On Starting A Business ...

Have you ever wished you could try your hand at small business ownership? Do you have a business idea, but you’re not sure where to start? Come meet with one of our Business Specialists. We meet with local business owners at every stage of business from just getting started to established companies. We help businesses find their target markets using library databases and share other resources outside of the library that can best help your business grow.  It just takes making the decision to go for it, and taking one step at a time. Some of our appointment topics have included, Facebook for business, Twitter, Pinterest, Etsy, Wordpress, Instagram, LinkedIn, getting a domain, Reference USA databases, referrals to our digital services help desk, studio resources, and other organizations that help small business owners succeed beyond the start-up.
 
There are loads of resources available to help small businesses succeed. You just have to ask! There is no time like the present to start your dream business!
 
Let us know how we can help you – make your personalized appointment here
 

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04/27/2011
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