June’s Office Small Business Academy session focuses on sustaining business growth

Laurent Giret

Earlier this year, Microsoft inaugurated the Office Small Business Academy, a monthly educational and thought leadership webcast series created for small business owners as “a source of ideas, inspiration, and smarter ways of running a business.” In each episode, host Caroline Goles sits down with entrepreneurial experts to learn how their proven techniques can help other people growing their business.

The Office team has just announced on a blog post today that the June episode “Tips for Sustaining Business Growth” will air June 28 at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET and will focus on learning new ways to approach product launches, customer service, and strategic thinking. You can read the official description below:

Sustaining your growing business often requires evolution. In this “innovate or die” culture, small businesses face particular challenges, and advantages, to staying ahead.
If the methods that made your business successful aren’t keeping your business successful, then it may be time for a change.

Featured guests:

• CNBC on-air contributor, Carol Roth, has best practices for launching new products or services, including the fastest way to build credibility.
• Small business expert, Susan Solovic, shares her secrets to powerful customer service and explains why you don’t have to be a disruptor—just different.
• Author of “Winning the Brain Game,” Matthew E. May, gives tips for how to reshape your strategic thinking, encourage creativity and open innovation among your employees.


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