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Virginia SBDC

Virtual Roundtable (Prince William County - Professional Services Edition) May 19, 2021

May
19
2021
Wed 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM
Online
Facilitated by Mason SBDC
Topic: Managing a Business

Overview of This Live Webinar (Zoom)

Plan ahead to meet demands as restrictions on businesses are being lifted. Join our discussion.

Prince William County Department of Economic Development, in partnership with the Mason Small Business Development Center, is hosting a Virtual Business Round Table for local businesses.

Join us and a panel of small business owners from the Professional Services sector.

What's being discussed Small business owners' perspectives on preparations in advance of post-Covid changes in demand.

  • Digital Marketing tools used to understand and communicate with customers, prospects and leads
  • Financial dashboard, scorecards & other tactical resources used to address pent-up demand
  • Business development, sales, or partnership tips for pipeline development
  • Business owner best practices lightning round

This event will be moderated by Mason SBDC Senior Counselor, George Siragusa.


Panelists:

Moderator: George Siragusa - Senior Business Advisor, Mason SBDC, Adjunct Professor, George Mason University teaching Entrepreneurship for Engineers at the School of Engineering, and Senior Mentor for 3 area Startup Venture Accelerators

Mason SBDC Subject Matter Experts:

  • Hussain Shah - Digital Marketing
  • Subodh Nayar - Pipeline Development
  • Timm Johnson - Financial Resources

Co-sponsor(s) & Partner(s): Prince William County Department of Economic Development

Cancellation Policy: Contact Mason SBDC regarding cancellation 24 business hours prior to the event. Kindly email – help@masonsbdc.org (preferred) or call 703-261-4105 to notify the team.

Special Instructions: This webinar will be Live on Zoom. Zoom invitation will be available after registration is completed.


Fee: No Cost

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Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.
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