What do we do during National Entrepreneurship Week in South Florida?
We gather the best, the forward-thinkers, the experts and the ones that have "walked the talk" for a full day of education and inspiration for entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Hosted by the Hispanic Entrepreneur Initiative (HEI), this one-day event brings together leaders in the marketing, sales, finance and entrepreneurship from South Florida and beyond.
About the Event
69% of people search for a local business at least one time per month. Can your business be found online?
Treasure Valley SCORE and TE Digital presents the first webinar in our small business marketing series, Making Sense of Online Marketing. If you’re just getting started with online marketing or not seeing the results you’ve hoped for…this webinar is for you.
You’ll learn the foundational elements that will help you get the word out about your business, and you won’t need a marketing degree to do it!
In this webinar we’ll cover:
- Struggling to find new clients?
- Fighting to fill your schedule every day?
- Wanting to attract higher paying clients?
Join us for our FREE “Proven Strategies to Land New Clients with the Growth Formula” webinar
You will walk away with ways to apply immediate action in some of the following areas:
In the busy inbox, you have just a few milliseconds to convince someone to open your email.
Beyond the relationship you’ve been building with your contacts, your subject line must capture their attention and entice them to open and read your email.
In this one-hour presentation, we’ll provide tips and plenty of examples to get you writing subject lines that work.
Learn how to promote your products online using Google tools. We’ll show how local brick-and-mortar businesses can list products on a Google Business Profile
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