BizSuccess Tips - April 2018
 
 
May 1 - May 3:  
National Small Business Week Virtual Conference
 
The U.S. Small Business Administration and SCORE Association will host a free, three-day virtual conference during National Small Business Week. The conference will take place Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 3 between 12:30 p.m. ET - 6:30 p.m. ET each day.

Participate in this online conference to listen to practiced advice on current business strategies, meet other business owners, and chat with industry experts. The virtual conference will offer the best parts of an in-person conference, without the hassle of traveling. A schedule of live events will be sent to registrants via email.

Webinar1How to Make Your First $500K in Sales: Harness Your Untapped Resources

April 5 @ 1 p.m. EST  / 10 a.m. PST
Ready to ramp up your revenue?

This webinar will help you discover accessible resources that can exponentially increase your sales.


Struggling in your business? 

In this webinar, Susan Solovic, THE Small Business Expert, will offer tips to set your business apart from the competition.


FreelancerPrevent Workplace Injuries and Lower Costs

April 12 @ 1 p.m. EST  / 10 a.m. PST
What safety hazards do your employees face? 

In this webinar, we will discuss the processes for hazard identification, evaluation, prioritization, and control, along with a brief review of selected OSHA regulations applicable to small businesses.


AppsHR 101 - Hiring, Onboarding and Paying Employees

April 19 @ 1 p.m. EST  / 10 a.m. PST
What HR basics are you overlooking?

This webinar will provide a successful roadmap for consistent HR policies. (Sponsored by Paychex).



FiveShortcutsInternet Security Challenges for Small Businesses

April 26 @ 1 p.m. EST  / 10 a.m. PST
Is your small business vulnerable to cyber security breach?

Trend Micro Initiative for Education presents this webinar to small business owners on cyber security precautions.


 
SCORE helps you succeed!
Check out one of our latest success stories.
 
Eleni Theodorou pursued her passion for writing while holding a corporate job. Her first children's book, Noko the Knight, opened up opportunities for her to talk about its anti-bullying
themes with groups of children and adults. Now she now works as an anti-bullying educator in partnership with schools in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.  
 
How SCORE helped:
Theodorou worked with mentors Richard Kitaeff, George Ginsberg and Larry Matte on myriad subjects including corporate sponsorship, networking, business plans, and website development. "Their wealth of knowledge, their encouragement, and their holding me accountable to get my 'homework' done has pushed me and my company to even greater success," she says.