EventsHow to Start & Run Your Business from the Library: Create an effective Social Media presence

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How to Start & Run Your Business from the Library: Create an effective Social Media presence

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Federal Way

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Presented by Andrew Powers of Key Tech Labs.  

For teens and adults.

Want to run your own business but don’t have the resources to do it?  Learn how to take an idea and bring it to market, utilizing free resources available at your public library.

Throughout the 16-part series, you'll be introduced to how you can start and run a business using current software and technologies like Google, Adobe and the library’s ideaX (Makerspace) equipment.

Space is limited. Please register for each class you want to attend at www.kcls.org or by calling 253.838.3668.

List of classes:

Monday, July 1: Create Your Own Website using Google Sites

Wednesday, July 3: Manage your Data using Google Sheets

Monday, July 8: Master Business Writing using Google Docs

Wednesday, July 10: Manage Items using Google Drive

Monday, July 15: Create your Own Logo using Adobe Illustrator

Wednesday, July 17: Edit your Photos using Adobe Photoshop

Monday, July 22: Create Event Flyers using Adobe InDesign

Wednesday, July 24: Create a cartoon version of yourself using Adobe Illustrator

Monday, July 29: Create a T-shirt Design that Can be Used with a Laser Cutter

Wednesday, July 31: Create a Business Card using a 3D Printer

Monday, August 5: Manage a YouTube Channel using Creator Studio and Raspberry Pis

Wednesday, August 7: Create a Crowdfunding Video using a Black Magic Camera

Monday, August 12Write a Business Plan using Lean Canvas

Wednesday, August 14: Create an Effective Social Media Presence

Monday, August 19: Create an App

Wednesday, August 21: Wrap-Up! Pulling It All Together

Program:
ideaX
Suitable for:
Teens
Adults
Type:
Computers & Technology
Jobs & Careers
Language:
English

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