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WSBDC offers 26 concise online sessions for small business owners

If you're not spending enough time online, the Washington SBDC (Small Business Development Center) website at wsbdc.org is now offering 26 short self-paced webinars to help understand the fundamentals of starting and growing a business.
 
The series is underwritten by U.S. Bank, and all 26 courses are in English and in Spanish.
 
The webinars were created by Virtual Advisor, an interactive multimedia production company that produces programs for professional development.
 
For an overview of the webinars, check out the Virtual Advisor page
 
Along with the Washington SBDC, others working to improve access to business advising for Latino business owners include Washington State University Extension, the Association of Washington State Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, Skagit County’s Latino Business Retention, Mercy Corps and others.
 
The Washington SBDC promotes economic vitality within Washington communities by providing expert business advising, demand-driven training, and applied research to existing businesses and entrepreneurs. The network is a cooperative effort of Washington State University, other educational institutions, economic development organizations and the US Small Business Administration.
 

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