On-Demand Webinars

Watch on-demand webinars on your own time to learn about access to capital, healthcare, retirement and employer resources, plus much more.

The Bottom Line: New Year Refresh on SBA Capital Programs, Part 1

It’s a new year and we want you to start it off right! Do you know about all the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) capital programs you have access to? Join us for our first webinar of 2023 to learn more about how you can take advantage of these programs to support your small business. Part 1 will focus on capital programs.

This webinar is part of our “The Bottom Line” series hosted by the Small Business Administration (SBA) and Small Business Majority.

National Policy Briefing with Administrator Guzman

Join Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Isabella Casillas Guzman and Small Business Majority for an informative discussion about the SBA's 2023 priorities. Administrator Guzman's remarks will cover new initiatives, programs and policies small businesses can expect to see in the new year.

December National Policy Brief w. Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27)

Join U.S. Representative Judy Chu of California's 27th and Small Business Majority for our monthly briefing on the status of national policies that could impact small businesses. This month, we will focus on the Community Advantage Loan Program Permanency Act and other federal legislative updates. 

The Bottom Line: Navigating Digitization as a Small Business Owner

If not now, then when? Are you ready to board the digital transformation train? Are you using digital and social platforms to enter new markets, improve profitability, transform operations and recruit more customers? To help you navigate understanding and implementing digital transformation that will help your business, join the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Small Business Majority for this important webinar.
This webinar is part of our “The Bottom Line” series hosted by the SBA and Small Business Majority.

The Bottom Line: How to Plan for and Implement Revenue Growth

Explore solutions and tips to diversify your revenue and improve your bottom line! As a business owner, it’s essential to identify opportunities for maximizing revenue growth and ensuring your agility during this unique economic time.
This webinar is part of our “The Bottom Line” series hosted by the SBA and Small Business Majority.

Open Enrollment for 2023: What small businesses need to know

Small Business Majority and Georgians for a Healthy Future discuss how to enroll yourself or your employees in health insurance marketplace coverage for 2023. Topics include: Overview of the Health Insurance Marketplace, eligibility criteria for enrollment, how to navigate Healthcare.gov, documents needed to apply for coverage

Filing a tax return for your LLC: What small businesses need to know

Small Business Majority, Operation HOPE and TMB Tax & Financial Services host a webinar about filing a tax return for your LLC. Topics include: Record keeping, what is deductible vs. what is not deductible, considerations for using your home office business expenses, what forms use for W2 employee vs. self employed

The Bottom Line: Operational Efficiency and Why Your Small Business Needs it

Do you have 45 minutes to help build your bottom line and become more efficient? Ensuring that all components of your business are operating efficiently can help increase your ability to offer quality service to your customers while reinforcing your bottom line. We invite you to hear from experts on how to give your business a second look to increase your profitability and productivity, while saving precious time and money.
This webinar is part of our “The Bottom Line” series hosted by the SBA and Small Business Majority.

Pushing The Envelope: Federal, state, and local contracting opportunities for women business owners

ICYMI: In an effort to counteract the acute economic impacts of COVID-19 on small business owners, Congress passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) which sets aside $370 billion to spur transportation projects across the country. Notably, 10% of federal dollars are earmarked for socially and economically disadvantaged government contractors.

The Bottom Line: How to Become Cybersecure and Resilient for Your Small Business

Entrepreneurs are increasingly pivoting their businesses to online as they implement new strategies to reach more consumers. But, as business owners continue to adapt to the ever changing landscape of operating a business, they can be exposed to cyberattacks and other scams that put their success at risk. Join the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Small Business Majority to learn how to get your business cyber-ready.This webinar is part of our “The Bottom Line” series hosted by the SBA and Small Business Majority.

Crowdfunding 101 and alternative funding options for women entrepreneurs

Crowdfunding has raised over $34B in capital, but only 2% of small businesses are using crowdfunding to fund their business. Join Small Business Majority, Crowdfund Better, Founders First CDC, and IFundWomen for a free webinar where you will learn about crowdfunding for your business, alternative funding options, and grants available to women entrepreneurs.

The Bottom Line: How to be Capital Ready in an Expanding Market

How do you navigate preparing yourself for your first or even your fifth loan to ensure you’re utilizing your time and money properly? As interest rates continue to increase, understanding the ins and outs of market expansion and how to be capital ready in a timely fashion is more important than ever. Small Business Majority and the Small Business Administration (SBA) can help you navigate the current market during this free webinar.This webinar is part of our “The Bottom Line” series hosted by the SBA and Small Business Majority.

Choosing your business entity: What to know about small business taxes

Join Small Business Majority and Operation HOPE for a free webinar to learn about tax considerations when choosing a business entity.

Tax preparations can be complicated. The type of tax you pay will depend on the type of business entity you have. If you need to know whether you are on the right track or if you plan on changing your business structure, then this event is for you!

The Bottom Line: How to Combat Inflation as a Small Business Owner

Understanding how to deal with the impact of inflation as a result of the pandemic other global factors, and knowing where to look for and navigate available resources to tackle it can sometimes be daunting. Join Small Business Majority and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) for a free webinar to learn about funding options that are available to small businesses and new and existing resources to tackle inflation.

This webinar is part of our “The Bottom Line” series hosted by the SBA and Small Business Majority.

The Bottom Line: Finding Solutions and Navigating Supply Chain Delays

Some small business owners continue to endure the impact of supply chain issues, but they don't have to go at it alone. Let us bring the experts to you! During this webinar hosted by the Small Business Administration (SBA) and Small Business Majority, hear from supply chain experts about how to manage supply chain delays, lower costs and create more operational efficiency.

Building capacity for Black business success

Join Small Business Majority, Chicago Urban League, Urban League of Greater Atlanta, Operation HOPE, and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) for a discussion on how Black entrepreneurs can leverage capital and connections to build their businesses.

How the Inflation Reduction Act benefits the small business ecosystem

White House staff and Small Business Majority give a briefing to learn about how the Inflation Reduction Act will benefit the small business ecosystem. Speakers include Michael Negron, Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy at The White House and John Arensmeyer, Founder & CEO of Small Business Majority. 

Clean Slate: How justice reform can create a stronger workforce

The Responsible Business Initiative for Justice and Small Business Majority bring together small business leaders and national experts to talk about how to expand the labor pool, support working Americans, and advance racial equity through the automatic sealing of old arrest and conviction records. 

Digital marketing masterclass: Tools and resources for women in business

Small Business Majority and Women's Entrepreneurial Opportunity Project (WEOP) host an 1.5 hour workshop to share digital marketing strategies and resources for increasing your online presence, engagement and sales on your website and social platforms.

Illinois Secure Choice: What small business owners need to know

By this November, all Illinois employers with 16 or more employees will need to offer their own retirement program. Fortunately, there is a no cost option for small business owners who can't take on the fiduciary or administrative burdens of a traditional retirement savings program. 

How to build your business website for success

Your website is an opportunity to make a great first impression and give potential costumers comfort that you're a real business. In this webinar will share expert advice on how to build your business website for success.

Let's talk business (plans)!

A strong and detailed business plan will provide a road map for your small business success. In this webinar, Small Business Majority and Operation HOPE share: Types of business models and business plans, how to write a successful business plan, how to determine your marketing strategy and how build a solid financial forecast..

Colorado 2022 legislative session comes to an end: What small businesses should know

In this webinar, Small Business Majority and Good Business Colorado present on the new tax credits, programs and laws that affect Colorado small businesses. In addition to these new initiatives, you will learn more about how to get involved in small business advocacy and how to help shape policies with your business in mind.

Employee Ownership 101: A smart option for your business legacy

Employee ownership can be a great way to ensure longevity for your small business, take the burdens of ownership off your shoulders and give your employees more stake in your company. In this webinar Small Business Majority and Project Equity go over strategies for business resiliency, employee retention and succession.

Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: A panel discussion

In this webinar, hear from Small Business Majority, Associate Administrator Han Nguyen from the U.S. Small Business Administration's (SBA) Office of Communications Public Liaison, and AAPI small business owners to hear how the pandemic has impacted small business, the unique challenges AAPI entrepreneurs face and advice from seasoned small business owners.

Resilience and Recovery: Supporting America's rural women entrepreneurs

In this webinar women small business owners from rural communities will share an array of experiences on access to capital, workforce shortages and retention, physical infrastructure challenges and much more. During this event, Under Secretary for Rural Development Xochitl Torres Small give remarks on the importance of rural entrepreneurship and the vital role women entrepreneurs play in America’s rural communities.

Credit and money management

During the webinar Small Business Majority and Operation HOPE will be discuss credit money management. During this webinar we will cover, including 5 C's of credit, how to improve and build your credit, personal credit vs. business credit, how to budget and effectively manage your finances and the Small Business Borrowers' Bill of Rights.

How championing childcare boosts entrepreneurship with U.S. Sen. Warren

During this webinar, hear remarks from U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts on the importance of improving the nation's childcare system and supporting small childcare providers. Tune in to hear perspectives from small business owners and employees on the ongoing childcare crisis.

I'm a Survivor! Tips for remaining in business for women of color

During this session, you will hear from two women-owned business owners who have been in business for more than a decade, Allison Caldwell-Perkins, president of Allison's Infant and Toddler Centers and Barbara Bates, founder and owner of Bates Designs. Siri Hibbler, president of the Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce will also share tips on how entrepreneurs can receive support for their business.

Cash is King: Credit, cash flow and capital

There are invaluable tips and tricks you should know to help you start a business in California -- some new and some that stand the test of time. Hear from Prestamos CDFI, Oakland African American Chamber of Commerce, Chicanos Por La Causa and Small Business Majority during this presentation on credit and wealth-building tactics to grow your wealth as a small business owner.

Training: Safety requirements for children’s apparel and textile products

Hear from guest speaker Will Cusey from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) for another webinar on CPSC safety requirements for children’s apparel, sleepwear and other textile products. The webinar will provide an overview of the CPSC’s testing, labeling and certification requirements in place for these product categories for interested small business stakeholders.

Planning for sales growth & profit acceleration

Hear from Small Business Majority, QCC Business Solutions and Operation HOPE about the simple, easy-to-implement cost-free strategies they can use to stabilize revenue and see increases in leads, sales, and revenue, including, how to effectively market your business online, how to use joint ventures and affiliates to double sales, how to harness your database to maximize your back-end sales, and how to increase your current lead flow every month.

Leveling the Playing Field: How an antimonopoly agenda supports small business

Small Business Majority and the American Economic Liberties Project host U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), National Economic Council Deputy Director Bharat Ramamurti and small business owners for a discussion about the importance of creating accessible, competitive markets—online and beyond.

Empowering Women for Business Success: Business resources and opportunities

In honor of Women's History Month, Small Business Majority, Women’s Entrepreneurial Opportunity Project (WEOP), and the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce host a panel of business experts to talk about resources, tools and connections that are available to women entrepreneurs.

A celebration of Black entrepreneurship

Small Business Majority hosts a panel discussion to hear Black business owners from across the country share their experiences running a business during the COVID-19 pandemic and about financial resiliency tactics and resources available to address the needs of Black-owned small businesses.

What small businesses need to know about the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

Hear an overview of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and walk get a walk through of the various resources available to small business owners to help ensure they’re making, importing and/or selling safe consumer products.

How to avoid predatory lenders

As you search for capital to grow and expand your business, it’s critical that you are protected from harmful predatory lenders promising quick and easy cash. These lenders can sometimes offer you such unclear terms that you might unknowingly sign an agreement with an annual percentage rate in the triple digits. During this webinar you'll learn more about updates to ERC, EIDL and how to spot predatory lending practices and what you can do to stop them. 

Build a legacy with your small business

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Small Business Majority hosts Latino Economic Development Center Small Business Coach Juan Zabala for a discussion on how to build generational wealth through small business ownership. During this webinar, we will share best practices to scale your small business in order to pass it to the next generation.

Scale and Lift: Ways to grow diverse women-owned businesses and create jobs

Are you looking to grow and expand your woman-owned small business? During this webinar hosted by Small Business Majority and featuring presentations by Women’s Business Development Center and Founders First CDC, learn about programs in the Midwest providing training and coaching to diverse women-owned small businesses to not only scale up but seek to lift up other women by creating jobs, listen to a panel discussion on barriers and facilitators for women-owned small businesses, such as assets, access to capital and systemic gender biases.

Time management strategies for small business owners

During this webinar, we explore the best time management practices that are commonly employed by small businesses and discuss how you can make your small business more efficient using these tools.Information and resources presented during this webinar are provided by the FDIC and U.S. Small Business Administration's Money Smart training modules for small businesses.