Events Calendar - Chamber Of Commerce
In this talk, David Mitroff, Ph.D. discusses the best ways for individuals and businesses to increase and maintain customer engagement. Learn more about how to use email marketing, virtual events, virtual networking, and more. David Mitroff, Ph.D. uses practical case studies from his work and presents new and creative strategies that allow individuals and businesses to continue and increase engagement with their customers even under current conditions.? Key Learning Points: - How to consistently stay top of mind with your connections - How to create loyalty from the very first point of contact - Creative ways to leverage email marketing and social media platforms increase engagement - How to use events (virtual and live) to grow your value to your connections - Using virtual networking to connect and provide opportunities for engagement About the Speaker: David Mitroff, Ph.D. who is the Founder and Chief Consultant at Piedmont Avenue Consulting, Inc. (www.PiedmontAve.com), a consulting and marketing firm with a proven track record of producing results. David and his team advise clients on leveraging technology for creative initiatives from strategy through implementation. The SBDC hosted by Long Beach City College The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has been hosted by Long Beach City College since 2006 and has helped thousands of area business owners increase their sales, obtain loans, streamline operations, utilize new technologies, expand into new markets, and position themselves for long-term growth. We are apart of the Los Angeles Regional SBDC Network, which assists small business owners throughout the Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. Our experienced SBDC team is comprised of former entrepreneurs, bankers, product managers, technology experts, and business professionals dedicated to helping you grow your business. Contact us at (562) 938-5100 or go to longbeachsbdc.org/services/we-can-help/ to schedule your appointment.
Hosted by LA SBDC Associate Director Ted Hiatt, these webinars are an opportunity to learn about resources available through local and federal governments, as well as to ask questions about cash flow, PPP forgiveness, re-opening strategies, and more. Wednesday's webinars will feature advice from Lori Williams, SBDC Business Advisor and Small Business Finance Expert, who will address your PPP/EIDL, EDD and cash-flow-related questions. Thursday's webinars will feature advice from GB Bajaj, SBDC Business Advisor and CPA. Topics will include PPP/EIDL and tax-related information.
The Retail Road to Recovery is an intensive 5-part class is designed to assist existing brick and mortar retailers, restaurateurs, and services in their recovery from the challenges created by the COVID19 shutdown and continually evolving regulations. Who Should Attend? Brick & Mortar establishments are welcome to attend. A wait-list will be created for applicants once our capacity of 35 is filled. Future classes may be held if the demand is high. Why Attend? Re-launching your business post-COVID will be a new adventure. Join us to learn NEW best practices from business advisors and cohort peers as we explore new ways of doing business. What Can I Expect? -An on-line cohort style learning environment of up to 35 participants. -5 interactive, working classes that meet every week for 2 hours each. -Individual consulting sessions, with an SBDC Advisor between classes, to work on homework and specific issues. Curriculum: Class #1: Thursday, October 1, 2020 11am to 1:00pm Understanding key financial reports & ratios Class #2 Thursday, October 8th, 2020 ? 11am to 1:00pm Taking your business on-line Class #3: Thursday, October 15, 2020 ? 11am to 1:00pm Social Media as a marketing and sales tool. Class #4: Thursday, October 22, 2020 ? 11am to 1:00pm In-Store Operations, inventory control, CRM, etc. Class #5: Thursday, October 29, 2020 ? 11am to 1:30pm Funding recovery
COVID-19: New Laws/Updates for Last Quarter 2020 Description: In our on-going COVID-19 webinar series, we will review significant new laws and current updates to better understand how they will impact your business. Specifically, we will examine: ? Two new CA laws regarding COVID-19 and Workers? Compensation ? DOL updates to FFCRA rules ? Cal/OSHA Issuing COVID-19 Safety Citations ? IRS Updates for Remote Workers