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Expand Your Small Business in 10 Steps

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Expand Your Small Business in 10 Steps

Small businesses need an effective growth plan to thrive in a challenging economy. Seeking strategies to spur your business’ growth? Looking for ways to penetrate new customer segments or launch new services or products? Learn how to assess the current state of your business and determine where to focus your energy and resources to grow your business and achieve greater success.

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and AARP join forces to help age 50+ individuals take your small business to the next level.

Register for this free webinar and learn about strategies for managing and growing your small business.

Join us for a free webinar on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 7pm ET and learn about the first steps to take to start your small business.

Michael Chodos, Associate Administrator, Office of Entrepreneurial Development, SBA and other representatives from SBA and AARP will serve as issue experts.

This archived webinar is available for you to view at your convenience.

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