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Facebook and National Urban League Join to Help Small-Business Owners Understand Online Tools

by | Aug 3, 2018

Facebook is working with the National Urban League to bring training programs to several major cities, including D.C., to help small-business owners learn how to better market their businesses on digital platforms, reports Washington Business Journal.

According to the WBJ post, an estimated one million computing and digital jobs “will be created in the U.S. by 2024, and the social media giant says it’s crucial that business owners understand how to use online tools, particularly on social media, to reach a larger audience.

“Staring in 2019, Facebook will begin hosting free biannual training sessions at Urban League facilities. They’ll focus on digital business strategy, specifically social media and marketing, for small-business leaders.”

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