Noon Zoom is a free virtual training event facilitated by the Clemson Region SC SBDC to bring timely news and training to small businesses and entrepreneurs. The program features live Q&A with Professional Small Business Consultants with the South Carolina Small Business Development Centers.
Does your small business have a well-maintained website with effective design and content that reaches your customers? This workshop is designed to provide simple web design tips for small business owners who manage their own small business websites. It is geared for the novice to intermediate website manager. Design platforms discussed include: Wix, WordPress and…
Five tips on how to improve your digital marketing and social media marketing. These simple no-cost/low-cost steps can improve your online marketing, search engine optimization and digital marketing time management. Base Website, Google Business Listing, Social Media Marketing, Content Management, Analytics are all discussed in this short session.
This session covers the various types of planning typically done when starting or running a small business. A brief overview of each plan is provided as a preparation for a deeper dive into the content within each plan. Business Planning, Financial Projections, Topical Planning, Disaster/Recovery Planning and Strategic Planning are all discussed in this session.
This video session will lead you through the basic steps to recovering your business due to COVID-19 related challenges. If you would like to follow along using the US Chamber Guidelines, please feel free to download them. As the situation changes with the pandemic and the economic atmosphere, please be aware that some of the…
Noon Zoom Sessions with the Clemson Region SBDC The Clemson Region SBDC Small Business Consultants are dedicated to serving as your trusted business partners, providing advice and counsel as you work through the unique challenges your business may now be facing. New sessions coming soon.
Ronk Security is growing! Watch Orvel’s description of how he has used SC SBDC services to help build his business.
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