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Improving Delegation Skills

Join the Tulsa Regional Chamber for June’s Small Business Forum on delegation with Mary Lemmond of Tulsa Technology Center. As a small business owner and the assistant superintendent of Jenks Schools, Lemmond has considerable experience managing delegation issues and significant insights for ensuring quality and bridging generational gaps in delegation. Keeping with this theme, Judy Elliot, director of business and industry services at Tulsa Tech, will explain services available through Tulsa Tech for area businesses.

The Best of Both Worlds by Cindy Hulsey

I enjoy learning about history from reading fiction. I find it far more interesting and less likely to be bloated with the boring parts of history—politics and war—and more focused on people and how political situations and cultural changes directly affect them. I like historical fiction and lately seem to be particularly drawn to novels that feature real people. I’m currently reading Beautiful Fools: The Last Affair of Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald by R. Clifton Spargo.

Grow Your Business with ReferenceUSA

ReferenceUSA is the premier source of business and residential information.  Used by entrepreneurs, businesses, students, and job-seekers.  ReferenceUSA provides access to information on tens of millions of businesses and hundreds of millions of consumers.  

ReferenceUSA is available 24/7 @ http://www.tulsalibrary.org/databases/R

Interested in learning more about how ReferenceUSA can help your business grow?  Check out these webinars!

Long-term Revenue from Recurring Giving

Generate Long-term Revenue from Recurring Giving

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at 12pm

Free webinar

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Recurring giving is buzzing. If you’re considering a program to improve donor retention or you're ready to take your existing program to the next level, this free webinar is for you! 

I'd like to start my own business, but don't know quite where to begin. Where can I find some information on getting started?

We have a number of resources at the library that can help you start your own small business, some of which are included in the Business Center reference guide, which can be found on our Research & Learn page. Take a look at the various tabs near the top of the Business Center page, and you'll find one labeled Starting a Business.

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