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Free Business Growth Conference for National Small Business Week

Posted by Concannon Miller on Mon, May 6, 2019

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small business week 2019As part of National Small Business Week, the U.S. Small Business Administration and SCORE are hosting a free business growth and advisory virtual conference for small businesses.

The event features eight online webinars on May 7 and 8, 2019, or on demand after.

The live webinars include:

  • The U.S. Economic Outlook and Its Impact on Small Businesses
  • Making Sense of Online Marketing: A Simple Checklist for Success
  • Mastering Control of Your Cash Flow
  • Creating Effective Online Ads
  • The Culture Imperative: Drive Growth with Customer Obsession
  • SBA Funding Programs Explained
  • How to do Business with the Federal Government
  • Disasters Happen: How to Prepare Your Business and Recover


The virtual conference also includes networking chat rooms, business advice from mentors, giveaways, and free resources from sponsor booths. More information and registration can be found here. 

READ MORE: Think Like a CFO: How Small Business Owners Can Boost Their Bottom Line

In Pennsylvania, the Department of Community and Economic Development also is planning Small Business Week events, it announced last week.

Pennsylvania also offers online resources for small businesses year round at its Pennsylvania Business One-Stop Shop at business.pa.gov. The website offers advise on business planning, registration, operations and growth.

READ MORE: Tax Tips for Starting a Small Business

Here at Concannon Miller, we’ve advised small business owners for almost 60 years. Check out our comprehensive white papers on business growth or our blog for additional business resources.

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Concannon Miller’s unique, holistic and intimate approach to financial health sets us apart from smaller CPA firms with more limited resources as well as mega firms where mid-sized clients struggle for attention. Contact us here to talk about improving your business.

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