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SBA Hosts Twitter Chat for Young Entrepreneurs
WASHINGTON – Young aspiring business owners are invited to learn the basics on how to turn good ideas into profitable ventures at the live Twitter chat on Feb. 19 hosted by the U.S. Small Business Administration (@SBAgov).
“SBA has a wide range of resources and programs to help young entrepreneurs start, manage and grow their business,” said SBA Philadelphia District Director David Dickson. “This is a great opportunity for prospective young small business owners who are looking for how to begin and what SBA and our resource partners can do to help.”
Tameka Montgomery from SBA’s Office of Entrepreneurial Development and Bridget Weston Pollack from SBA’s resource partner SCORE will share tips on developing a business plan, ways to get startup financing, and how to overcome those initial hurdles entrepreneurs face when starting out.
The event will be held during National Entrepreneurship Week, Feb. 15-22 (#sbaEweek).
Small business owners Dan Price, co-Founder and CEO of Gravity Payments (@DanPriceSeattle) and Genevieve F. Thiers, CEO and Founder of Sittercity.com (@genevievethiers) will share their stories of creating a successful company. Price and Thiers are former SBA National Young Entrepreneur award winners.
WHAT: SBA Twitter Chat: Startup Advice Young Entrepreneurs Love
WHEN: Wednesday, Feb. 19, 3 p.m. -- 4 p.m. EST
HOW: Hashtag: #sbaEweek
No registration is needed, but you must have a Twitter Account
Meanwhile, do you think you’re ready to start a business? Check out the free SBA online course for young entrepreneurs at http://go.usa.gov/BKzk. It will help you understand the steps you need to get started on building a successful business.