University Of Washington Foster School of Business Blog

The Consulting and Business Development Center takes business education out of the classroom and puts it to work in communities across Washington. Students provide valuable consulting to small businesses and non-profit organizations in underserved communities while business owners and non-profit leaders gain access to business education that creates jobs and changes lives.

This session will cover ways to look at serving customers in different ways -based on the business you have today. To survive and grow businesses will need to find new customers and new ways to reach customers. This workshop will present strategies to identify and win new customers and clients.

Once businesses start to open back up, life will not be the same. If you run a restaurant, you won’t be able pack people in at rush hour for a long time. If you run a hair salon, people will be wary of coming back. This session will cover ways to look at serving customers in different ways -based on the business you have today. To survive and grow businesses will need to find new customers and new ways to reach customers. This workshop will present strategies to identify and win new customers and clients. Webinar by Emer Dooley, Charlene M. and Arthur W. Buerk Endowed Faculty, with Reggie Brown, Owner Nutress Hair.

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