BizLaunch Webinar – How to Grow Your Business Online

As a member of the BizLaunch Community, you’re invited to this free Cisco BizLaunch Webinar!

Get live answers to your questions from BizLaunch Small Business Expert Andrew Patricio. At the end of the session, you’ll get a chance to learn about Cisco solutions for your company. You’ll also be eligible to win a Cisco Security Router for your business.

Topic: How to Grow Your Business Online
Date & Time: Thurs. April 23 from 2 – 3 p.m. (EST)

Online sales for Canadian businesses now exceed $60 Billion. Is your small business getting its share? Marketing your business online doesn’t have to be complicated. There are plenty of powerful applications and tools available to help you bring in more customers, build a community, boost productivity and save money.

In this free one-hour Cisco BizLaunch Webinar, you’ll learn how to develop an online strategy for your business and use the tools to make it work. Ideal for anyone running a small business, this exciting webinar will help you to:

  • Build customer communities using popular social media applications such as FaceBook, Meetup, YouTube, Blogs and Twitter
  • Optimize your website so the right customers find you
  • Understand pay-per-click advertising
  • Communicate effectively with prospects & customers online
  • Convert website visits to sales
  • Find free online tools designed for small businesses

Presenters: Andrew Patricio, Co-founder of BizLaunch
Tessa Liu-Man-Hin, Cisco
To Register:

Please join us on Thurs. April 23 from 2 – 3 p.m. (EST). Register now at We’ll send instructions on how to join the webinar. Thank you!


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