September workshops will help business owners, entrepreneurs

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A series of four workshops aimed at entrepreneurs and small business owners will be offered at the Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce on four Tuesdays in September, beginning Sept. 9. This “lunch and learn” program is free and meets from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. each session and participants should bring their own lunch.

• Sept. 9 How to Market Your Service or Product – learn how to differentiate your business from the competition, find potential customers and develop a marketing action plan.

• Sept. 16 Developing Your Brand – Everyone needs a brand and this session will show you how to create a brand that attracts customers.

• Sept. 23 Social Media 101 – Learn the latest trends in social media and the apps best suited for your business.

• Sept. 30 Hands on Social Media – bring your laptop or notebook to class and start developing your presence on social media.

Each session provides tools you can use immediately to start or expand your business. It’s a chance to learn from experts and network with other business owners in the Globe-Miami area. These powerful interactive workshops will point current and future business owners on the road to success.

Join us for relaxed and informative workshops. All workshops are held from 11 am to 1 pm at the Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce, located at 1360 N. Broad St. in Globe. The workshops are free but space is limited to 15 participants, so call (928) 425-4495 today to reserve your seat.

The USDA program supports entrepreneurs and small business owners is facilitated by the Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition in collaboration with Globe -Miami Chamber of Commerce, Southern Gila County Economic Development Corporation and Eastern Arizona Small Business Development Center.

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