To help startups and small business owners, the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce decided to host free online “business success” webinars.
These online events will teach people how to manage various challenges, covering issues like prolonged teleworking and financial strife, according to a press release.
Each event will be held through Zoom, a free digital teleworking software.
“These are free webinars designed to provide education around issues that are on the minds of people and businesses right now as a result of the coronavirus pandemic,” the press release said. “They have also adapted their popular Business Education Series (BES) to a webinar format.”
Though the seminars kicked off on March 27, there are several more scheduled in the next couple of days.
On Wednesday (April 1) people will be able to attend the digital seminar “Practical Tips for Prolonged Teleworking“from 1 until 2 p.m.
A seminar on “Financial Advice for Yourself, Your Business, and Details on SBA Loans” will be hosted on April 3 from 1 until 2 p.m.
To finish off the series, “How to Maintain Wellness (Physical, Mental and Nutritional) When it Matters Most” will be held from 1 until 2 p.m. on April 7.
People can visit the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce‘s website for more information on upcoming digital events.
Photo courtesy Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce
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