It's in Spokane, at various times on June 21st, 2012, and it's FREE. Over the course of 1 1/2 hours you will create and publish a website for your business using Intuit Sitebuilder. Organizers provide laptops or a place to plug-in if you bring your own. You can also register for the Grow Your Business online 1 hour seminar where you'll be shown how other people find your business online, with methods like search engine optimization (SEO), web analytics, etc. and then how to run your business more efficiently with a variety of free online tools. WA GYBO is offered by Washington SBDC and Greater Spokane Inc., using Google tools and platforms. For more information and to register, go here.
You have 60 seconds to pitch your idea for the next greatest thing. If the diverse crowd of entrepreneurs, programmers, designers, marketers, advisers, students and more likes where you're headed, you then have 54 hours to recruit your team, develop your idea into something tangible and finally ... 5 minutes to present it to the judges.
Join us at Newport High School from 6-8pm on Monday, October 24th, 2011 as we co-sponsor, along with Pend Oreille Valley Network, a seminar "All about Websites (& a little Facebook)". We'll cover the why, what, how, how much, where and who ... from Do It Yourself to fully customized - what's involved, what are the benefits and costs & what do you need to be thinking about?
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We're heading to Seattle next weekend to check out the Washington Small Business Fair. Held Saturday, September 24, 2011 at Renton Technical College from 8am-3:30pm, it's a jam-packed FREE business fair with tons of break out seminars that cover almost every topic imaginable for all stages of business ownership. Not only do you get to learn from a variety of business experts leading the seminars, you can also visit the Resource Center between seminars to get the info and help you need from federal, state and local government agencies and business and trade associations. Sound interesting? Join us! For more info, visit www.bizfair.org.
POMDO is pleased to co-sponsor, along with POVN, two Facebook seminars being offered in Newport, WA in early August.
The first one, Facebook 101, will address the Why and How to Create a Free Facebook Page for your Business and is scheduled for Monday, August 8th at 6pm at Newport High School in the computer lab and is geared at beginner/novice Facebook users.
The second one, Facebook 201, will address Advanced Facebook Marketing Strategies, Tools & Tips and is scheduled for Monday, August 15th at 6pm at the PUD's Box Canyon Room in Newport and is geared at current users of Facebook looking to do more.