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Get No-Cost Training from Business Experts

Find 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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Silicon Valley Local Workshops
Win Customers With Your Website - 4/5/23

How do you set your website up to win over customers? Your website has to attract and engage visitors, educate hem about your products and services, and convert them into customers. Success begins with a plan!

Should I Start a Business? - 4/14/2023

So, you have an idea for a business. Now what? We can help you decide whether and how to proceed. This workshop is presented at no charge in conjunction with the NOVA Job Center

Get to Know Your Lease - 5/10/23

Get to Know Your Lease

Many businesses are in rented spaces and therefore have a commercial lease. These are tricky and usually long and complicated. This class is designed to help you understand the basics of commercial leases and how to understand them. You will learn about NNN leases, options, assigning and subleasing. You will learn about the questions to ask the landlord. 

This class is taught by Mel Weisblatt who is a business broker with over 30 years experience. In that time he has helped hundreds of buyers and sellers understand their leases. Understanding is the first step to

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c/o San Jose Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 149
San Jose, CA 95103
(408) 453-6237

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