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Seminar: Marketing in the Real World of Small Business

SPOKANE – WSU’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is offering a seminar that is a necessary primer for small business owners who want to grow sales and profits.
“Marketing in the Real World of Small Business” seminar is designed to provide a roadmap for sustained growth and a greater bottom line.
Join the SBDC in either Seattle or Spokane. The cost is $89 which includes a workbook and case study material (lunch is on your own). Participants can register online or contact Cindy Doyl, at
or 509-358-7890 for additional information.
Spokane’s seminar will run 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10, at the Spokane SBDC in the Sirti Building suite 201 at 665 N Riverpoint Blvd., Spokane.
Seattle’s seminar is set for 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12, at the South Seattle SBDC conference room at 13925 Interurban Avenue, South Seattle.
Facilitator for both dates is Barry Bauchwitz, who has over 45 years of experience with marketing and sales companies and advertising and promotion agencies. Bauchwitz, a University of California graduate, has also managed his own corporation which specialized in developing and implementing sales and marketing strategies for a variety of companies.
SpokaneTransportation note:
Visitors to campus are encouraged to use public transit; STA Route #29 serves Riverpoint.  Bike racks are located by every building, and the Centennial Trail provides pedestrian/bike access. Drivers should use the meters in the green parking lots, or park in the Pay and Display lot (cash only) located just off of Spokane Falls Boulevard to the west of the South Campus Facility at 412 E. Spokane Falls Blvd. One-hour parking on city streets is also available. Here is a link to a map to help guide you to your campus location. 

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