Reyna Mendez and Juan Salas, enterprise development instructors with University of Nevada, Reno Extension, will direct the on the internet webinars Wednesday and Friday.

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As the new calendar year kicks off and one more COVID-19 stimulus offer has been handed, University of Nevada, Reno Extension will offer absolutely free on line city halls and webinars this week and the subsequent 7 days to provide smaller-companies entrepreneurs with specifics on the stimulus package deal, as very well as advice on advertising and marketing and taxes.

Discussion on the new stimulus offer will consist of enhancements to the Little Small business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Application, as well as emergency enhancements currently being manufactured to linked lending systems.

“With COVID-19 nonetheless surging, accessing the new reduction cash and figuring out the alterations and improvements created to present aid packages are essential for the survival of our modest companies,” claimed Buddy Borden, economic enhancement expert with Extension’s Small business Enhancement Program. “But, with the vaccines rolling out, we also want our modest corporations to keep hunting ahead and to make confident they are on top rated of their internet marketing and taxes, two pillars of small business that will assistance their businesses prosper lengthy after we get through COVID.” 

The city halls start out with a presentation and then contributors network with one yet another and drive the discussion. The webinars give more in depth information and facts on unique topics to support entrepreneurs and enterprises system strategically, adapt and triumph. All classes are absolutely free and operate about an hour.

The town corridor and webinar will concentrate on the new stimulus bundle and taxes, and will be for English speakers. The following week’s sessions will target on the new stimulus package deal and marketing, and will be for Spanish speakers. Later on in the month, there will be periods on taxes for Spanish speakers and classes on advertising and marketing for English speakers. Information on classes for the future two weeks are as follows.

The Jan. 6 and Jan. 8 sessions are for English speakers:

The city corridor, “Nuts and Bolts of the New Stimulus Package and Acquiring Structured for Tax Season,” is Wednesday, Jan. 6, at 9 a.m. Panelists contain the adhering to:

From the Tiny Company Administration – Saul Ramos, deputy director

From Extension – Reyna Mendez and Juan Salas, organization improvement instructors and Mike Bindrup, investigate associate 

The webinar, “Taxes and My Company,” is Friday, Jan. 8, at 9 a.m. Salas will focus on the pursuing:

Tax formulas and the significance of estimation

The three major taxes related to business enterprise cash flow and earnings

Taxes linked to workforce at the federal and state level

Figuring out compliance dates and documentation 

The Jan. 13 and Jan. 15 periods are for Spanish speakers:

The city hall, “Nuts and Bolts of the New Stimulus Deal and Advertising and marketing in 2021” is Wednesday, Jan. 13, at 9 a.m. Panelists include:

From the Small Company Administration – Alfredo Cedeño, outreach/promoting specialist 

From Extension – Mendez, Salas and Bindrup 

The webinar, “Digital Advertising: Primary Ideas,” will be held Friday, Jan. 15, at 9 a.m. for Spanish speakers is Friday, Jan. 8, at 9 a.m. Mendez will focus on:

The relevance of digital marketing in business

The 3 principals of social media: visitors, conversion and retention

Identifying very good and bad social media strategies

Building a weekly enjoy for social media

To register:

For the January 6, 9 a.m., English-language town hall, go to

For the January 8, 9 a.m., English-language webinar, go to up/WN_4i4fDG8WR9GE3RaRjhWThQ.&nbsp

For the January 13, 9 a.m., Spanish-language city corridor, go to

For the January 15, 9 a.m., Spanish-language city hall, go to

Extension has been offering a series of on-line town halls and webinars for compact businesses, “Coping With COVID-19,” given that April 2020. For additional information and facts, go to the Extension Business Progress Program website at There are also other methods at the site to aid corporations in the course of the COVID-19 disaster. For more details, email Borden at [email protected]