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A.I. 101 - Part 4

Since OpenAI released their CustomGPTs technology in November, I have created more than 60 AI Assistants, and I am blown away by what they can do, and how much time they save me every day. Same for my clients and friends.

Find out all the other extraordinary things that AI can do for you. Find out what you'll be able to do with AI in the very near future. See demos of the newest AI tools

AI 101- Part 4 "The Rest of What AI Can Do"


Speaker(s): Tony Rockliff, SCORE Pinellas County, Tony Rockliff Productions

Women in Business Event - Artificial Intelligence: Your Business Super Power

Explore the power of artificial intelligence tools in enhancing your marketing strategies, including content creation, video editing, website design, and more. Plus, discover unique AI applications to streamline various aspects of your business. Learn how these cutting-edge tools can empower you to elevate your business to the next level!

How to Establish Nonprofit Partnerships That Work
This webinar is designed for small nonprofits seeking to expand their reach through strategic alliances. Learn how to identify potential partners, the nuances between informal and formal partnerships, and the dynamics of working with Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) versus contracts.
Independent Contractor or Employee: Do You Know the Difference?

“The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and the IRS are stepping up enforcement of worker classification regulations, and in today’s part-time economy, it may be harder than ever to avoid penalties”


Learn More About:

·      The current DOL definitions of independent contractors and employees

·      Employer (business owner) responsibilities as they apply to the diverse types of workers

·      Methods of determining worker classification

June Lunch & Learn: Scaling Your Small Business
Expanding your business is an exciting prospect, but it's crucial to weigh all the factors before taking the leap.
Mind Your Own Business Women's Expert Business Panel

Wish you could have a team of experts at your disposal for guidance on starting, growing and maintaining your business?

SCORE is ready to help Mind Your Own Business, a special seminar for women, with valuable insights and information on marketing, branding, AI, and winning business strategies for startups to seasoned businesses.

A panel of SCORE business experts will answer your questions and you’ll engage with other like-minded attendees who have similar concerns and experiences.

Confidently Navigate Conflict in the Workplace as a Woman in Business

ThinkSafe Seminars' Workplace Violence Prevention course teaches proactive strategies to prevent conflicts before they arise. Designed specifically for women, this workshop enhances self-awareness and equips participants with effective conflict de-escalation techniques. By focusing on situational awareness and trusting intuition, you'll learn to foster a safer, stress-free workplace environment.

Course highlights include:

Intellectual Property, Anyone?

Do you own or manage a small business? Want to know more about the basics of copyrights, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights and trade secrets? This webinar will show you how to protect the intellectual property in your business, and avoid infringing the intellectual property of others.

Do You Know Your Target Audience?

One of the first steps for any new business, along with creating that all important business plan and finding the financial support needed to implement the plan, is the creation of a marketing plan.  To do this, you must have a vision for your business, what it will be, and how it will look. Most importantly  you need to know who your business will seek to attract, and what these customers want in products and services, and where they get their information.  This is called identifying your target audience.

“What IF?” Revisited AGAIN!

Have you planned in your yearend financial review a look at the “What Ifs”?   It is my belief that in your review of how your business is doing financially, having a short discussion with your accountant and/or banker, lawyer, and insurance agent about the “What Ifs” would benefit your confidence in moving forward with your plans.  These reviews should be done yearly if not more often.

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