Thu, May 14 | Women of Toledo's Zoom

Virtual- Power Hour Series XVI: Let's Learn

We invite you to join our virtual power hour series and continue to find opportunity to be empowered. Let's learn how to use the Library Online resources to research your competition, build vendor databases and specific business - to- customer databases.
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Virtual- Power Hour Series XVI: Let's Learn

Time & Location

May 14, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM
Women of Toledo's Zoom

About the Event

Let's learn how to use the Library Online resources to research your competition, build vendor databases and specific business - to- customer databases. You will be given live demos of building databases that you can use as call lists, mailing lists or understanding a demographic. Linda will also take time to help you understand how this data comes about. Handouts will be available. If you don't already have a Toledo Lucas County Public Library you can get one at: https://www.toledolibrary.org/card

Our Speaker:   

Linda Lucas Fayerweather is a business specialist at the Toledo Lucas County Library where she works with existing business owners, business professionals and prospective entrepreneurs to help them find the data and research to advance their business goals.  She has firsthand experience in the world of small business having owned several businesses including, Changing Lanes in Maumee Ohio; a licensed before and after school day care center in Maryland; counseled over 300 small business owners in Delaware while Director of the Delaware Small Business Development Center; and has spent too many hours doing personal and business taxes. She has a bachelor’s in library science from Eastern Michigan University and an MBA in accounting from Augusta State University where she lettered in cross country, too. She has received the YWCA Milestones award and the Maumee Hometown Hero award.

When she is not doing business development and entrepreneurial training, look for her in her Maumee, Ohio garden where she lives with Bill, her husband; one mutt; and one ghost named Aunt Phoebe. Not far from her home are her two children’s families with two grandsons, Desmond and Lucas and one granddaughter, Valerie.

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