GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Library will be offering several business programs in May.
The programs are rounded out with sessions 2-5 of the "SCORE Simple Steps for Starting a Business" series. Programs are open to all at no charge and are in the library's meeting room unless otherwise indicated.
Business programs and services are made available to library patrons at no charge.
- Monday, May 9 from 2-3:30 p.m.: "Explode Your Business’s Online Presence." Take content marketing to the next level. This TTC sponsored workshop is for entrepreneurs who are struggling to produce original marketing content and will be held in the Technology Training Center. Presenter: Noelle Gross.
- Wednesday, May 18 from 11 a.m. to noon: "Using Value Line to Protect Your Portfolio and Enhance your Profits" This seminar will discuss Value Line’s digital investment research platform features including basic use and navigation, how to screen and search for investments, produce charts and set up model portfolios. Presenter: Jason Wiseberg, Executive Vice President, Value Line.
- Thursday, May 5, and Wednesdays, May 11, 18 and 25 from 6- 8 p.m.: Sessions 2-5 of "SCORE: Simple Steps for Starting Your Business" Session 1 of Simple Steps was held in April. Email email@example.com to for more information.
Business owners can learn how to generate original content to drive Website traffic, and investors can learn how to use the Value Line service to safeguard their portfolios.
Patrons can sign up to use the Bloomberg Professional Service computer or the Money.Net workstation in advance or in person, up to one day ahead, at the main Reference Desk or by calling (203) 622-7910.
Experienced librarians are available to help patrons navigate the library’s extensive business databases, directories, investor information and nonprofit resources, via e-mail or in person.
More information is available by clicking here or calling 203-622-7900.
The Greenwich Library is at 101 W. Putnam Ave.
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