San Jose, California – (The Hosting News) – May 11, 2006 – The non-profit Small Business Technology Institute will offer five technology immersion seminars and a simulation experience.
Sponsored by Intel Corporation, the one-day event will cost $20.
Small businesses in Hawaii are invited to learn how technology can take their business to the next level by attending the Small Business Technology Boot Camp in Honolulu on Tuesday, May 23, 2006 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at theWaikiki Beach Marriott Resort and Spa, 2552 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Feartured topics include: Marketing, Sales and Business Development; Operations, Inventory Management, Collaboration; Financial Management; General Management and Executive Decision Making; and Front and back-office productivity and security.
According to Intel, it sponsors the boot camps to help small businesses learn how to improve business effectiveness. Through education, Intel is working with small business to enrich communities where we live and work.
The Small Business Technology Institute (SBTI) is a non-profit, public benefit corporation that fosters the adoption of information technology among small businesses. SBTI provides information technology awareness, education, consulting, and support services to businesses with 1 to 300 employees, with a focus on disadvantaged categories. SBTI also provides technology developers and vendors with market intelligence and knowledge to ensure the development of products that meet the needs of small businesses.
To learn more about Intel Small Business, please visit: www.intel.com/smallbusiness.
For more information about the Boot Camp, please visit: www.sbtechnologyinstitute.org/bootcamp/register.php?EcomId=1107.