SCORE Bucks County is offering five free webinars in a continued effort to keep the local business community informed.
“Perfect Launch Program: Sell More with Amazon” takes place June 1, at noon, in conjunction with Amazon. The hour-long session focuses on the five programs that Amazon sellers used in the first 90 days of launch to attain sales growth over time. This webinar will provide insight on the following: how to protect your intellectual property; leverage the Amazon network of fulfillment to provide a seamless customer experience; how to enhance your product listings; how automated pricing allows you to compete against similar sellers.
“Surviving to Thriving – Addressing HR Issues in a Post-Pandemic World” takes place June 6. Led by Christina M. Reger, founder of the Law Offices of Christina Reger, LLC (now known as Loutel Law), the interactive program highlights how businesses should address human resources issues as we move out of the pandemic. Reger will discuss: the status of business operations; business tax considerations; which policies and procedures should be updated; diversity, equity and inclusion.
“What You Should Know about Business Liability Insurance” takes place June 13. The workshop is led by Tom Kueny, a partner at Warrington-based KMRD Partners. Kueny will offer insight on: general liability; professional liability; employment practices liability; cyber liability.
“Basic Product and Service Sales Skills” takes place June 20. SCORE certified mentor Alan Sipe’s session will focus on: planning strategies for successful sales; handling questions and objections; asking for the order.
“Office Hours with Amazon” takes place June 28, from noon to 1 p.m., in conjunction with Amazon. Dan Corcoran and Abby Malchow from Amazon’s Small Business Empowerment team will answer questions about product reviews, promotional campaigns and features for small businesses.
With the exception of the Amazon discussions, all webinars are held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information or to register, visit score.org/buckscounty. All webinars are offered free of charge.