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Small Business Development Centerat UW-Green Bay

Upcoming Webinars


April - How to Develop (& Profit from) a Culture of Wellness

More companies are experiencing the benefits of providing worksite wellness opportunities for their workforces for improved employee morale and presenteeism, reduced absenteeism, and reduced health care costs. Figuring out how and where to start can often times be confusing. Learn how to develop, and profit from, a culture of wellness at your worksite. View Webinars Flyer (.pdf)


May - How to Establish Yourself as an Expert

Are your customers more educated now than they were five years ago? Where are they getting their information? If you're not showcasing your expertise on your website now, they're learning from your competitors. Learn why it's so important to teach your customers with your website, how to best do it, and how to grow your business as an expert in your industry. View Webinars Flyer (.pdf)


June - How to Hire Leaders Who "Have It All"

Are you the owner of a growing business and considering expanding your executive leadership team? Are you uncertain about the skill sets and experience that would best fit within your company and help you to drive and achieve growth? Are you thinking about succession planning or preparing your business to be sold? We plan to discuss all of these important topics and more. View Webinars Flyer (.pdf)


Webinar Testimonials:

“...these are great seminars! I've been watching them whenever I get the chance!"

“I love the replay of past webinars!  Thank you!"

“I found some real actionable things I could use, so I’m happy I spent the time. We are currently looking for a good lead research tool, so the tip on the library saved us a ton of money!”

“I actually had my whole sales team in attendance as well. I leveraged it for part of my all day sales team retreat. I thought it was a solid presentation with great examples and real substance – A+++"


Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.  All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact (name, address, and phone number of person who will make the arrangements). The SBDC program does not deny admission or participation in programs or services because of a person’s race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, disability, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, pregnancy, maternal or parental status.


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