National Small Business Week Generates Fresh & Free Advice

Tuesday, May 22 at 09:28 AM
Category: Business Banking

To our small business owners: Happy National Small Business Week!  Didn’t know that already? Then chances are you have not signed up to receive Email Updates from the U.S. Small Business Administration yet.   Today on in the ‘What’s New’ section, they are inviting small businesses to a 2 ½ day event that Honors and Empowers Small Businesses Nationwide.

To learn more about this week’s events, you can visit and find out how you can leverage all of the free advice, information and networking opportunities to help your business thrive.  The social media team for NSBW and attendees are posting live on Twitter and you can too by using hashtag #SMW2012.

Watch Live: Today’s Event—Social Media Forum at 2:00 p.m. Central Time. 

You will find tips and information from a panel of experts that includes:  SBA guest blogger and GrowBiz Media CEO Rieva Lesonsky, Wall Street Journal’s Brian Moran, and business leaders from, Constant Contact, Twitter and Google.  Special guest Sarah Bernard, Deputy Director of the White House Office of Digital Strategy, will also join the forum.

You can find the most up-to-date schedule of events for this week here.  In the upper right corner of the website, you will see a red button labeled, “WATCH LIVE!” to view any of the free events as they happen, in real time. 

Your small business and all of the small businesses in our surrounding communities are the fabric of our lives: providing jobs, generating sales tax, and providing necessary services and helpful products.  Arvest recognizes this and is in the process of creating an online Small Business Resource Center.  If you would like to be notified via email when it goes live, click here.  You can also follow us on Twitter for the latest Arvest news and information.


Tags: Business Banking
CoronaAdvances on 5/22/2012 at 4:35 PM

 Thanks for the info

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