Third Wednesdays with the Silicon Valley SBDC (SVSBDC)
Third Wednesdays with the Silicon Valley SBDC:
“What you need to know about electronic payment processing”
On the third Wednesday of each month, the Silicon Valley Small Business Development Center will be holding a training and networking event at the MLK Library on our campus at San Jose State University.
MLK Library 3rd floor (150 E San Fernando St, San Jose, CA 95112)
Parking at the Fourth St Garage is complimentary with validation at the event.
Each month we will devote the first hour from 10-11AM to a specific topic related to small business and the second hour from 11AM-Noon will be strictly for networking. No long boring PowerPoints, just useful information and comradely.
Our first event will take place on April 20th. The topic will be “What you need to know about electronic payment processing”
Seating is limited and registration required.
The event is FREE!
For more information please visit: sjsu.edu/sbdc.
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