#Smallbizchat is a weekly conversation where small business owners can get answers to their questions. The focus of #Smallbizchat is to end small business failure by helping participants succeed as your own boss.
Please join us live on Twitter every Wednesday 8-9 pm ET. Here’s how: follow @SmallBizChat on Twitter and follow the hashtag #Smallbizchat and click here for directions on how to join the conversation.
In April, #SmallBizChat will be focused on tax planning issues for small businesses; handling rapid business growth; celebrating the 8th anniversary of #SmallBizChat; and changing the way you lead in small business.
We have hosted over 380 live conversations on Twitter to support our mission to grow successful small businesses and end small business failure. Here’s to many more and counting.
Here is a list of who is on #Smallbizchat in April.
April 5th – Tax Planning Issues for Small Businesses, @taxmama
Eva Rosenberg, known as the TaxMama®, is an award-winning author of business tax books. Find her at www.TaxMama.com and where you can ask your tax and business questions for free.
April 12th – How to Handle Rapid Business Growth, @askdsb
Donna Smith Bellinger is an internationally known speaker, author and award-winning coach whose corporate experience in sales, leadership and business development has enabled her to create and implement strategies that generate “Sales Growth Guaranteed” for her clients. Find her at www.donnasmithbellinger.com.
April 19th – How to Stay Relevant and Successful in Today’s Changing Market, @susansolovic
Susan Wilson Solovic is an award-winning serial entrepreneur, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Amazon.com top 100 and USA Today bestselling author, media personality, sought-after keynote speaker, and attorney. You can find her at www.susansolovic.com.
April 26th – How to Change the Way You Lead in a Small Business, @boxofcrayons
Every Thursday morning on Melinda’s blog, a complete Q&A interview from each #Smallbizchat is posted as a recap http://www.succeedasyourownboss.com