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7. Tosa Chamber Series-Analytics and Strategy

Wed., Apr. 30

8. Tosa Chamber Series-Mobile Apps

Wed., May 28

Entrepreneurial Training Program

12 Tue., Sept. 2-Nov. 18

First Steps to Starting a Business

Wed., May 21

Wed., June 18

Wed., July 16

Wed., Aug. 13

Wed., Sept. 17

Wed., Oct. 15

Wed., Nov. 12

Wed., Dec. 10

Lean Start

Wed.-Thu., June 11-12

Wed.-Thu., Oct. 15-16

Selling in the Connection Economy

Wed., June 4

  Dates To Be Announced  
1. Tosa Chamber Series-Marketing Basics
2. Tosa Chamber Series-Social Media Basics
4. Tosa Chamber Series-Facebook Marketing
5. Tosa Chamber Series-Google Plus, Using Google's Features
6. Tosa Chamber Series-LinkedIn Use
Affordable Care Act and Small Business
Business Plan Generation
Crowdfunding Concepts
How to Maximize Your Company's Results Using LinkedIn
LEAN Business Planning Combo
Leaders for Ozaukee's Next Generation (2013-2014)
Numbers Based Strategy for Your Business
SEO for Your Website
Small Business Principles
Social Media Sales Tactics
Using LinkedIn to Build Relationships, Generate Leads and Grow Revenues
Wauwatosa Chamber of Commerce Marketing and Social Media Series Combo only $200!
 
For more information, contact:
Jason Mueller, Program Manager, muell223@uwm.edu, 414-227-3129
 
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