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Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre E-Biz Seminars Return for 2011

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Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre

Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre E-Biz Seminars Return for 2011

Cornwall - Jan. 20, 2011 - The Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre (CBEC) will be hosting four fun and informational e-Biz seminars that touch on various e-Biz trends effecting small business today.

Taking place throughout January, February and March, the purpose of the e-Biz seminars is to provide small business owners with innovative ways to improve networking, marketing and web presence.

The topics of the winter e-Biz seminars are:

Why the Web? How to find your Target Audience using Social Media
Date: Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

The Web & You: Exploring Security, Fraud and Copyright on the Net
Date: Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

"Express" Mail: The Impact, Place and Importance of Emailing
Date: Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Artist and e-Biz: How to Promote yourself on the Web
Date: Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

"Maintaining a web presence for your business is incredibly important in today's digital age" said Katherine Turgeon-Brunet of the CBEC. "These e-Biz seminars offer guidance tailored towards small business".

Registration for these seminars is now open. The cost to attend is $10.00 per seminar. People are advised to register in advance as space is limited. Information on seminar locations, registration and additional information on all of these seminars can be found on the CBEC website: www.BusinessEnterpriseCentre.ca.


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