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Hottest Businesses in 2023

January 18 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Free

Is 2023 shaping up to be a year of recovery or discovery? It鈥檚 important that small business owners learn about the newest business trends and startup ideas.

Join this timely webinar, presented by small business expert and best-selling author Rieva Lesonsky, where you鈥檒l learn about the breakthrough small business ideas and industries that are exciting consumers.

Plus, you鈥檒l find out about America鈥檚 changing demographics, attitudes, and consumer behaviors, and how your small business can best adapt and address them, such as:

路 The businesses that are booming right now

路 Which consumer behaviors have shifted, and how you can reach those customers

路 How to pivot your small business to address those changing consumer demands

路 America鈥檚 changing demographics and what that means to small businesses

路 The changes small retailers must make to survive

Whether you鈥檙e a startup entrepreneur or have owned your business for years, you鈥檒l want to learn how you can start your journey to recovery鈥攁nd discovery in 2023.

About the Presenter:

Rieva Lesonsky is president and CEO of GrowBiz Media, a content creation company focusing on small business and entrepreneurship, and the blog SmallBusinessCurrents.com.

She鈥檚 a nationally-known speaker, best-selling author, and authority on entrepreneurship who has covered the industry for more than 30 years. She was the long-time Editorial Director of Entrepreneur magazine.

Lesonsky regularly writes about small business and entrepreneurship and consults with and produces content for corporations targeting entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://centralvalley.score.org/event/hottest-businesses-2023

Organizer

Central Valley SCORE
Phone:
(559) 487-5605
View Organizer Website

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