Free Technology Webinar for Small Business Presented by Comcast Business – May 8

May 1, 2019 | Member News

During Small Business Week 2019, Entrepreneur is teaming up with Comcast Business to show ways that technology can help small businesses be more efficient, more effective, and more productive. Join Entrepreneur VIP Contributor and Dynamic Communication author Jill Schiefelbein on May 8, 2019 as she leads a panel of small-business owners and technology experts for a free webinar, “Turn Small Biz into Smart Biz: Technology for Growth, Productivity, and Customer Experience.” From ways to use your existing Internet connectivity to stream experiences, to creating a smart business with integrated systems allowing you to monitor key performance metrics, and everything in-between, this webinar will give you tangible examples from real business owners that will empower you to rethink the way you use technology and how you can best serve your customers and set your employees up for success.

Attendees of this webinar will learn how:

  • Offering a customer experience, such as free Wi-Fi, can result in thousands of dollars of free marketing.
  • Using voice controls can allow you to have better conversations with your customers on-location, without letting technology be a barrier.
  • Implementing systems that allow for remote access can save your business in times of crisis.
  • Building the right systems and getting the infrastructure right so that your technologies all play well together to give you maximum business insights.

Schiefelbein will be joined by the co-founder of Seattle-based Pickleball Central, Anna Copley–a small-business owner who, because of having smart technologies in place, was able to leave her business for a year and travel the world with her husband and children while still achieving business growth. Alongside Copley will be the Vice President of Product and Premise Services at Comcast Business, Christian Nascimento, who is passionate about using technology for leveling the playing field for small businesses