Attend A CT State Community College Seminar

Attend A CT State Seminar!

As the rapidly changing small business and startup ecosystem adjusts to a new normal, it's important for founders, entrepreneurs, and businesses owners to know that they are not alone. CT State Community College, and the State of CT, care about and want to support a thriving small business environment for existing businesses and the ones yet to be created. One of the most effective methods for getting help with your business is to have a face-to-face conversation with an expert that can help you solve your most pressing business challenges. These State-wide Small Business Seminars are designed to get you the expert help you need, based on topics you've told us are important to you, especially as we come out of this Covid season.

Choose from a variety of seminars specifically designed to provide you with tangible resources, answers, guidance, and experience on topics you deal with on a regular basis like e-commerce, social media, cyber security, blockchain, and more, all of which you can attend from the comfort of your own home. In-person seminars are also available for most topics if you'd prefer, with food and drinks provided! You may sign up to attend as many seminars as you'd like, though there is a limit of two attendees per business for each individual seminar.

If you have any questions about these seminars, or if you have suggestions for seminars you'd like to attend in the future, please use the form below to let us know. We're looking forward to seeing you soon!

Strategy: How to maximize business planning

E-commerce: Get started with online selling

Social Media: Understanding social media platforms

Startup: Building your first business

HR: How to hire great people

YouTube: Launching a video/influencer brand

Cannabis: Get ready to launch cannabis in CT

Marketing: Make the most of your customer relationships

Product Development: Validate your product/market fit

Fund Raising: Build an investible startup

Cyber Security: Protect your business and your customers

Regulation: Startup and small business legal considerations

Startup: Building your first business (3/28)
Blockchain I: Discover Bitcoin and crypto (3/30)
HR: How to hire great people (4/4)
YouTube: Launching a video/influencer brand (4/11)
Cannabis: Get ready to launch cannabis in CT (4/18)
Blockchain II: Understanding the distributed ledger (4/18)
E-commerce: Get started with online selling (4/21)
Marketing: Make the most of your customer relationships (4/25)
Product Development: Validate your product/market fit (4/27)
Fund Raising: Build an investible startup (5/2)
E-commerce: Get started with online selling - IN PERSON (5/9)
Cyber Security: Protect your business and your customers (5/11)
Strategy: How to maximize business planning - IN-PERSON (5/16)
Marketing: Make the most of your customer relationships (5/23)
Regulation: Startup and small business legal considerations (5/30)
Social Media: Understanding social media platforms (5/30)
HR: How to hire great people (6/2)
Marketing: Make the most of your customer relationships (6/6)
Startup: Building your first business (6/13)
Strategy: How to maximize business planning (3/13)
E-commerce: Get started with online selling (3/21)
Social Media: Understanding social media platforms - IN-PERSON (3/23)