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Developing Your Small Business Plans

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Developing Your Small Business Plans

Are you about to start or expand your small business? Have you considered how to develop or update your business and marketing plans? Make sure you know what to include in your business planning by joining AARP and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) as we help age 50+ individuals take your small business to the next level.

During this free, one-hour webinar, you will learn:
  • the core elements of what to include in a small business plan
  • how to develop a marketing plan for your enterprise
  • information on promoting your small business, particularly online
  • how to amend your plans when you expand or change your business

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