In today’s competitive environment, small businesses must create innovative strategies to identify new customers, increase sales and achieve marketing success. Creating new marketing strategies will not only give you a competitive edge, but can greatly increase your sales. Whether it’s identifying new markets or creating an e-marketing strategy, the LSBDC can help you achieve your marketing and sales goals.
 
The LSBDC can help you:

Develop a marketing plan
Develop an e-commerce strategy
Create an e-marketing strategy
Identify new domestic markets
Develop an export strategy
Identify government opportunities
Maximize sales from existing customers
Identify business to business opportunities
To get a jumpstart on your marketing strategy, contact your local LSBDC to schedule a no-cost, confidential consultation today.

Upcoming Events
Internet Marketing Solutions: Branding
Wednesday, April 19, 4:30 PM
LSBDC Greater New Orleans and Bayou Region, Xavier University of Louisiana, Division of Business, Xavier South - ROOM 203, *Metairie

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Berries&Business - Positive or Poison: Maintaining a Healthy Reputation Online - Ponchatoula
Tuesday, April 25, 8:00 AM
, Rotary Hut in Memorial Park, Ponchatoula

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Internet Marketing Solutions: Branding
Wednesday, May 17, 4:30 PM
Xavier University, Xavier South Rm. 402E, New Orleans

Your brand is your key to being recognized in a sea of competitors. How you present yourself via digital media is a crucial part of your business' m...Read More



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