Free seminar Diving into the world of e-commerce

A Portsmouth-area marketer will host a free digital training for the Pike Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday morning.

Entitled “Dive into the world of e-commerce”, Audrey Schiesser will present the entry-level guide to e-commerce and how it can benefit your business, such as an e-commerce 101 class.

The chamber says e-commerce isn’t new, but now that more and more shoppers are staying at home, it’s definitely worth considering adding to your business model. If you’ve been intimidated by what e-commerce is and how you can get started, this webinar is for you.

The online event hosted by Women’s Business Centers of Ohio is free.

Audrey Schiesser is the founder and CEO of Appalachian Marketing and Media. She graduated from Shawnee State University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing in May 2021. While in college, she served as Vice President of Student Government and Trustee on the Shawnee State University Board of Trustees. Today Audrey sits on the Main Street Portsmouth Board of Directors as well as the Scioto Christian Youth Athletics Board. Audrey, her husband Ryan and son-in-law Hunter attend Grace Community Church in Bigelow in Portsmouth where they serve their church and community in a variety of ways.

The Ohio Institute of Economic and Community Development’s Women’s Business Centers guide individuals through any stage of the business process. Through one-on-one counseling sessions with WBC staff and volunteers, you can gain the direction and resources needed to achieve your goals. Business advisors want to help you start a successful business or grow and grow your existing business, increasing your income and creating jobs for the local economy.

The Women’s Business Centers of Ohio regularly presents training workshops to provide free access to small business knowledge. They are the only SBA-funded women’s business centers in the state.

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