The podcasts below are brought to you by the Washington SBDC, in cooperation with the Georgia SBDC. These podcast are designed to give you information on a wide variety of topics and are kept short, 3-5 minutes, so as to not be too intrusive to your busy life; but give you sufficient information to get you started or help you be better prepared to accomplish specific tasks. Additional podcasts will be added or exchanged over time to give you access to additional and fresh information. Each podcast can be streamed from here or you can right-click and choose "Save As" to download the podcast and listen at your leisure.
Click on the PDF Icon beside each podcast to download a summary and/or worksheet to assist you to getting the most out of the information.
Your SBDC business Adviser may refer you to these podcast to help you with a specific issue or you can listen to them to be better prepared for an advising session.
Before You Leap into the Web NEW
Build Value in a Business
Building Banker Relationships
Business Survival in Tough Times
But Will They Buy It?
Buying Right Generates ProfitNEW
Choosing a Company Retirement PlanNEW
Commercial Lease Tips
Create a Motivating Work Environment
Customer Mailing Lists
Effective Elevator SpeechNEW
Exhibiting at Trade ShowsNEW
Getting a Loan
Help Wanted StrategiesNEW
Hire Right the First Time
Hook, Line and Advertising
How Much to Charge Per Hour
Is it Email or SpamNEW
Is Your Website Producing Results
Judged by Your CoverNEW
Juggling Small Business Growth
Law of Contracts and the Small Business OwnerNEW
Low Cost Marketing Strategies
Making Your Business Day Longer
Marketing on the InternetNEW
New Employee Orientation
Organization and StructureNEW
Preventing Business Theft
Recipe for Success
Small Business Employees - Corporate Stress
Small Business Loan CriteriaNEW
Small Business Networking
Succession in a Family Run BusinessNEW
Surviving Cashflow Crisis
Massachusetts SBDC Export Center and SBA Podcasts
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