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Tips for Consultants/Contractors

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Tips for Consultants/Contractors

Are you considering becoming a consultant or contractor? Get tips from current contractors and consultants on how they did it, as well as guidance from the Small Business Administration (SBA) and AARP on this specific model of small business. Join us for a free, hour-long webinar on September 25 to get your questions answered. Experts will discuss:
  • Assessing if consulting / contracting is right for you.
  • Certifications and special licensing requirements.
  • Networking and marketing.
  • Generating leads and researching competitors.
  • And more.

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