Small Business

SCORE Miami-Dade offers 5 new workshops in Spanish

 

Starting next week, SCORE Miami-Dade will present five new business workshops in Spanish, thanks to a sponsorship from Staples. SCORE is a longtime provider of free and low-cost resources to entrepreneurs and small businesses.

The first Spanish language workshop, “Creando un Plan de Mercadeo,” will help business owners or those considering starting a business create their marketing plan, promote their business and learn how to use the Internet to increase sales. It takes place on May 9, at 5 p.m., at Shake a Leg Foundation, 2620 S. Bayshore Dr. in Coconut Grove. The presenter is Luis M. Zuniga, with 40 years of experience in marketing and sales operations for high-tech multinational corporations.

On June 8, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., SCORE will feature “Estrategias para mejorar la Productividad de su Negocio usando Internet e Innovación.” Students will learn techniques, strategies and methods to improve business productivity using the Internet and social networks.

Presenter Gonzalo Capriles is an international consultant with extensive experience in business competitiveness using Internet marketing and social networking. The workshop will be at the Small Business Administration Offices, 100 South Biscayne Blvd. in Miami.

The cost for each workshop is $30. Register at http://miadade.score.org or call 786-425-9119 for more information.

The additional three Spanish-language workshops will follow this fall.

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