Summer is just around the corner. Long days and warm weather make it the perfect time to take a break, relax and let the world wait.
Unless, of course, you're a small business owner. For some businesses, summer is the busiest time of year, while for others it's a time to look for ways to drive revenue and improve total efficiency. The struggle is real, but we've got your back with a weekly set of small business resources — we'll tackle all the hot topics you need to keep your cool this summer.
The countdown is on. Kids are squirming in their desks. Adults are watching the clock. Grill masters are shining their BBQs. Baseball leagues are in full swing. It can only mean one thing: Summer is coming. And while every small business owner should take a well-deserved break, summer offers the perfect opportunity to continue your education and learn tips to help you increase revenue and perfect your processes so you can take the market by storm next season. But who wants to be stuck in a hot classroom while everyone else gets to play?
There's a better way. Every Wednesday, come back for another quick hit of small business wisdom — our version of Summer School — to help reduce your stress and boost your bottom line.
Check Your Syllabus
Curious about what you're getting in our small business classroom? Here's a taste: We'll tackle a crash course in social media marketing strategy, time management 101, a customer service tune-up, best practices for maximizing sales and more. Better yet? Each course will be in a quick, easy-to-digest format so you can get in, get the small business resources you need and get back to enjoying summer.
Check out our full calendar of topics below and be sure not to miss any of our essential tips and insights! We will update the list with live links each week.
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Run your business, live your life and hit up summer school courses you actually want to attend. We'll see you back here next week for the owner's guide to taking a (well-deserved) vacation. Class dismissed!
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