Leigh Buchanan and Kate Rockwood look at some high-tech productivity secrets from those at the top levels. Click here to find out more.
Crowdfunding can be a vital resource for launching something new or contemplating what’s next. Looking ahead yet staying grounded in the present are significant to success. Click here to see what Lydia Belanger says about shooting for success.
The Fox Valley Chapter of SCORE offers free mentoring sessions to small business owners and start-ups at the Plainfield Public Library, 15025 S. Illinois St., Plainfield, IL on the second and fourth Mondays of the month, 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Space is very limited, and registration is required. Go to foxvalley.score.org, click on Book Now! and follow the steps to register at the Plainfield Public Library. SCORE is a nationwide, non-profit organization dedicated to helping the owners of existing and start-up businesses assure that their businesses grow and prosper.
Business Source Premier is the industry’s most popular business research database, featuring the full text for more than 2,200 journals. Full text is provided back to 1965, and searchable cited references back to 1998.
Take a look at this online resource with your Plainfield library card and gain access to:
Market Research Reports
You can find this on the library’s webpage, here.
With more document sharing, contracts and agreements being accomplished online, document signing online has become more desirable and necessary. Click here to find out what Renzo Costarella says about the growing use of online signatures.
Lynda.com is a free educational resource available through the Plainfield Public Library web page. It offers a variety of video courses for software and business skills, photography and writing courses…and more. It is free to Plainfield Library cardholders, 24/7. If your or your organization are looking for a place to learn and improve skills, take a look at the available learning paths, design, software and popular topics. Click here to take a look.
Sufficient numbers of skilled workers at all levels seem to be lacking, including IT. Is AI the solution or at least part of the solution? Click here to see that Gabby Menachem says about this concern.