MANSFIELD – HarborOne U will be a featuring a series of new, small-business classes in June designed to help these entrepreneurs leverage the slow months to take a step back and find new ideas for business growth and success. From leveraging direct mail to understanding the importance of cash flow, to understanding how to market yourself as an individual and use business “street smarts,” these unique classes address a wide range of small business needs. In addition to these sessions, the popular WordPress program will feature a full day boot camp for developing a WordPress web site. For more information or to register for classes please visit www.harboroneu.com.
Featured small business classes include:
June 20: WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org?
June 22: Re-Inventing Yourself in Today’s Job Market.
June 27: Street Smart Business Strategy.
“As the summer approaches many people are thinking about vacations, but for small business owners this is a great time to take advantage of the slower months and focus on what new practices and processes they can put in place to make their business more effective,” said Maureen Wilkinson, director of HarborOne U. “The roster of classes we are offering in June are designed to provide attendees with a fresh perspective on how business can be done.”
HarborOne U is one of the country’s first centers founded by a financial institution, devoted to financial education, life and career support services and small business assistance.
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