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How to Start Your Online Business for Next to No Money
Recorded Webinar (online)
Online business owner
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Do you want to start your own online business but are worried about the upfront costs? You're not alone. Many aspiring entrepreneurs face this hurdle when they begin their digital entrepreneurial journey. But starting your online business doesn't have to break the bank! 

In this webinar, our expert presenters will show you practical and cost-effective strategies for starting your business website. From building your digital foundation to running and marketing your website, this webinar is your guide to getting started with minimal financial investment.

Learning objectives:

  • How to set up your digital foundation without breaking the bank
  • When and where to make strategic investments
  • How to bring customers to your website once it's built
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About the presenters
Jessica Baldwin
Jessica Baldwin
Jessica is the Co-Founder of Cardsetter, a new and easy to use website platform with custom design and setup included. Jessica has been helping small businesses launch successful websites for over seven years.
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