Febrero 2 | transmisión en vivo | Ponga Su Negocio En Google Search Y Maps

Febrero 2 | transmisión en vivo | Ponga Su Negocio En Google Search Y Maps

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Febrero 2 | transmisión en vivo | Ponga Su Negocio En Google Search Y Maps

Descripción:

Aparecer cuando los clientes realizan búsquedas en línea es más importante que nunca. Asegúrese de que los clientes puedan encontrar información precisa y actualizada sobre su empresa local en la Búsqueda de Google y Google Maps, sin importar qué dispositivo utilizan. En este taller, aprenderá a crear y administrar un perfil comercial de Google de principio a fin.

En esta sesión, le mostraremos cómo:

  • Crea o reclama tu perfil comercial en Google
  • Administre la información de su empresa en la Búsqueda de Google y Maps
  • Utilice Perfil empresarial de Google para conectarse con clientes potenciales

“La educación digital para estudiantes y propietarios de pequeñas empresas es esencial para el crecimiento profesional y personal. La clave para implementar esas herramientas es la simplicidad y eso es lo que espero compartir en los talleres de Google.” -Sixcia

 

¿No puedes hacerlo vivir? ¡Regístrate y obtendrás la grabación! 

 

¡Regístrese para asistir en vivo y/o obtener la grabación después!
DATE: Febrero 2

TIME: 6:00 – 7:00 CST

LOCATION: transmision envivo y bajo demanda

COST: Gratis!

Sixcia es una oradora, autora, educadora y empresaria social.

Sixcia es la fundadora de Sixcia Business Development, una empresa consultora de marketing, y   Caritas Smile, una organización sin fines de lucro cuya misión es empoderar a las comunidades más necesitadas. Los voluntarios de su programa insignia, Take a Trip Change A Life (Viaja y cambia una vida), realizan actos de bondad al azar (construyendo hogares y escuelas, y ofreciendo programas de arte e inglés) en orfanatos, hospitales y comunidades afectadas por la pobreza en los Estados Unidos y en países en desarrollo, principalmente en la República Dominicana. Durante Covid-19, Sixcia y su dedicado equipo crearon un nuevo programa para ayudar a recaudar fondos para Caritas Smile llamado Goodly Languages que es una plataforma que une a estudiantes de idiomas con hablantes nativos de español/inglés en todo el mundo. Los ingresos procedentes del programa de aprendizaje de idiomas son destinados a ayudar a las comunidades pobres de República Dominicana para comprar alimentos, pagar la electricidad y adquirir insumos médicos.

Sixcia es una de los 14 instructores nacionales del programa “Grow with Google” (Crece con Google), cuyo principal objetivo es ayudar a educar a pequeñas empresas y a organizaciones sin fines de lucro sobre cómo hacer crecer su negocio en Internet. Ella ha ayudado a capacitar y educar a más de 10.000 empresas latinas. Sixcia es la autora de Tapping Into The Hispanic Market: Connect. Engage. Innovate (Entrando en el mercado hispano: Conectar. Participar. Innovar). Escribe artículos destacados para revistas como Cosmo Latina y brinda charlas en universidades, centros de negocios, cámaras y organizaciones sin fines de lucro.

Sixcia se graduó en la Universidad de Rhode Island, donde obtuvo una licenciatura en Estudios de la Comunicación, una licenciatura en español y una especialización en Desarrollo Internacional. Ha trabajado y estudiado en la Universidad de Harvard, en la Escuela de Gobierno Kennedy, y ha completado su trabajo de postgrado en la Universidad Internacional Schiller en París, Francia. Actualmente, Sixcia es conferencista visitante en el Fashion Institute of Technology de Nueva York.

MarkeTech 2022 Request for Presentations

MarkeTech 2022 Request for Presentations

Request for Presentations are OPEN for the 2022 MarkeTech Conference

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Request for Presentations are OPEN for the 2022 MarkeTech Conference

 

Kearney, Neb. – GROW Nebraska builds a compelling annual event called MarkeTech featuring speakers with a wide range of marketing and technology expertise to give attendees access to the best education, increasing their bottom line. MarkeTech doesn’t stop there! It’s more than a conference; its cutting-edge training, valuable networking, and a technology showcase.

 

The review team seeks educational presentations that focus on real-life submissions with the primary focus on marketing, and technology, thus the name MarkeTech. The event starts with a pre-conference training on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, then a fun-filled extravaganza to various Nebraska breweries in Kearney, NE.  Wednesday, June 22, 2022, will be packed with educational sessions and a lively new addition where pre-selected business owners present their products to Whole Foods and Russ’s Market.

 

Submit your presentation proposal no later than Friday, January 21, 2022.

Click the link to apply.

https://grownebraska.wufoo.com/forms/m2lfs5m0o6unw3/

The selection team will announce the chosen topics on Friday, February 4.

 

Need more information, call Joy Marshall at 402-614-5558 or email her at [email protected] with any questions you may have.

 

 

About GROW Nebraska

The GROW Nebraska Foundation helps entrepreneurs get the resources they need to live in Anywhere, NE and make a sustainable living. Since the inception of GROW Nebraska in 1998, its vision and mission has never wavered: to create viable economic development through business training, technical assistance, promotion and access to markets. The Foundation creates impactful opportunities for small business owners and entrepreneurs to live in “Anywhere”, Nebraska and make a sustainable living.

GROW Nebraska works with its clients to meet them where they are and move them towards their personal goals. Its services include training and technical assistance through many avenues: workshops (in-person and virtual), streamed and archived educational training opportunities, one-on-one technical assistance and an annual marketing conference, MarkeTech.

Learn more at GROWNebraska.org.

Senator Deb Fischer visits the GROW Nebraska Women’s Business Center

Senator Deb Fischer visits the GROW Nebraska Women’s Business Center

Senator Deb Fischer visits the GROW Nebraska Women’s Business Center

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Omaha, NE – Recently the GROW Nebraska Women’s Business Center had a special guest visit from Senator Deb Fischer. The opening of the GROW Nebraska Women’s Business Center was a dream come true for the GROW Nebraska Foundation. Janell Anderson Ehrke of GROW Nebraska, BC Clark of the Metro Omaha Women’s Business Center and Heather Nelson Entrepreneur Consultant started meeting and having phone calls about the need for Omaha to have a Women’s Business Center. “Other states around Nebraska had two Women’s Business Centers so we started to inquire to the Nebraska District SBA office and former director Leon Milobar and his staff were extremely helpful.”  Janell Anderson Ehrke CEO of GROW Nebraska. Once we had our strategic plan ready one of our first calls was to Senator Deb Fischer’s office. Senator Fischer and her staff were incredibly supportive.

 

In the last fourteen months the SBA has awarded us to open a Women’s Business Office, hired an extremely capable director and BC Clark stepped forward to serve as our program director. We opened an office in the Empowerment Village, put together a board for the GNWBC and recently we added to our team Eden Butler our new client coordinator. It has been a whirl wind, but the GROW Nebraska Foundation board is thrilled with the progress and impact the GNWBC is making.  Having Senator Fischer stop by and see our progress was so exciting.    

 

Senator Deb Fischer is committed to seeing small business owners receive access to the resources needed to not only keep their doors open, but to also help them grow! Candice Price the director of the GROW Nebraska Business Center along with team member BC Clark and Eden Butler “We greatly appreciate the time given and interest shown in upcoming programming and being instrumental in the formation of the GNWBC!”

 

About the GROW Nebraska Women’s Business Center

The GROW Nebraska Foundation launched the GROW Nebraska Women’s Business Center (GNWBC) in the Omaha Metro area in 2021 with the goal of offering support, training, and networking in an efficient and affordable manner to entrepreneurs that otherwise lack the resources and ability to access needed services. Powered by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the GNWBC is a coordinated effort among the Nebraska Enterprise Fund and Metro Omaha Women’s Business Center that allows each organization to exude its strengths and make the GNWBC a “one-stop” coordinated program that allows small business owners to grow and learn, enhancing the local workforce with job creation, business skills, and business growth. 

Jan 27th | Creating a Social Media Plan You Can Stick To | GROW Nebraska’s FREE Online Training

Jan 27th | Creating a Social Media Plan You Can Stick To | GROW Nebraska’s FREE Online Training

GROW Nebraska’s® FREE Online Training

Creating a Social Media Plan You Can Stick To!

How to Livestream Your Business to New Customers
No better way to start the year off right than with a plan that you can actually stick to for social media.

Join Lindsie Breazeale, Director of Marketing and Business Development as she shows how to create a sustainable social media plan for your business.

Key takeaways include

  • Quality, Quantity, Consistency
  • What platforms should you be on?
  • Sticking to your plan!

Sign up to attend live and/or get the recording afterward!

DATE: Jan 27th

TIME: Noon – 1:00 p.m. CST

LOCATION: Live Stream

COST: Free! Must register to receive call-in details and recording.

Cory Morris

This webinar is presented by Lindsie Breazeale of Director of Marketing and Business Developement at GROW Nebraska. This is his philosophy:

She has years of experience with buisnesses big and small. As a previous marketing director at a mall she knows first hand how hard it can be to wear many hats and perform many jobs. Finding time for social media and other small marketing can often be overlooked but in this training she will give you her personal tips and tricks for getting the job done!

Little Town Gardens/Farmers Market 365

Little Town Gardens/Farmers Market 365

Little Town Gardens/Farmers Market 365

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At GROW Nebraska, we love watching our members enjoy success while lifting up other entrepreneurs in the process. GROW member Little Town Gardens is doing exactly that with their Farmers Market 365 program.

 

What began as an effort to grow and sell produce through the winter has turned into a collaborative business between local growers and producers to provide a practical, necessary service. 

Candi Benge, owner of Little Town Gardens in Pleasanton, is the original force behind Farmers Market 365. “It just kind of organically happened,” she told us. “My husband and I were trying to grow year-round in the dirt for the first time. We have an aquaponic system in our greenhouse and have greens growing year round. As I had vegetables ready throughout the winter time, I was sending text messages to my regulars from the farmers market to see if they wanted any of it. Then I would harvest it and take it with me when I went into town for church.”

 

 

This system worked well for a while, but this project was destined to grow! One of those customers made the comment that they wished there was a way to find information about local producers and meat providers. The customers were new to town, and had no easy way to find them. 

 

“It planted the seed,” said Candi. “I just got a hold of the other vendors that I knew from the market, and said ‘Hey, I’m delivering veggies every week, would you like to see if any of my customers would like to buy your bread, eggs, Wagyu beef?’” 

 

Unsurprisingly, the vendors said “Well sure, thanks!”

 

From there, this informal delivery system began to build into something bigger. 

 

“A dear woman from Cairo, she owns the Medina Street Vault coffee shop, and already had a winter vegetable community going on. She would put together bountiful baskets and had gotten some veggies from me in the past.” 

 

When Candi told her about what she was trying to do, her friend said, “Honey, let me help you with that!” 

 

“She made the Google order form for me,” Said Candi, “and taught me how to use and administrate it. And that’s how 365 was born; I did it DIY for a year and a half.” 

 

This last summer, Candi asked the other vendors at the Kearney Area Farmers Market how they felt about creating an online farmers market. The interest was encouraging, and Candi now has a little more help in keeping things running. 

 

Shoppers can visit the Farmers Market 365 website to browse what’s available, and fill out the order form that is open Friday through Tuesday. 

 

When asked what she really wanted people to know, Candi told us, “I would love for everybody to understand that we are a community of people who are trying to serve our community. But there’s plenty of room for other people to get involved. People could admin, could help with marketing. We don’t want it to be exclusionary at all. We want it to include anybody who would like to be involved. We’re really blessed with a large variety of customers and producers, and I hope that we can get more.”

Story by Lauren Bonk, owner of the Curtain and Pen Copywriting Services, a GROW Nebraska member. Lauren hails from Kearney, NE, where she works as a freelance copywriter for small businesses, startups, and even larger corporate entities in need of professionally-written marketing content for their businesses and organizations.