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Broadband Technology Trainings 2012
in partnership with
Asian Business Association
Big Business Solutions for Small Business
- Expand market presence
- Reach new customers
- Manage operations
- Make money through investment in technology
Learn how to increase your profits through technology tools
LOCATION: University of the West, Room AD208, 1409 Walnut Grove Ave, Rosemead, 91770
TIME: All classes will be from 6:00 - 9:00 PM
You can sign up for one (1) or more of the classes.
Participants will receive a Technology Training Certificate after completion of all five sessions.
At each session, there will be opportunity drawings for:
Upon completion of ALL 5 sessions, participants will receive:
Online Communications - March 29
The Online Communications course examines several common tools that facilitate online communication and collaboration, including email, chat, online documents, file sharing, and conferencing. It explores the underlying technology that allows communication over the internet from a computer to those of other employees, partners, and customers. This information will give the small business owner the background and terminology needed to make informed decisions when working with online service providers. It’s not rocket science – it’s computer science, and any small business owner can understand and make use of this information.
For information or questions, email Dee Castro Reed at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (213) 628-1222.
This project was funded by the US Department of Commerce and the
California Emerging Technology Fund.
Website Development - February 2
The Website Development course lays the foundation for the successful integration of a website into normal business operations and introduces the best practices of web development to the small business owner. In addition, the information offered presents the building blocks to challenge small business owners to further research, understand, utilize, and master emerging technologies. The World Wide Web has become a major delivery platform for web development. However, among web professionals, "web development" usually refers to the main non-design aspects of building websites. Web development can range from the creation of the simplest single page website of plain text to the programming of the most complex web-based applications, e-commerce, or social network services.
E-marketing - February 16
The E-marketing course is designed to provide small business owners with a broad overview of a variety of options when marketing their business online. The course will review basic marketing strategy and define the differences between offline and online (internet) marketing. The materials will cover popular internet marketing tools, such as e-newsletters, social media, and search engine optimization (SEO), as well as identify potential costs to help find a solution that works for the individual small business. Once completed, the small business owners will have a good road map to begin marketing their business online.
E-commerce - March 1
The E-commerce course is designed to provide small business owners with the foundation for conducting sales transactions on the internet. The course will define common e-commerce terms, such as shopping cart and payment gateways. The importance of creating an online store, the options, and the role of the internet in the online store will be discussed. The course will identify the importance of inventory and distribution options as they apply to online sales. Online store options will be explored and estimated start-up costs. Upon completion of this course, the small business owners will have an understanding and resources on how to develop their own online store.
Social Media for Small Business - March 15
In the Social Media for Small Business course you will learn the importance of social networking as an integrated marketing tool for your business. Are you curious about all the buzz surrounding social media but not sure where to start, and not sure if it’s worth the time and effort? Find out how to market your business using social networking tools, such as Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, and LinkedIn. Learn how to establish a true dialogue with your customer base. This course will help you decide the best social networking tools to use in a business context, and how to leverage existing social networks to market your business.
The Asian Business Association represents Asian American business owners and creates business opportunities for its members and their diverse communities.
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