ASBTDC offers small business webinars

The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center has several free webinars for business owners regarding tips and ideas on how to process the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Association for Computing Machinery to Hold Electronic Charity Drive Sept. 19

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is stepping up to help students who need electronic equipment for classes by holding an electronic charity drive Saturday, Sept. 19.

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Professor Stephen Stone leads a master class during the Arkansas High School Dance Festival.

Dance professor to participate in Dancing with Our Stars fundraiser

Local Arkansas stars are participating in a dance competition fashioned after the “Dancing with the Stars” television series to raise money for neurofibromatosis on Sept. 10.

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Dr. Heidi Skurat Harris

Rhetoric professor to participate in two webinars this fall 

The Online Writing Instruction Community is holding its first-ever virtual symposium. This keynote speaker for the symposium is Dr. Heidi Harris, an associate professor of rhetoric and writing.

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Bowen Law School.

Bowen to host U.S. Supreme Court Panel

The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law plans will hold a virtual panel discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s June decision in Bostock v. Clayton County

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Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center

ASBTDC continues to host small business webinars

The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center, based at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, is offering several no-cost webinars to help business owners respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. 

Created in response to COVID-19, the “Keep Calm and Small Business On” webinar series began March 19. Recordings of past programs in the series are available on YouTube at tinyurl.com/vtnk4ns. Links to register for each program are available at asbtdc.org/asbtdc-events.

The upcoming webinars include: 

  • “Time Management Strategies to Control the Busy of Life” – 2 p.m. June 23 
    Do you feel overwhelmed? Like you haven’t got any work done? In this webinar, learn tips on how to improve your time management and daily productivity. Speaker: Allyson Lewis, CEO, and director of corporate training and leadership development
  • “Small Talk: Human Resources” – 6 p.m. June 23  
    Local human resources professionals will focus on three common HR-related topics that businesses struggle with.s. Speakers: Glenda Caton of Caton Consulting; Dr. Karen Leonard of UA Little Rock College of Business; and Audrina Lange of U.S Department of Labor.
  • “Building a Resilient Supply Chain.” – 10 a.m., July 1 

Learn tips and strategies your small business can implement to avoid major disruption to your supply chain. Speaker: Dr. Naeem Bajwa, Department of Management, UA Little Rock

The center’s statewide network of offices are operating virtually and offering to consult by phone, email, or videoconference. To sign up, go to asbtdc.ecenterdirect.com/signup or call 1-800-862-2040.