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The Office Small Business Academy series debuts January 26—register today

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What is your business resolution for the New Year? Whether you want to master the art of management, grow your social media presence or get the most out of technology, be sure to watch the first episode of Office Small Business Academy.

The Office Small Business Academy is a new monthly webcast series created for small business owners as a source of ideas, inspiration and smarter ways of running a business. It features experts and analysts with accessible, real-world advice, ready to be put to use by entrepreneurs, creative professionals, techies and leaders who’d rather be the boss than work for one.

This month, we sit down with entrepreneurial experts for a reality check and some timely inspiration.

  • CNBC’s Carol Roth discusses how to build your best business plan and gives some sound advice to those considering the path of entrepreneurship.
  • Evan Carmichael, noted entrepreneur and leadership expert, talks about how to successfully set and achieve goals in 2016 and shares his five tips for motivating employees.
  • Gigaom’s Stowe Boyd offers tips for working smarter, not harder with tools for the future of work.

Don’t miss this opportunity to start 2016 off right with insight and strategies from trusted experts who know a thing or two about success.

Register today for the Office Small Business Academy series—the first show airs Tuesday, January 26 at 8 a.m. PST / 11 a.m. EST.

Visit Office Small Business Academy for more details.

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