The Huron County Economic Development Department has launched the spring series of skill-building workshops for local small business operators and budding entrepreneurs. Hosted by the Small Business Centre program, the workshops are delivered by industry experts who can to speak to the latest market trends and best practices.
“We work with the small business community to offer content that meets their needs,” said Nicki Darbyson, Social Enterprise and Small Business Coach. “This year we have a lot of great workshops offering practical solutions to improve online marketing performance; how to use accounting and budgeting tools effectively; and, many other valuable skills.”
New this year the program is hosting a series of webinars that will deliver workshops to participants online.
“One piece of feedback we’ve been getting from clients is that they love our events but can’t always attend because of a timing conflict,” added Darbyson. “By hosting and recording webinars, we can offer the workshop content to clients on their own timeline.”
The spring series runs from now until late June and includes a full lineup of interesting topics. Workshop information is available at www.huronSBEC.ca or by calling 519.524.8394 ext. 3304. The Small Business Centre is a program delivered by the Huron County Economic Development Department and is co-funded by the Province of Ontario.