Monday, September 27, 2010

Free Workshops

 Tools of the Trade:
Milford Business Workshops
Hosted by: Downtown Milford, Incorporated
and the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford

Please join us for a FREE monthly workshop series. Every First Tuesday of the month! 
Location: Delaware Hospice Center (100 Patriots Way Milford, DE 19963)
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
*Note: The December workshop "Merchandising Inside and Out" will held at Minorbird - 33 N. Walnut Street in Milford, DE from 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.)
Space is limited. Please register for a ticket as soon as possible. For more information please call (302) 839-1180 or (302) 422-3344
Workshop Series Calendar
October 5th: Leveraging Facebook to Build Business & Community (Facilitator: Phil Woods, Marketing Consultant & Creator of
November 2nd: Understanding Your Marketing Niche (Facilitator: Rick Ferrell, Retail Market Answers, LLC)
December 7th: Merchandising Inside and Out (Facilitator: Leigh Minor Nagy, Owner of Minorbird, This workshop will be held at Minorbird's location at 33 N. Walnut St. from 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.)
January 4th: Business Plans and Small Business Loans (Facilitator: First State Community Loan Fund)
February 1st: Engaging Customers, Website Content Management (Facilitator: Inclind, "Your Web Department")
March 1st: Frontline Customer Service and Hospitality (Facilitators: Neva Anton, Anton Associates and Dave Kenton, Milford Historian)
*Note: Topics and speakers subject to change
Tools of the Trade: Milford Business Workshops is proudly hosted by: Downtown Milford, Inc. & the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford
Please see the attachment for the flyer for these events.

1 comment:

  1. We use Google Alerts (everyone should) and the phrase, 'Your Web Department" came up. As it happens, our company is I thought we were supposed to attend a seminar. I had a heart attack. Reading your post I figured it out. Good luck with your workshop, yes a website is the most under utilized tool small businesses have at their disposal. 40% of small businesses do not even have a website. That is just plain silly.