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Mar 4, 2021

Reach Customers Online with Google

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HISTORY:

During the 1970s and the era of the Equal Rights Amendment, several fledgling organizations serving women developed in the area. There was discussion among the Boards about combining all their grassroots efforts and ultimately, two organizations prevailed, The Spring and the Women’s Survival Center, later known as The Centre for Women.

Led by then State Representative Helen Gordon Davis, a staunch proponent of women and minority rights, the founding group of volunteers wanted a place that could help women deal with the emotional and financial traumas that occurred as a result of divorce, widowhood, or separation. The typical consumer was a woman in her forties, who had not been employed in many years, if ever. She had two children and her income had dropped over 70% as a result of the change in her marital status. Both counseling and education programs were needed to help the women work through their feelings, face the economic realities and move ahead to become self-sufficient.

With small federal grants and contributions, services started in July of 1978, and the passage of state Displaced Homemaker legislation several months later (which Representative Davis co-sponsored) provided more stable, on-going support for these services.

 

About this Event

In this session you'll learn how to:

• Create or claim your Business Profile on Google

• Manage your business info across Google Search and Maps

• Use Google My Business to connect with potential customers

• Create a free website using the info from your Business Profile

Let by Pamela Starr, a professional trainer for Grow with Google, this is a presentation all small business owners should attend.

 

Date And Time

Thu, March 4, 2021

8:30 PM – 9:30 PM IST

 

 

FOR MORE DETAILS PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW:

http://thecentre.org/

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