Introduction to Strategic Planning- UGA SBDC

In today’s dynamic and competitive business landscape, organizations must navigate an ever-evolving environment while striving for long-term success. The “Introduction to Strategic Planning” class is a comprehensive two-hour session designed to equip participants with the fundamental knowledge and essential tools required to develop and execute effective strategic plans. In this engaging and informative class, participants will begin to demystify the world of strategic planning, exploring its principles, methodologies, and practical applications. Whether you are a budding entrepreneur, a mid-level manager, or an experienced executive, this course is tailored to cater to a diverse audience with varying levels of strategic planning experience.

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10 Tips on How to Improve Your Website- UGA SBDC

Most entrepreneurs see value in having a website for their business. But too often, they forget to update it as their business grows. This class outlines key tips for updating websites so that your business can rank higher in online searches, better communicate to your customers, and help drive company sales.

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Financial Fundamentals for Business Owners- UGA SBDC

Financial Fundamentals for Business Owners will aim to improve the financial decision making of small business owners. The program content is designed to educate business owners on the importance of good financial data and how to use that financial data for both tactical and strategic decision making.

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The UGA SBDC and Blue Edge Business Solutions to Host Email Marketing Workshop on Aug. 4th

The UGA Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Blue Edge Business Solutions will be running an email marketing workshop on Thursday, August 4, 2022. The event will take place at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center in downtown Savannah at  201 Montgomery Street. The workshop is one in a series of events called DigiCon from the UGA SBDC of Savannah and Statesboro.

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UGA SBDC’s Develop an Import / Export Business

Small businesses looking to increase sales and profit, reduce dependence on the domestic market and stabilize seasonal fluctuations should consider importing and exporting.  With nearly 96 percent of consumers living outside the U.S. and two-thirds of the world’s purchasing power in foreign countries, opportunities await U.S. small business.

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