March 2020
Small Business Newsletter
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Thank you for viewing the latest edition of the Dalton-Whitfield Small Business Newsletter. We hope this helps you locate the resources you need to develop and strengthen your small business. Please do not hesitate reaching out to us should you need anything!
Small Business Mixer March 19th
DEM Camp 2020
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March 19: Understanding Cash Flow- A Critical Component to the Life of Your Business

Cash flow is the oxygen for a growing business. As a small business owner, you MUST have a firm grasp of cash flow mechanics to keep your “baby” breathing.

In this webinar, SCORE Certified Mentor and serial entrepreneur Julie Brander will help you to get real with money, understand your costs, and manage your cash to create and maintain stability and profitability.

March 24: Business Succession Planning- Making It a Seamless Transition

There’s a misnomer about business succession planning. It’s not just about planning for when someone dies. It could be about selling your business, planning your retirement, transferring to a family member, or moving out of the area.

Regardless of the reason, planning for a seamless transition protects you and your business, and you can never prepare too early.

In this presentation, Chair of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Board Jeanette Armbrust will share the importance of succession planning in your business and how to make it a seamless transition when the time comes.

April 2: A 3-Step Approach to Intentional Social Media Marketing

We all need to market our businesses, so we do what everyone else is doing: post on social media. If you’re not seeing results from your social media efforts, have you asked yourself why you’re doing all of that—other than because everyone else is doing it?

That’s what intentional social media marketing is all about.

By attending this webinar, presented by CEO and content marketing expert Jessica Thiefels, you’ll walk away with a clear, and easy to implement strategy for getting intentional—and seeing better results—right now.

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Apparel Adventure To Successful Business
Carlton Grubb could teach students in the University of Georgia Terry College of Business’ Entrepreneurship Program a thing or two about running a successful home-based business when she goes to campus this fall. But first, she’d really just like to enjoy the full UGA freshman experience. Carlton owns Grubbwear, a line of acid-splattered apparel and accessory items she designs and manufactures. She began making her unique button up shirts at age 12. Friends asked her to make some for them. Four years later, Carlton was invited to feature her line at an Ibiza trunk show in Albany.

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