Celebrate Small-Business Month at Rogers Small Business Centres

by Rogers Rogers   |   October 14, 2017   |   Share this :  

Take part in free events from coast to coast

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Along with the leaves changing colour and the air getting cooler, October in Canada is the month to celebrate entrepreneurs and small-business owners across the country. Now in its eleventh year in Canada, Small Business Month is a time to recognize the hard work and dedication required to run a small business. It also offers opportunities to attend workshops, seminars and conferences geared towards enriching the entrepreneurial landscape in our country.

And this year, you can celebrate Small Business Month by checking out free events at Rogers Small Business Centres from coast to coast!

Starting on October 12, Rogers Small Business Centres – in cities from Nanaimo, B.C., to Trois-Rivières, Que. – will host events targeted at growing your business digitally. (For a list of cities and dates, click here.)

How can you improve your digital marketing strategies? How can social media help? How can you gain more customers, leads and sales? Learn about these topics and more at a Rogers Small Business Centre this October.

Located in Rogers retail stores across Canada, Rogers Small Business Centres regularly host free lectures and networking events – featuring industry experts and thought leaders – designed to help you run and grow your business. Plus, you can also quickly and easily book a one-on-one appointment with a Small Business Specialist, who can help you choose the tech and tools that best suit your company’s unique needs.

To learn more about Small Business Month events at Rogers Small Business Centres, or to register for an event near you, visit rogersbusinesscentres.com.

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