Napa Sonoma SBDCSanta Rosa and Napa, California

GUERNEVILLE: Retail Revival: How to Manage Seasonal Fluctuations in your Business

GUERNEVILLE: Retail Revival: How to Manage Seasonal Fluctuations in your Business

Thursday, May 16, 2019 8:30am to 10:00am
No Fee

FREE event for Sonoma County retailers!

MAKE IT HAPPEN ALL YOUR LONG: How to Manage Seasonal Fluctuations in your Business

When your business is highly seasonal -- or your location is, how do you ensure it thrives all year long? Attend this one-day workshop for retailers and restaurants. Training topics include:

  • Local Events

  • Importance of authenticity

  • Yelp and Trip Advisor

  • Creating a destination location

  • Rethinking your business

  • Traditional vs. new media

  • Google my business

  • Attracting new visitors

Retail expert Marc Willson has visited more than 2,000 communities in 36 states, helping independent retailers and restaurants outmaneuver the competion.
Attend the workshop and sign-up for a free one-on-one visit to your Guerneville retail store or restaurant by Marc for a business review. Marc is available one day only to visit your store!

FREE event - limited spaces - REGISTER ONLINE.

This special event is by the Napa-Sonoma Small Business Development Center, Sonoma Economic Development Board, and the Russian River Chamber of Commerce.

Valerie Bible
(707) 256-7250
Russian River Chamber of Commerce
16200 First Street

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