Entrepreneur? Learn How Technology Can Improve Your Business

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If you're a budding entrepreneur or already a business-owner, now is a great time to brush up on your technology know-how and propel your business to the next level.

In partnership with The New York Times Knowledge Network, the Women's Entrepreneurship Institute at Northern Kentucky University is offering a series of courses exploring how different technologies available today can be applied to a small- or medium-sized company to help it grow. Business owners also will learn how to evaluate technologies and prioritize them based on the benefits to their unique business.

Julie Lenzer Kirk, President and CEO of Path Forward International and a member of NCWIT's Entrepreneurial Alliance, will be teaching one of the classes: "Using Technology to Improve Your Business" is an online course that runs March 30 - April 19.  The deadline to register is March 23.

Julie's course is a practical guide for how small- and medium-sized businesses can get more done with fewer resources, by leveraging technology to grow and improve their bottom line. The course will teach business owners how to evaluate technologies and prioritize them based on their benefit to their specific business, as well as the pros and cons of creating customized technology in-house, and how to identify the resources they need.

Register now!