Attend the Small Business 2015 Outlook Webinar

A Special EventEDIT

December continues to be a busy month with events taking place all over the United States, the world and online.

Featured this week is the Small Business 2015 Outlook. This free webinar is hosted by Biz2Credit and Small Business Trends. Get prepared for tax time and learn money-saving tax advice, overlooked business deductions, and advice on business formation. If you are interested, this webinar will be taking place Thursday, December 18.

To see a full list or to submit your own event, contest or award listing, visit the Small Business Events Calendar.



Featured Events, Contests and Awards

Webinar: Small Business 2015 Outlook Webinar: Small Business 2015 Outlook

Dec. 18, 2014, Online

This webinar will feature money-saving tax advice from experts in accounting, finance, and business incorporation. The webinar will cover best sources of capital in 2015, tax tips and advice on business formation. The panel will be moderated by our very own Anita Campbell, founder, CEO and Publisher of Small Business Trends.


AM DAYS Affiliate Management Days Conference AM DAYS Affiliate Management Days Conference

March 30, 2015, San Francisco, CA

The Affiliate Management Days San Francisco 2015 conference is an event for marketing managers and those responsible for their company’s affiliate marketing strategy, management and operations. Whether you have an existing affiliate program or you’re creating a new initiative, AM Days provides insight into how others are successfully implementing and managing their affiliate programs. Receive 10% off a full conference registration with the discount code: SBIZSF15!


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