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The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering a series of free web-enabled instructor-led training sessions in January to allow busy professionals the opportunity to receive training without leaving the office.

The seminars are being offered to eligible individuals or small businesses nationwide as part of SBA's efforts to provide relevant training to the small business community. Instructors for the training are from Stover & Associates, Inc., a highly acclaimed training firm located in Atlanta, Ga.

 Each seminar series will be offered on two consecutive weekday afternoons from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. EST. Attendees are required to attend both 3-hour sessions to receive a certificate of completion. Register online today at http://sbaworkshops.stoverteam.com.

 "The SBA encourages small businesses to take advantage of these training seminars," said Judy McCauley, director of SBA's West Virginia District Office. "Having the opportunity to participate in training without leaving the office is something we are very excited to offer."

Available online seminars include:

  • Marketing and Capture Management

Part 1: Jan. 22

Part 2: Jan. 23

  • E-Commerce and Internet Business Strategy

Part 1: Jan. 24

Part 2: Jan. 25

  • Proposal Preparation

Part 1: Jan. 28

Part 2: Jan. 29

  • Government Contract Negotiation

Part 1: Jan. 30

Part 2: Jan. 31

Small businesses who are eligible and interested in the topics above should attend these free seminars. To register go to: http://sbaworkshops.stoverteam.com. For information contact Phyllis Embree or Chris Strudthoff at sbaworkshops@stoverteam.com or call 770-423-9888.

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