12/2023

Have you ever considered creating a vision of what your life should look like? Here’s an executive seminar that will inspire you to do just that. The presenter will share a number of key developments and milestones that led him in that direction.

Social Media Basics | 6/19/2023

This workshop offers an introduction to the Top 5 social media channels and local business listings to generate free marketing exposure. We’ll review simple tips and little-known tricks to optimize your social media for the greatest marketing advantage.

Franchising for 2023 | 7/19/2023

2020 saw 4.4 million new businesses created in US. That was a 25% increase over 2019. 2022 saw 5.4 million new businesses created in US. That was a 20% increase over 2021. What will 2023 bring? Is 2023 the year you consider starting a new business? We will discuss: 

  • Is owning a franchise a good way to diversify my portfolio?
  • What kind of franchises are people starting?
  • What are the “hot” industries for 2023?
  • Are people able to keep their jobs and start a franchise?
  • How can a franchise help me towards retirement
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