The Sumner Business Coalition that includes the City and Sumner Downtown Promotion Association has put together a series of free online trainings to help local businesses.
COVID-19 has been a challenge for all of us. In order to support businesses as they get back to our new normal and to continue to navigate the issues with C-19, we’re hosting a series of webinars aimed at providing valuable information about doing business online.
Webinar topics will include:
- Running Ads for Facebook Instagram and Google
- Basic ways to automate your social media
- E-commerce and how to set up a virtual store
- Google optimization – how to make sure you are showing up for searches
- Video for Social Media – how to use your phone to make awesome videos that get engagement
Webinars are held each Wednesday at noon from June 10th until July 29th.
|Ads and Best Practices||Windfall Elite||June 10|
|How to Shoot Video for SM on Your Phone||Devoted to Video||June 17|
|Get Your Google Set Up Right||Determined Mom Consulting Co.||June 24|
|Ecommerce Basics||Harmony||July 1|
|Social Media Automation||Windfall Elite||July 8|
|City Engagement||City Staff||July 15|
|Panel Discussion – What Are You Still Struggling With||Panel||July 22|
|Business Resiliency||Keith Davis- Associate Business Advisor, SBDC (Small Business Development Center, focusing on business resiliency|
Maddie Merton-Vice President, Business Retention and Expansion, with Economic Development Board, Pierce County
Susan Nielsen- Rural and Small Business Services Manager with the Washington State Department of Commerce’s Office of Economic Development & Competitiveness
Click here for more information on this webinar
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Check back to find topics and register for the remaining webinars.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the City of Sumner is required to comply with RCW 42.56, the Public Records Act. Any information you submit during your participation in this webinar series, including personal contact information, may ultimately be subject to disclosure as a public record.