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The second pillar of the ICCC program, Webinars, are virtual learning sessions that complement and deepen what participants learn at the Opening Seminar. These webinars are led by experienced practitioners and cover topics that are customized to growth challenges of the cohort. The webinars can be watched live or from the archive at any point after they’ve been recorded, and so participants can listen to the presentations on their own time from the office or at home.

“This was by far one of the best webinars that I have attended. The content was great and the resources provided can be implemented immediately.” 

Jamerson Strategic Consulting, 2018 ICCC Memphis Participant


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MARKETING | STRATEGY | TALENT MANAGEMENT | FINANCE | LEVERAGING OPPORTUNITIES

MARKETING

Where Your Values Meet Your Value Add
Wednesday, November 10th at 1pm EST
Kim Sawyer, Board Member, Initiative for a Competitive Inner City and Daren Bascome, Founder and Managing Director, Proverb LLC.

Core values are the adhesive that holds together a company and differentiates an exceptional company from a good one. Understanding the significance of core values and spending the time to implement them in all that a company does are key to success. Learn from multi-year Inner City 100 winners on maximizing your values.

Marketing Your Business in Challenging Times
Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 2pm- 3pm EST
Dina Towbin (she/her), president and founder of Dina Towbin & Associates LLC

Dina is also is also an ICCC alum. Marketing Your Business in Challenging Times is an interactive webinar that will provide participants with an easy-to-use marketing strategy. You’ll learn tips to quickly refresh your marketing and attract clients during the pandemic. We’ll share the importance of building trust, knowing your customer, and promoting your product and service in the time of COVID-19 and beyond, using social and other media. You’ll also gain insights to free resources available to help you grow your business now and moving forward.

Brand Like a Woman
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 2pm – 3pm EST
Devon Moody-Graham, Chief Solutions Officer of CEOMom Empire, LLC.

Devon is also an ICCC alum.

A session created for anyone wanting to put their best and most authentic image forward when creating a brand for their company or themselves. We will discuss defining your authentic voice, making your value proposition attractive, and becoming a Solution creator for your target audience.

Keeping Your Business Open During COVID-19 By Using Free Google Online Tools
Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 2pm-3pm ET
Roberto Martinez, Google Digital Coach

Roberto Martinez provides an overview on current Google tools, grants, and services. He will also provide an overview on how to set up your free Google My Business page, optimize your website to improve SEO and sales, and stay up to date on receiving free Google Ads Credit to advertise on Google Ads.

Reach Customers Online with Google
Thursday, June 6, 2019, 1pm-2pm ET
Roberto Martinez, Google-supported trainer

Learn how customers find your business online and how to promote your online presence using a free business listing, search engine optimization (SEO) techniques, and online advertising. If you are interested in learning more, check out Roberto’s other webinar, “Make Your Website Work For You.”

Make Your Website Work For You
Monday, November 5, 2018, 12pm-1pm ET
Roberto Martinez, Get Your Business Online Trainer

This webinar will offer tips on how to create a search-friendly website that’s useful for customers and supports your business goals. To expand your understanding on this topic, watch Roberto’s other webinar, “Reach Customers Online with Google.”

 

STRATEGY

Building Authentic Relationships with PURPOSE
Thursday, September 2, 2021 at 1pm – 2pm ET
Miriam Torres Baltys, Senior Small Business Professional and Senior Loan Officer, CDC Small Business Finance

Listen in with Miriam Baltys, an expert in the Small Business industry, on how to “Build Authentic Relationships with Purpose”.
Challenge yourself to be authentic, so that you can build long-lasting connections that will benefit you both personally and professionally.
Interact with other Small Business owners, while you practice and learn key elements to successfully “Building and Maintaining Authentic Relationships” that will prove to move you and your business to the next level.

How Can A Business Mentor Help Me?
Wednesday, August 25, 2021 at 1pm-2pm EST
Steve Sivitz, Mentor & Chair Community Engagement, SCORE San Diego

Understanding and dealing with the dozens of issues and decisions in starting or running a business can be overwhelming. Working with a mentor can aid in making effective and realistic choices to address the complexities of starting and managing a business. The workshop will provide an overview of how to work with a mentor, how a mentor can contribute to the business elements, the relationships between mentee and mentor, and when should a mentor be enlisted to aid the product plan or business.

Speak and Grow Your Business Quickly
Wednesday, August 11, 2021 at 2pm-3pm EST
Berri A. Wells, President, Turning Point Solutions, LLC.

Did you know, whether in person or in Zoom, each time you introduce yourself you have an opportunity to attract positive attention to yourself? Why blend in when you can stand out with a creative and captivating introduction? Leverage meetings and events by making connections and following up with the ultimate intent of sharing resources and growing your network.
Don’t have a big advertising budget? This webinar is just for you as we will explore the number one way to market and promote yourself, each and every time you speak! Shift your perspective and capitalize on personal and professional interactions.

Redefining Success: Unlocking Your Entrepreneurial Mindset
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 2pm-3pm EST
Kasey Corsello, Small Business Owner, Integrative Coach

50% of businesses fail within the first 5 years. The pandemic closed doors on businesses that were successfully in operation pre-pandemic. If the cards are already (seemingly) stacked against you, why would we have gone down this path in the first place? Because you are passionate about what you’re doing!! How do you redefine success in a way that is most inspiring to you?

This webinar will help you redefine success so that you can build on those successes in order to grow forward. After a very challenging 18+ months of uncertainty, we will celebrate how far you’ve come, no matter where you are in your business. Learn simple tools to help motivate you as you move through the challenges, turning obstacles into opportunities; increase productivity.

The Paradigm Shift: Remote Working, Are You Secured?
Wednesday, July 7, 2021 at 3pm-4pm EST
Robert Joseph, VP Technology, Step Ahead Solutions, Inc.

74% of CIOs intend to continue remote working for their organization. Most of the organizations have found a way to optimize remote work. And due to the pandemic, the workforce has adapted to remote work and would prefer to continue working that way. Are you secure?

This webinar will take you through some practical steps in understanding remote working and technologies that go to secure your digital experience. Things you can do affordably to be safe to protect your identity:

  • Securing your devices
  • Securing your systems
  • Securing your remote connectivity

The session begins with the anatomy of an attack, and steps to take to prevent the attack.

Key Takeaways

  • Firm understanding of remote connectivity and cybersecurity as it relates to it
  • Opportunity to run a baseline assessment for your emails in your organization

Understanding Contracts
Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 1pm-2pm EST
Stephanie Charles, Cleary Gottlieb Legal Fellow, Start Small Think Big

Join ICCC and Start Small Think Big for a workshop on understanding contracts and their implications in your business.

This workshop will cover contract formation; understanding commonly-included boilerplate language; the responsibilities, roles, and obligations of the parties; contract enforcement; negotiation techniques; and how to understand and use non-compete and non-disclosure clauses.

Simple Hacks to save you Time and Money – Automations and Delegations to Transform Your Business
Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 3pm – 4pm EST
Emily Morgan, Founder and CEO of Delegate Solutions and Christa Hurchalla, Director of Strategic Partnerships of Delegate Solutions

If you wish there was a simpler way to manage the monotonous lower-value tasks and process details of your business, this webinar is for you! During this engaging webinar, experts from Delegation Solutions will share hacks to streamline the pesky details of your business through simple automations and delegations.

Commercial Leases and Negotiating Rent During COVID-19
Tuesday, April 14, 2020, 2pm-3pm ET
Jared Nicholson, Associate Clinical Professor at Northeastern University School of Law

Many businesses are struggling to pay rent during the COVID-19 pandemic, and are looking for resources and tips on how to approach lease negotiations. In this webinar, Jared Nicholson will cover key terms in commercial leases for the current context, how to prepare for and approach rent negotiations.

Step-by-Step Business Recovery Plan
Tuesday, March 31, 2020, 12pm-1pm ET
Warren Cooley, Managing Principal of Warren Cooley, LLC.
You are likely to need consideration from your lenders, landlords or vendors for reduction/forgiveness of payments during this trying time. Join us for this webinar that will give you step-by-step instructions on how to prepare a “Recovery Plan”.

Rock & Sand II: Two Tools that Will Guide your Team to Growth
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 3pm-4pm ET
Michael Synk, founder of In-Synk: Aligning Strategies, Actions, and Goals

In this part-two of a two-part series, Synk will review his Rock & Sand Model and dive into two tools that will help your team grow. The first tool will focus on defining and communicating a winning culture while the second tool focuses on your three-year plan for success.

Strategies and Skills for Business Negotiations
Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 2pm-3pm ET
Moshe Cohen, President and Founder of The Negotiating Table

Negotiations are an integral part of business. This workshop provides strategies and skills for competitive and collaborative negotiations that occur in business and in the workplace. If you are looking to further develop your negotiation skills, watch Moshe’s second webinar on negotiation below.

Business Negotiation and Influencing Skills
Wednesday, July 31, 2019, 2pm-3pm ET
Moshe Cohen, President and Founder of The Negotiating Table

Moshe expands on the negotiation skills covered in his first webinar, by focusing on influencing skills and concepts that will help you manage negotiation, internally and externally, more effectively.

KNow Your Customers: DIY Research
Tuesday, August 6, 2019, 2pm-3pm ET
Katrina Noelle, President, Know Research & Co-Founder, Scoot Insights

Katrina Noelle is an alum

Katrina Noelle presents a crash course in best practices for utilizing qualitative insights to better understand your target audiences and customers. This webinar will cover an array of resources and tools to run your own qualitative projects, and when and how to tap into expert support along the way.

Social Impact Enterprises and the Capital Stack
Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 11:30am-12:30pm ET
Jonathan Tower, Managing Partner at Arctaris Impact Fund, LP

This webinar will discuss five proven success strategies for social impact enterprises including attracting loyal customers, recruiting and retaining high-value employees, and utilizing government incentives. Additionally, the presenter will address how to access traditional capital as a social impact enterprise.

Planning Towards a Smooth Transition
Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 2pm-3pm ET
Brian Lynch, Account Vice President, UBS

Planning Towards a Smooth Transition offers tips that can help ensure that you are in the small minority of owners who have the freedom to exit your businesses on your own terms and timeline.

Insights and Trends to Prepare for the Holiday Season
Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 2pm – 3pm ET
Kevin Chung, Marketing Principal, FedEx

The holidays are a time when consumers exhibit shopping behaviors that have lingering impacts into the New Year. Learn how your business can capitalize on consumer behaviors now, through analysis of relevant insights from last holiday season’s trends.

l Solutions to Protect your Business from Cybercrime
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 2pm-3pm ET
Mary Ellen Seale, CEO and Founder of National Cyber Security Society

The National Cybersecurity Society presents a webinar with tips to help small businesses learn how to implement cost effective solutions to protect their business from cybercrime.

TALENT MANAGEMENT

Renegotiating Agreements – Challenges and Strategies
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 2pm – 3pm EST
Moshe Cohen, Author of Collywobbles: How to Negotiate When Negotiating Makes You Nervous; Senior Lecturer at Questrom School of Business, Boston University; and Founder and President of The Negotiating Table, Inc.

Negotiating can be challenging and stressful, but renegotiating existing agreements can be even more challenging and stressful. This session looks at the structural roadblocks, fears, and consequences that accompany renegotiation and provides tools to help you manage these negotiations more effectively and improve your results.

Managing and Engaging Employees during a Pandemic and Beyond
Thursday, July 30, 2020 at 3pm – 4pm EST
Kesi Stribling, CEO & Chief Strategist, KSG Strategic Consulting

Remote working, redefined roles, and keeping employees motivated during this unprecedented time will likely last beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. During this interactive webinar, we will explore three key tips for managing, engaging, and getting the best out of your employees, tackle some of the challenges and barriers CEOs face, and begin strategic planning using the template provided by the instructor.

Intelligent Leadership: Developing Yourself and Growing Your Team To Thrive In Times of Rapid Change
Thursday, July 21, 2020 at 2pm – 3pm ET
Ngan Nguyen, CEO, Cintamani Group

This webinar is based on the Intelligent Leadership Development blueprint, recently named one of the top three advanced leadership development programs in the world, it is a leadership and a personal growth journey that unlocks and unleashes a leader’s full potential. During this webinar, you’ll learn the process of consciously developing your team and leadership so you can lead your organization to greater success.

Use Emotional Intelligence to Thrive in Change
Tuesday, May 5, 2020, 2pm-3pm ET
Ellen Feldman Ornato, Founding Partner, Bolder Company Inc.
Jenny Drescher, Founding Partner, Bolder Company Inc.

The Bolder Company is an ICCC alum

In this session with the Bolder Company, you’ll build your self-awareness and tune into some facets of emotional intelligence that will help you better navigate the intensity of our current business environment. This focus will support your ability to manage yourself, your teams, and your relationships with clients & vendors, actively choose how you respond to others and to be a source of support for others.

Strategies and Skills for Business Negotiations
Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 2pm-3pm ET
Moshe Cohen, President and Founder of The Negotiating Table

Negotiations are an integral part of business and this workshop provides strategies and skills for competitive and collaborative negotiations that occur in business and in the workplace. If you are looking to further develop your negotiation skills, watch Moshe’s second webinar on negotiation below.

Business Negotiation and Influencing Skills
Wednesday, July 31, 2019, 2pm-3pm ET
Moshe Cohen, President and Founder of The Negotiating Table

Moshe expands on the negotiation skills covered in his first webinar, by focusing influencing skills and concepts that will help you manage negotiation, internally and externally, more effectively.

Taking your Business to New Heights: Strategies for Successful Talent Management
Wednesday, September 4, 2019, 12pm-1pm ET
Terri Hartwell Easter, Founder, T.H. Easter Consulting.

Terri is also an ICCC alum.

Terri Hartwell Easter, an ICCC alum, presents ways to maximize success in hiring and managing the right people for your business while avoiding the pitfalls that can be both distracting and hugely expensive for your small business.

The Cooperative Advantage: Building Culture & Preparing for What’s Next
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 1pm – 2pm ET
Carolyn Edsell-Vetter, Cooperative Business Support Officer, The Cooperative Fund of New England.
Carolyn is also an ICCC alum.

Carolyn Edsell-Vetter presents a “Co-op Crash Course.” This webinar will discuss the types and benefits of worker cooperatives and includes case studies from across the country.

Good Jobs That Work For The Bottom Line
Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 3pm-4pm ET
Kristy Henrich, Social Impact Analyst at Pacific Community Ventures, and Paola Castellanos, Program Manager at Pacific Community Ventures

This webinar will discuss Pacific Community Ventures’ new Good Jobs, Good Business toolkit. The goal of the toolkit is to remove the guesswork from the “how to” of creating good jobs and strengthening your business to implementing changes that improve retention rates and increase revenues while adding health and retirement benefits at the same time.

FINANCE

Crowdfunding Masterclass
Friday, November 5th at 12pm EST
Dora L. Rankin, Director of Partnerships, Honeycomb Credit

Crowdfunding opens the floodgates for everyday people to contribute to the growth of your business. During this webinar you’ll learn the following:

  • What crowdfunding platforms are out there and what makes them all so different
  • Are you ready for funding and how to get crowdfit
  • How to create a crowdfunding campaign
  • Launching a successful crowdfunding campaign

5 Steps to Sustainable Fundraising
Wednesday, October 29th at 1pm EST
Royce Gomez-King, CEO, Your Startup Coach

Nonprofits experience donor fatigue, burnout of the Development Director, and other fundraising challenges. The Development Director has an average tenure of only 16 months. Why? Burnout! The old fundraising model has caused these common challenges. As a nonprofit organization, it’s vital that you begin to approach fundraising differently. This webinar will cover 5 steps to more sustainable – and less stressful – fundraising.

A Guide to Nonprofit Debt
Friday, October 20th at 1pm EST
Emily Weissman, Senior Investment Officer, Michael Alles, Underwriter, and Lauren Coker, Portfolio Manager, Nonprofit Finance Fund

In this webinar, the presenters will discuss why nonprofit organizations borrow money, what types of loans are available to nonprofits, and how to know if debt is right for your organization. The presenters will also discuss what lenders typically look for from nonprofit borrowers and considerations once a loan has been received. We hope this webinar will be helpful for any organization that is considering debt, now or in the future.

The Need for Personal Finance Education During a Crisis
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 1pm-2pm EST
JeFreda Brown, CEO, Provision Financial Education

By making personal finance education a priority, you will have the tools and knowledge that you need to experience peace, even during a crisis. In this course, you will learn how to be financially responsible during the current pandemic and during any crisis.

Reassessing Strategy and Funding in the Light of COVID-19
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 3pm-4pm EST
Susan Holliday, Senior Advisor, International Finance Corporation, The World Group

Susan Holliday is a global strategic financial services executive and advisor who leverages extensive knowledge of capital markets, emerging markets and technology to deliver strategies for global financial services leaders including. This session focuses on how to take stock of your business in the light of COVID-19, and develop your strategy and funding plan to move forward in an era of uncertainty.

Community Capital for the New Economy
Thursday, June 11, 2020, 12pm-1pm ET
Kathleen Minogue, Founder & CEO, Crowdfund Better
Brett Heeger, Partner, Gundzik Gundzik Heeger LLP

Join Kathleen Minogue, Founder of Crowdfund Better, and Brett Heeger, Partner at Gundzik Gundzik Heeger LLP, for a conversation about how to successfully use community capital tools to raise funding from your business’s champions, clients, customers, suppliers, and vendors. This webinar will shine a light across the community capital ecosystem, including all types of crowdfunding, to help you determine if your business is a good fit for these alternative capital-raising tools.

Cash Resilience Webinar: 25 Ways to Find, Preserve, and Improve Your Cash to Get to the Other Side
Tuesday, April 21, 2020, 3pm-4pm EST
Michael Synk, Speaker, Author and Coach

Think of each idea as a stimulus for you and Leadership Team to discuss and decide how they would work for your organization. All of the ideas aren’t for everyone, but a few of them will find a place in your company, and by thinking through the others, you’ll be able to develop additional ideas worth pursuing and you’ll gain control of your cash flow and make better decisions to get to the other side of the Covid-19 crisis and the disruption coming with it.

Are You Using the Right Capital Tools at the Right Time?
Tuesday, October 1, 2019, 3pm-4pm ET
Lara Hodgson, President & CEO, NOW Corp

Lara Hodgson shares practical advice to help you confidently choose the right capital tool for the right-job – and make sure that your working capital is actually right for YOU. Learn more with Lara’s other webinar, “Solving the Net 30+ Dilemma Without Debt.”

Cash Flow: A Simplified Methodology for Projecting, Tracking and Improving Cash Flow
Thursday, September 26, 2019, 1pm-2pm ET
Wayne Cottrell, Consultant, Capital Region Small Business Development Center

Cash Flow, the life blood of every company, is one of the most concerning and difficult items for many managers to analyze and improve. This webinar will present a simplified process for projecting, tracking, analyzing and improving your cash flow status. If you found this useful, check out Wayne’s second webinar that is focused on successful budgeting.

Budgeting Made Easier – A Logical, Simplified Method to Create, Track and Make your Budget Work for You
Thursday, October 24, 2019, 1pm – 2pm ET
Wayne Cottrell, Consultant, Capital Region Small Business Development Center

In Wayne’s second webinar, he presents useful tools for creating your budget from financial statements you already possess to teaching you how to track your progress and take corrective action as required.

Maximum Crowdfunding: The Complete Guide to Raising Capital for Your Business
Thursday, September 19, 2019, 3pm-4pm ET
Anthony Price, Founder and CEO, LootScout

Businesses are increasingly leveraging crowdfunding to raise money for their businesses. This webinar, perfect for beginners to crowdfunding, covers the basics of running a campaign, including how to plan, implement, and promote your crowdfunding campaign.

Access to Capital that Takes You Global
Tuesday, August 27, 2019, 4pm-5pm ET
Bill Houck, Trade Finance Regional Manager, SBA Office of International Trade, Export Solutions Group, Mid-Atlantic Region

This webinar will go through how the US Export Assistance Centers around the country (and local Economic Development Offices and Small Business Development Centers) assist companies to look at foreign markets. It will also cover how SBA’s export loan guarantees give small businesses the financial capacity to export their goods and services around the world.

 

LEVERAGING OPPORTUNITIES

Turning Business Disadvantages to Advantages Webinar
Monday, November 15th at 2pm ET
Dr. Jose Perez, Founder & CEO, Roads Consulting Group

Listen in on experienced business owner and consultant on how to turn your business’ disadvantages to advantages to scale your operations. Learn to see the opportunities to grow where others might see an issue or a disadvantage.
This webinar will show you how to do business with corporations and municipalities as a Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) or Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), by identifying disadvantages that work to your benefit and result in advantages. Finally, this webinar will guide you on how to turn those disadvantages into an actual contract or business with a corporation, municipality, or even a competitor.

Using Your Business as a Force for Good: B Corp Certifications
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at 1pm-2pm EST
Jenn Richey Nicholas, CEO & Partner, Pixel Parlor

After a tumultuous year of political turmoil, looming climate change, and growing consumer dissatisfaction it has never been more important than now to use your business as a force for good. By becoming a B Corp, your business can be a vehicle for positive change, human engagement, and amplified impact. Jenn Richey Nicholas built her business into a B Corp in 2014 and has since been working with mission-based businesses and not-for-profits to increase their positive impact, engage with their communities and build a loyal group of clients and collaborators.

How Worker Ownership Can Drive Business Growth
Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 2pm-3pm EST
Paul Bindel, Director of Cooperative Development, Center for Community Wealth Building

Worker ownership is often touted as a succession-planning tool for legacy businesses and exiting business owners, but how can it benefit early-stage and growth-stage companies? This workshop will focus on worker-centered practices and design considerations that younger companies have incorporated to drive growth and innovation. We’ll start by examining the most common forms of employee ownership in the US, as well as newer emerging forms. From there, we’ll discuss the choices that business founders have made to align operations, entity structure and culture with their workers to ultimately better serve their customers. We’ll also acknowledge common challenges and pitfalls to avoid while creating a company that incorporates workers as greater stakeholders.

Benefits of Diverse Business Certification
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 3pm-4pm EST
Dr. Janice Greene, PhD., President and CEO, Women’s Business Enterprise Council-Pacific will conduct this webinar.

Learn about the importance and value of diversity certification for your business. This webinar will explain the benefits of diversity certification, how to become certified, and how to grow your business. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions and receive expert advice.

The New Rollout of PPP: What You Need to Know
Thursday, January 21, 2021 from 4-5pm ET.

After months of waiting for much-needed relief, small businesses are finally getting revived support from the federal government. The Small Business Administration has authorized up to $284 billion in new funds for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which will re-open the week of January 11th through certain community financial institutions (CFIs).
Join ICIC, Small Business Majority, and our CDFI partners on January 21st for a free webinar to learn more about key updates in the new rollout of PPP, updated eligibility guidelines, and when your small business may be eligible to apply.

Topics include:

  • PPP reauthorization and important changes
  • Advance grants through the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program
  • SBA Debt Relief Program
  • Additional policies and resources for small businesses

The Art of Long-Term Care Planning
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 3pm – 4pm EST
Araba Bolton, Principal, Bolton Financial LLC and Paul Collard, Long Term Care Consultant, New York Life

A session designed to help you understand Long-Term Care, explore your options and come up with a solution that best suits you. It is important to understand how having a long-term care plan can benefit and protect your loved ones while you build and grow your business

Greater Boston COVID-19 Resources for Small Businesses
Friday, April 4, 2020, 4:30pm-5:30pm ET
City of Boston’s Office of Small Business Development, Berkshire Bank, the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts, and CommonWealth Kitchen

This webinar will cover updates and resources related to COVID-19 and policy recommendations to bolster small business owners right now in Boston.

Obtaining and Leveraging Certifications
Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 3pm-4pm ET
Laura Taylor, Vice President, WBENC Partner Network Planning and Operations; Farad Ali, Vice President, National Minority Supplier Development Council; Jack Ochoa, Founder & CEO, Veterans Chamber of Commerce.

Certifications are an incredible asset as one of the tools to enable you in scaling your business. This webinar will teach you how to leverage certifications and the strategic advantages of becoming certified.

6 Innovative Tricks for Networking at Conferences
Thursday, October 17, 2019, 2pm – 3pm ET
Keisha Mabry, Author, Speaker, and Networking expert.

Keisha is also an ICCC alum.

Keisha Mabry will be sharing six innovative tips, tools and tidbits you can use to maximize connections at every event. Her book “heyFRIEND: 100 Ways to Connect with 100 People in 100 Days” is the ultimate guide to teaching everyone how to curate and cultivate relationships every single day.

Leveraging Opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs
Friday, February 1, 2019, 12pm-1pm ET
Betty Francisco, General Counsel, Compass Working Capital and Co-Founder, Latina Circle and Amplify Latinx

This webinar will cover how to leverage opportunities specifically for female entrepreneurs through gaining access to programs and resources and tapping into capital networks for women and mentorship opportunities.

Connecting with and Leveraging Group Purchasing Organizations
Wednesday, August 28, 2019, 12pm-1pm ET
This webinar will be conducted by several Vizient employees.

This webinar will discuss Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs) and how GPOs can be a part of your strategic process in scaling your business.


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