To combat the spread of COVID-19, Sul Ross State University SBDC will be providing virtual meetings with clients on as needed basis. Our advisors are here to help answer your questions. We are committed to supporting you during this challenging time. Please contact each advisor through phone or email as follows:
Cynthia Gomez
Senior Business Advisor
Eagle Pass, TX
Phone: 830.758.5026
Maricela Brown
Business Advisor
Eagle Pass, TX
Phone: 830.758.5024
Janie Medina
Business Advisor
Carrizo Springs, TX
Phone: 830.876.1264
Juan Gallegos, Jr.
Senior Business Advisor
Del Rio, TX
Phone: 830.703.4811
Kevin Gonzalez
Business Advisor
Uvalde, TX
Phone: 830.279.3018


OCTOBER
2020
MAKE YOUR WEBSITE WORK FOR YOU (GROW WITH GOOGLE)
In this presentation, learners will discover how to create a search-friendly website that drives user action and supports their goals. Whether launching a new website or sprucing up an old one, this workshop will help.

In this workshop we’ll discuss best practices and characteristics of a great website:
  • It’s goal-oriented
  • It’s organized and easy-to-search
  • It’s useful 
  • It’s functional 
  • It’s intuitive to use, on any device, and 
  • Last not least, it’s findable by search engines

DATE: OCTOBER 28, 2020
TIME: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
A SIMPLE ONLINE MARKETING PLAN FOR RETAIL HOLIDAY SUCCESS
The 2020 holiday season is likely to be different from past years.Online marketing and the ability to sell online are critical to your success.

During this free one-hour webinar, we’ll guide you through planning your holiday marketing strategy for your retail store. We’ll provide tips and ideas for leveraging online channels and reaching the people who matter most.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
  • How to plan your marketing for the holidays
  • How to execute your holiday plan
  • How to prepare for ongoing success after the holidays

DATE: OCTOBER 29, 2020
TIME: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
TIPS FOR SMALL BUSINESS LEADERS MANAGING SOCIAL MEDIA DURING COVID-19
Small business owners have been hit hard in recent months. From forced closures to staff layoffs and increased pressure to connect with customers authentically, the road has been far from smooth. Many businesses have lost most of their communication avenues with customers except for social media.

For those not accustomed to prioritizing social, this has presented a steep learning curve.