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If you missed one of our weekly live webinars, our ever-expanding pre-recorded webinar series provides a great selection of expert insights to help you with your business.
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Damon Watkins, the Director of Finance & Operations for Cal Poly Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, is a motivated, personable business professional with a 15+ year track record in m...Read MoreRegister to watch video
Join us as we kick off the new year with our first 2022 Coffee and Conversation! Chris Delaney of Glenn Burdette covers “Startups and Taxes – Things to Consider”.
Having worked for a decade...Read MoreRegister to watch video
Peter & Ben Wen of Tallyfor, winner of AngelCon 2021, join us to talk about their journey after winning $145K in equity investment. Tallyfor is the first collaborative, cloud-native app in a $2...Read MoreRegister to watch video
Don't have big bucks in your marketing budget? It doesn't mean you can't make a big impact.
In this week’s free webinar presented by the Small Business Development Center at CSU Bakersfield...Read More
Host and SBDC director, Kelly Bearden begins with a look at the $10 billion Senate deal announced on 4/4/2022 that would repurpose money from Small Business Administration programs such as the Econ...Read More
SBDC director and host, Kelly Bearden begins with updates on Kern County’s $1.2 million Microbusiness Relief Grant Program, the California Relief Grant, and the California Dream Fund Seed Grant Pro...Read More
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