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Small Business Week: Free webinars for owners start Monday afternoon

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Looking for online talks and training for your small business? This week, the Small Business Administration, a branch of the federal government, and Small Business Majority, a nonprofit, are sponsoring a number of them.

Here’s a quick look at the subject matter for the SBA.  Click here to register.

Monday (May 12)

Smart small business travel (4 p.m.)

Growing your business with direct mail (6 p.m.)

Tuesday (May 13)

Small business: Big benefits (4 p.m.)

Wednesday (May 14)

Making it big: Small biz in a mobile world (9 a.m.)

How technology can drive more business (2 p.m.)

Achieving big customer loyalty (3 p.m.)

Thursday (May 15)

Practical marketing (3 p.m.)

Here’s a quick look at the subject matter for the SBM.  Click here for more information.

Tuesday (May 13)

Small Business Week Spotlight: Immigration Reform and your Small Business (3 p.m.) 

Wednesday (May 14)

Small Business Week Spotlight: Federal Workforce Policies and your Small Business (noon)

Small Business Week Spotlight: Getting to Know Your Local Media (2 p.m.) 

Thursday (May 15)

Small Business Week Spotlight: What’s The Future of Healthcare Reform (noon)

What the New Healthcare Law Means For Your New Jersey Small Business (noon)

Friday (May 16)

Small Business Week Spotlight: Patent Reform and your Small Business (2 p.m.) 

"It’s important to small business owners have the information they need to make educated decisions when it comes to policies impacting their bottom lines,” Founder and CEO John Arensmeyer said in a release. “We’re pleased to be able to offer these events to all small business owners and hope they find the discussions informative and productive.”

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