The global COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted small businesses everywhere.
But opportunities are still out there for those small business owners who know how to identify new markets, can adjust their methods to connect with customers, and are able to minimize unnecessary investments by testing new approaches before committing resources.
In this session, Head of Marketing Partnerships with Yahoo Small Business Dan Breeden will give you tips from actual small business owners on:
Identifying new business opportunities and target markets
Understanding where great ideas come from -- and which may be profitable
How to research new products or services that you should provide
What you need to do to connect with new target markets
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Cathy Honeycutt, Beach Realty Group
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Brandon Bellegarde, Owner, Grephin
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Kris Tourtellotte, Director of the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center
"I joined the Chamber 4 years ago as the owner of Bryant Accounting and Tax Service! This has been the best thing I have done to meet new friends and clients which has made my business flourish! Thank you for your great support!"
Kim Bryant, Bryant Accounting
"I am so impressed with how much progress the Chamber has made in marketing opportunities not only for the Chamber but its members."
Celeste Bondurant-Bell, Director of Community Development, Little River Medical Center
440 Hwy 90 E
Little River, SC 29566