During National Small Business Week, I remind you – small-business owners – of Verizon’s many free resources, which can give you an edge over your competition.
Tomorrow, Wednesday (May 23) at 2 p.m. ET, the Verizon Small Business Center (http://business.verizon.net/) will present another free webinar, offering tips to protect your business in the event of a disaster. The webinar will feature two executives from Firestorm, a leader in business continuity planning vulnerability analysis, risk mitigation and crisis management: Jim Satterfield, co-founder, and Oz Hill, principal. No worries if you can’t catch the live webinar, all of our webinars are available for on-demand replay(to see the full list go to http://bit.ly/vinvUO).
In addition, the Verizon Small Business team has sponsored Melinda Emerson’s weekly live Twitter chat (@SmallBizLady) held tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. ET All participants will receive a free book from Verizon, so join the chat -- #smallbizchat. Emerson will chat with Jennifer Abernethy (@SalesLounge), who will share tips for using Pinterest to promote small businesses.
For those new to the Verizon Small Biz Blog (www.verizon.com/smallbusinessblog) do subscribe to get tips and insights from leading experts. And if you haven’t created a profile yet, please do at WeCommerce (http://on.fb.me/JNDUvH), a free community for small business owners to network, find partners, new opportunities, and more.
If you are on Twitter please follow @VZSmallBiz (or www.twitter.com/VZSmallBiz) for news and insights (and if you are not on Twitter, you should consider getting your business here to engage with your existing and potential customers. We have a webinar on how to search in Twitter for new business!) Same with Facebook, please “fan” Verizon Small Biz (www.facebook.com/VerizonSmallBiz) then upload a photo of your company to get the chance for us to promote your business on Verizon’s various platforms.
It’s your week, how will you celebrate your business? What change will you make to give your business an edge? What other topics would you be interested in a future webinar? How can we help your business?
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