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Free webinar: Survival tips for small businesses during COVID-19

Katherine McBeth | March 26, 2020
Editor’s note: Webinar registration has closed. Our small business panel shared creative tips for finding new revenue streams and engaging with customers. Watch the webinar now.

About the webinar

Presenters Rod Kurtz and Keith D. Yurgosky will show you new ways to engage with customers when you can’t rely on face-to-face interactions. You can still generate revenue and build support, even if you’ve closed your doors temporarily. You’ll also learn: 
  • How to tap into customer loyalty, bolster your social media, and ask for help from your community.
  • How to launch a GoFundMe and offer gift cards to generate support.
  • How to build a business website and reach new customers through text and email. 
  • How to manage your retail inventory when sales are slow.
Time: 1 PM EDT/10 AM PDT Date: Tuesday, March 31How to attend: Register today. The webinar link will be sent to your inbox.

About the presenters

Rod Kurtz is an entrepreneur, writer, editor, and media consultant for a number of brands, organizations, and startups. He’s passionate about entrepreneurship and a regular contributor for The New York Times, Entrepreneur, SCORE, and OPEN Forum, where he serves as Editor-at-Large. Keith D. Yurgosky is a business consultant with the Small Business Development Center at the University of Scranton. He specializes in social media marketing, cybersecurity, business planning, search engine optimization, and startup processes. He works with small businesses and startups to help them to strategize, plan, disrupt the market, and grow their businesses. 
A little about Katherine McBeth

In a previous life, Katie was a freelance writer for various blogs on the web, and prior to that, she was a bookseller at a small indie bookstore in Boise. She loves reading, listening to podcasts, and walking the foothills with her rescue pups. On a typical weeknight, you can find her snuggling with her three cats, two dogs, and partner while watching professional wrestling. She’s proud to be a member of the TSheets by QuickBooks team and is determined to keep all the plants in the office alive and healthy.

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