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In today’s digital marketing world, 9 out of 10 times the relationship you are creating with your customers is starting online. With this in mind, it is important to have an online presence that is showcasing your brand in the way you want. Find 5 helpful steps to enhance your business's digital marketing presence.
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The Panther Biz Headquarters (PBHQ) is a student-led program out of UNI’s Center for Business Growth and Innovation (CBGI). Started in 2018, the program has helped over 30 small businesses across Iowa with their digital marketing needs. The PBHQ gives students the opportunity to gain experience in their field while connecting and helping small businesses.
NAWBO Iowa (National Association of Women Business Owners) is launching its NEW Business Institute this summer, uniquely designed for women business owners who own an established business that has not yet reached $1 million in revenue, but who fall into what’s considered the ‘missing middle.’
NAWBO – the National Association of Women Business Owners - came to Iowa in 1986 under the leadership of a dozen committed women business owners. Through the years, the chapter has engaged hundreds of passionate and forward-looking women in collaboration to accelerate growth for the state’s women-owned firms.