Tracking Your Business Using Spreadsheets
In this presentation, business attorney Kimberly Hanlon will cover the differences between the most common types of business structures for small businesses and the pros and cons of each one.
This webinar will walk you through the key factors and strategies to increase the visibility of your website within Google search.
7 Ways to Ward Off Cyber Attacks & Strengthen your Security Posture to Mitigate Risks
What does it take to set AND achieve ambitious goals so you can uplevel your business and life?
Where’s the Money?
Sourcing Capital for Your Business
Identifying and accessing sources of debt and equity capital for small businesses and entrepreneurs is a never ending challenge.
Join us for an overview of this resource guide to sources and types of capital for small businesses in the Twin Cities to St. Cloud, Duluth and the Western Wisconsin border from Superior to Lake Pepin.
Learn how you can use this reference resource to identify sources of capital for your business and clients. This directory is designed as a reference for entrepreneurs, small business owners, SCORE
Join us to discover the free tools available from your library at no cost with high quality, easy to use research resources.
In this workshop, you'll learn some best practices and marketing tips to hire better, faster in this competitive market.
Learn how to work less AND double your sales when you implement key business strategies and beliefs which Ursula Mentjes will share during this power-packed presentation.
Learn strategies for how to dress to foster self-confidence and to represent your business with authenticity and professionalism that help you and your business stand out.
This webinar will help you better understand and apply: Pricing’s roles in your business’ marketing mix, and the five critical perspectives that should influence your business’ pricing strategies and tactics.
There’s No “I” in Team: HR Basics: When Growing from Start-Up to 20+ Employees
You’ve done all the work to get your business up and running, and you are starting to see the momentum build. Suddenly, you find yourself starting to overflow and feel the need to bring in your first employee. Or maybe you’ve had 5 employees the last couple years, and now see your business ready to expand to the next level.
Then, you feel that rumble in your gut and the realization that your business’s success - and your dream - is more and more in the hands of your employees.
How do you know when