Webinar: Maximize Your Small Business Saturday – Strategies to Sleigh Your Sales Goals This Year
Date: Friday, November 8 at 1:00 pm PST
Presenter: Trish Funk, Women’s Business Center Director
What is Small Business Saturday?
Shop Small is a nationwide movement to celebrate small businesses every day and to help communities thrive and stay vibrant.
During 2010 recession, American Express promoted the Saturday after Thanksgiving as Small Business Saturday. While it may have been a bold step for American Express to officially name the day after Black Friday, it has since turned into a national movement – bringing attention to small businesses, the backbone of our US economy. This year Small Business Saturday will take place on November 30, 2019.
Be part of the movement and take advantage of the massive national publicity and increase your brand awareness and sales.
Why Attend the Small Business Saturday Webinar?
- Have you heard about Small Business Saturday and don’t understand how it can increase sales and drive traffic to your small business?
- Do you think that since you do not have a brick and mortar business you can’t benefit from Small Business Saturday? Not true!
- Have you wondered how this national day can increase exposure for your service-based business?
Be Part of the Community
Show your customers that you are a part of their community.
Tell Your Story
Connect with your customers and tell them about your company.
Sell Your Products or Services
Generate awareness of your products and services to drive sales.
In this one-hour online master class you will learn:
- Verified and effective strategies to increase sales on Saturday, November 30th.
- How to craft the right offer or promotion to attract customers and generate traffic for your online or storefront business whether you sell a physical product or service.
- The best types of events and partnerships available to you on Small Business Saturday, including self-produced events that don’t take an entire planning committee or a month’s worth of preparation.
Studies show that if you spend $100 in a local business, $68 of it goes back into the local community. If you spent the same amount at a large business, only $43 of it would stay in the community. Small Business Saturday is not only good for your business, it is good for our community, too.