Register for 2022 Summer Learning Lunches
The 2022 Mulvane Small Business Learning Lunches are a series of lunch programs to help small businesses improve their marketing, customer engagement, web site & social media content, customer buying decisions, business activities during disruptions or disaster, and cyber security for an increasingly digital global environment. Sessions are presented by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Mulvane Chamber of Commerce and the Mulvane Public Library from 11:30 AM – 1 PM each Thursday listed below.
Thursday, July 14 – Marketing and Customer Engagement – Learn how to make your business stand out and become a destination. Develop your competitive advantage to stand-out from the pack! Get tips for gaining repeat customers, marketing best practices including e-mail marketing tips.
Thursday, July 21 – Content Marketing 101 – Content marketing is the creation and distribution of valuable, relevant, and consistent messaging that attracts and retains a clearly defined audience and, ultimately, drives profitable customer action. learn the 5 steps to effective content marketing, how to begin creating good content for social media, e-mail marketing or blogs. Learn the right questions to help you define your company’s unique positioning statement.
Thursday, July 28 – Get Your Customers to Swipe Right – So you’ve got a website and social media profiles — great! Now, how do you use them to produce real results for your business? In this intermediate-level session, you’ll get tips, tricks, and best practices for engaging prospects online, driving foot traffic or calls, and turning customers into loyal brand advocates.
Thursday, August 4 – Continuity Planning: How to Keep Your Business Open After a Disruption or Disaster – This workshop covers the fundamentals of a continuity plan that a business owner acts on in the event of a business disruption (disaster, power outage, absence of key employee or owner).
Thursday, August 11 – CyberSecurity Essentials for Small Business Owners – This presentation covers the cyber security fundamentals that all small business owners should understand and take action on and addresses the common (universal) risk points that make most small businesses susceptible to a cyber-attack or data breach.
If you do not complete part 2 & purchase tickets for your registered lunch(es), your reservation will be incomplete and will not be honored.