May
12
2014

Celebrating Small Business Week with TweetChat & Webinar

SBW-2014

Every year, for the past 61 years the Small Business Administration has acknowledged the efforts of small businesses and entrepreneurs across the country by celebrating National Small Business Week. The event grew into a movement and by 1963, ten years in, then President John F. Kennedy signed the first “National Small Business Week” proclamation into law.

This year Small Business Week takes place between May 12 and May 16. The Small Business Administration is celebrating with workshops in the following cities.

May 12 – San Francisco, CA @ Twitter HQ
May 13 – Kansas City, MO – Burns and McDonnell Headquarters
May 15 – Boston, MA – Microsoft New England R&D Center
May 16 – Washington, DC – US Chamber of Commerce

More information on SBA Sponsored events can be found on the Small Business Week web site http://www.sba.gov/nsbw/

Experian Business Information Services will be celebrating National Small Business Week with some special events of our own.

Smart-Business-Credit-Webinar
12 p.m. eastern – We will present a free webinar with the National Federation of Independent Business, and explore some of the misunderstandings of business credit, provide advice on how to build business credit and explain how a positive credit profile can help your business grow.


Tweet-Chat-5-14

3 p.m. Eastern – We will continue the discussion on business credit, as we host a tweet chat (#CreditChat) with several small business experts. You’ll be able to ask questions and read best practices on how you can make business credit work for you.

Small Business Resources

- For access to tools and resources to help your business grow, visit www.experian.com/small-business
- To better understand and learn the benefits managing your business credit, visit www.businesscreditfacts.com
- For instant access to business credit report and scores, visit www.smartbusinessreports.com

To all of the small businesses and entrepreneurs across the country who work hard every day to power our economy Experian salutes you.

 
share this blog with a friend