Increase your online presence; no-cost help available
Feb 18, 2021
Indiana SBDC, IU Kelley School of Business partner to provide direct technical support, assist small businesses in expanding online capabilities & sales
The Indiana SBDC and Indiana University Kelley School of Business are partnering to support the long-term economic recovery of Hoosier small businesses and entrepreneurs. Eligible companies may apply for no-cost assistance to help establish or increase their online presence through website development, e-commerce support and other digital tools and services.
Under this new program, Kelley students and recent graduates are offered internships to assist small businesses in solving technology issues or providing new digital capabilities.
Projects include creating or modifying websites, building e-commerce platforms, improving cybersecurity frameworks, migrating data, and more.
Each project will be completed within two weeks.
Each project will be completed by student interns under the guidance of a faculty member or professional mentor.
Along with technical services, student interns provide training and education to enable small businesses to operate the new technology or tool following the conclusion of the project.
All work is conducted virtually to ensure the health and safety of Hoosiers.
Be an Indiana SBDC client,
Have been in business as of February 15, 2020, and
Be able to demonstrate a negative impact from COVID-19.
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