Tuesday February 19, 2013

SUNY Oswego Business Center to Sponsor ‘What’s Next’ Event

Graduates of micro-enterprise program, small business owners encouraged to attend

    The SUNY Oswego Small Business Development Center will hold a daylong event for graduates of the micro-enterprise small business-training course and other members of the Oswego County small business community.

    The event will feature speakers on a variety of topics, including marketing, crowd funding, cash flow management, search engine optimization, business visioning and branding.

    The event will run from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. March 21. Attendees may register to attend anything from just one talk to the entire day’s agenda. There is no charge for the event but pre-registration is necessary.

    The morning’s keynote speaker is Eddie Bluff, co-founder of Site-Seeker, a full-service Internet marketing company. Throughout the day, speakers from Site-Seeker will also do presentations on search engine optimization and social networking.

    Other speakers include Kelly Sullivan, co-founder of Core Skills, True Impact, and Mark Proud, creative director at Step One Creative.

    The event will end with a talk on “The Positive Power of Humor,” by Yvonne Conte of Humor Advantage, Inc. Conte is the author of six books on the subject of humor and joy and the benefits of laughter.

    She conducts more than 60 keynote speeches each year and has authored more than 100 articles and essays on the subject of humor and joy.

    “Yvonne delivers a fast paced, humorous, motivational talk. This will be a great way to end the day,” said Larry Perras, senior business adviser with SUNY Oswego SBDC.

    For more information on the agenda and how to register, visit SUNY Oswego SBDC’s website at www.oswego.edu/sbdc.

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