10 Tips for Social Media Managers
and Business Owners
2 – 4 pm
Are you a Social Media Manager or a Business Owner who is trying to navigate the tangled web of social media…effectively? This workshop will coach you through the process of creating powerful social media content.
**This is an intermediate/advanced content level workshop targeting EXISTING business owners and social media managers.**
Launching Your Business:
Grand Openings & Beyond
6 – 7:30 pm
The Greenhouse, in collaboration with SCORE and the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce, presents an innovative workshop offering tips for successful grand openings & strategies for growing your customer base AFTER the ribbon is cut.
Imagine being able to roll out of bed and work in your pajamas. No more long commutes, fighting crowds, and traffic just to get to work. Sound like a pipe dream? Well, it’s a reality for millions of home-based business people.
There are many advantages to a home-based business. This workshop focuses on the unique issues that go with it.
St. Pete made it through Hurricane Irma and recovery is underway. Many have asked what they can do to help – here’s your answer!
The Sunshine City’s locally-owned, independent businesses are integral to the unique flavor of our city. This week, business community leaders and City officials have come together to encourage residents to choose local and support neighborhood and locally-owned businesses in response to Irma’s disruption.
Now more than ever, they need us to rally around them and show them how important they are to this community.
Here’s how you can help: This week, make it a goal to shop, play, eat, drink, give and live local in every pocket of the city. Share how you’re embracing and experiencing ‘Burg Buys Local Week’ on social media – and we’ll be doing the same.
To watch the video, click the image above or click here
The Greenhouse, in partnership with the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and the City of St. Pete, has launched a survey to determine Hurricane Irma’s impact on local businesses.
The survey is open to all St. Petersburg based businesses. It aims to determine how they were affected by the storm, what types of assistance they require and their recommendations for actions that can be taken to minimize loss in the future.