Sep
29
Wed
Intro to SEO – WEBINAR
Sep 29 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Intro to SEO – Webinar

3 hours

Learn how to improve your website visibility in Google. Participants learn Search Engine Optimization best practices for beginners. You can also request to have your current website critiqued during the session.

Instructor: Roland Reinhart, Reinhart Marketing

Course fee: FREE

Wed, Sep 29, 6-9pm  —  REGISTER FOR THIS DATE

Questions? Contact the  SBDC office:  Email:   sbdc@raritanval.edu  Phone: 908 526 1200, ext. 8516

Please note: Those who register for an SBDC at RVCC webinar will be provided with secure Zoom sign-in information that will allow you to join the class remotely. Attendees can observe and listen as the instructor teaches the class, view and download presentation materials and interact during discussion or Q&A periods. To participate in a webinar session, you will need either a desktop or laptop computer, tablet, mobile phone, or another appropriate device with webcam and microphone set-up and internet connectivity. You can pretest your equipment and connection by accessing the test facility on the Zoom website (www.zoom.us/test ). Detailed participation instructions and the Zoom webinar invitation will be provided to those who register, in a class confirmation email sent at least two business days prior to the start of the webinar.

 

Sep
30
Thu
Business Plan 101 – WEBINAR
Sep 30 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Business Plan 101 - WEBINAR @ Internet

Business Plan 101 – Webinar
3 hours
Entrepreneurs need customized business plans − a fundamental tool for determining the viability and potential for business ideas. In an aggressive marketplace, business plans serve as game plans that help established businesses sustain momentum and profitability. Attendees explore the benefits of business plan templates.

Instructor: Vicki Lynne Morgan, Russmor Mentoring Group

Course fee: FREE

Thu, Sep 30, 6-9pm —  REGISTER FOR THIS DATE

Questions? Contact the SBDC office: Phone:  (908) 526-1200 x8516  Email: sbdc@raritanval.edu

Please note: Those who register for an SBDC at RVCC webinar will be provided with secure Zoom sign-in information that will allow you to join the class remotely. Attendees can observe and listen as the instructor teaches the class, view and download presentation materials and interact during discussion or Q&A periods. To participate in a webinar session, you will need either a desktop or laptop computer, tablet, mobile phone, or another appropriate device with webcam and microphone set-up and internet connectivity. You can pretest your equipment and connection by accessing the test facility on the Zoom website (www.zoom.us/test ). Detailed participation instructions and the Zoom webinar invitation will be provided to those who register, in a class confirmation email sent at least two business days prior to the start of the webinar.

 

Oct
4
Mon
QuickBooks Desktop Option Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable – IN-PERSON at RVCC
Oct 4 @ 6:00 pm – Oct 6 @ 9:00 pm
QuickBooks Desktop Option Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable - IN-PERSON  at RVCC @ Raritan Valley Community College/ Workforce Training Center Bldg. -across from Lot 3

QuickBooks Desktop Option Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable – PLEASE NOTE: THIS IN-PERSON CLASS WILL BE HELD AT THE RVCC WORKFORCE  TRAINING CENTER  

9 hours  

In a simulated real business environment learn how to manage both the Customers/Sales and Vendors/Expenses capabilities in QuickBooks. Perform and practice Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable transactions and reporting. (9 hours)

Prerequisite: QuickBooks Desktop Option Set-Up for Small Business and Fundamentals of Small Business Accounting

Instructor:                       Michele Walten, Walten Small Business Solutions, LLC

Course fee: FREE

Mon/Tue/Wed, Oct 4, 5 & 6, 6 – 9pm — REGISTER FOR THIS DATE

Mon/Tue/Wed, Dec 6, 7 & 8, 6 – 9 pm — REGISTER FOR THIS DATE

Questions? Contact the SBDC office: Phone:  (908) 526-1200 x8516  Email: sbdc@raritanval.edu

Oct
5
Tue
International Sales for Small Business – Webinar
Oct 5 @ 10:00 am – Nov 16 @ 12:00 pm

International Sales for Small Business – Webinar:  Tuesdays,  October 5, 12, 19; November 2, 9, 16, 2021

Is going global the right decision for your company? This course presents an analysis of the sales function across national borders. The impact of strategic, economic, political, legal, and cultural factors on sales activities, factors that influence the globalization of selling and the impact of cultural differences on global selling and buying will be discussed. The material presented in this course is geared to business owners or managers with authority to decide the strategy and direction of the company. This NOT a  “How to Sell” basics; it is designed to help participants decide if going global is the right decision — and if it is, how to start.
                                                                                                                                                                               All sessions:   10AM  to 12PM (2 hours)

October 5:  Workshop 1:  How the COVID-19 Crisis and Recovery are Shaping the Global Economy

• Is going global right for my business? • The international expansion paradox

October 12:  Workshop 2:  “Where Do We Mart!”

• Getting Started in going Global • Don’t let “FUD” get in your way • Stand out in the crowd • Add value to your company

                                                                                                                                                       

October 19:  Workshop 3: Entering the Global Market Step by Step

• The small-step approach • The market-entry steps • One country. Small steps

                                                                                                                                                   

November 2:  Workshop 4:  Reduce the Risk for Your Company Going Global

• Do you have commonality with the geography? • Entry considerations: o Communication and language o Economic climate o Buyer behavior o Investment worthy o Alignment with business practices and culture

 

November 9:   Workshop 5:  Finding a “Mountain Guide”

• Find a mountain guide • Build Trust • One country, many cultures – what’s in it for customers?

 

November 16:  Workshop 6:  Ethical Frameworks & Possible Conflicts with U.S. Law

• Compensation & agreements • Examine a simple case to inspire discussion for the next topic • Go / no-go decision • What happens once you are there?
                                                                                                                                                                    Instructor:
Michael Taylor is an Adjunct Professor in the Russ Berrie Institute for Professional Sales (Department of Management, Marketing, and Professional Sales) in the Cotsakos College of Business at William Paterson University.
FEE:  NO COST
Co-Sponsor(s)
SBDC at William Paterson University
Crowdfunding: A New Alternative to Raising Working Capital – WEBINAR
Oct 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Crowdfunding: A New Alternative to Raising Working Capital - WEBINAR @ Internet

Crowdfunding: A New Alternative to Raising Working Capital – Webinar
3 hours
Crowdfunding has become a great alternative for small business owners to raise working capital for their business ventures. Our workshop will help participants understand the principles associated with building successful Crowdfunding campaigns and will show you how to use Crowdfunding to finance your goals.

Instructor: Carla Fallone, MBA, Fallone Business Resources

Course fee: FREE

Tue, Oct 5, 6-9pm  — REGISTER FOR THIS DATE

Tue, Nov 9, 6-9pm — REGISTER FOR THIS DATE

Questions? Contact the SBDC office: Phone:  (908) 526-1200 x8516  Email: sbdc@raritanval.edu

Please note: Those who register for an SBDC at RVCC webinar will be provided with secure Zoom sign-in information that will allow you to join the class remotely. Attendees can observe and listen as the instructor teaches the class, view and download presentation materials and interact during discussion or Q&A periods. To participate in a webinar session, you will need either a desktop or laptop computer, tablet, mobile phone, or another appropriate device with webcam and microphone set-up and internet connectivity. You can pretest your equipment and connection by accessing the test facility on the Zoom website (www.zoom.us/test ). Detailed participation instructions and the Zoom webinar invitation will be provided to those who register, in a class confirmation email sent at least two business days prior to the start of the webinar.