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Meet our New Instructor Alison Proffit

Meet our New Instructor Alison Proffit

Alison Profitt is a small business coach who helps business owners maximize their full potential. Alison started her coaching business to help clients use Constant Contact (a digital and email marketing platform) in the most strategic way possible along with addressing other small business needs. Her slogan is Mindset – Marketing – Money.

Prior to coaching, Alison spent over sixteen years as an HR Executive and as a relationship manager for Constant Contact directly. Today Alison offers a wide range of coaching programs and services – from individual coaching, to webinars and speaking engagements.

We are excited to have Alison teaching a new workshop at the Larimer SBDC on “Email Marketing Quick-Start with Constant Contact“.  We understand that kick-starting your email marketing strategy can be a daunting task. It takes all of the things that small businesses and non-profits don’t seem to have time, effort and budget. That’s why Constant Contact is offering a workshop that it designed to assist you with finally taking the email-marketing leap that you’ve wanted to make. Whether you’re looking to finally commit to getting started with email marketing or you know there are some best practices you missed when starting out, this presentation will get you off and running (or continuing to run) on the right foot!

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Peggy Lyle

Creative Industry entrepreneurs/businesses, brand and marketing strategy, social media marketing, media relations, mission/core values and brand story. ​ A native of Santa Fe, Peggy is passionate about the arts and creative approaches to business and communications. With 20+ years of event production, marketing, and programming experience for the Downtown Fort Collins Creative District, the Downtown Fort Collins Business Association and The Fort Collins Musicians Association, she has aided countless musicians, performers, galleries, artists, non-profits, small

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[Webinar] Coffee with the Small Biz Directors – PPP Loan Forgiveness

Larimer SBDC Director Mike O’Connell and Loveland Business Development Center Director Kat Rico, talked about business recovery resources and the SBA’s economic recovery programs. Lisa Leveillee, Senior Business Advisor with First National Bank and Ben McConnell, Co-founder and CEO of Blue Parable also joined Mike and Kat, to cover PPP loan forgiveness. If you missed this webinar please watch the question and answer session.

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NoCo Safety Supply

A marketplace for Northern Colorado small business safety gear Thank you Nick Armstrong, Owner of WTF Marketing for creating and sharing NoCO Safety Supply  *NoCoSafetySupply.com is a resource exchange for PPE (Personal protective equipment), cleaning, and safety supplies for businesses and the workplace in response to the increased demand from the COVID-19 pandemic. Post what you have or what you need to keep Northern Colorado employees and workplaces safe.              

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[Webinar] Coffee with the Small Biz Directors – PPP loan and Unemployment Insurance Guidelines

Larimer SBDC Director Mike O’Connell and Loveland Business Development Center Director Kat Rico, talked about business recovery resources and the SBA’s economic recovery programs. Workforce Connections Team Coordinator Andrew Minor and co-owner of simply HR Tina Todd also joined Mike and Kat, to cover PPP loan and Unemployment Insurance Guidelines and Best Practices for the Small Biz Employer! If you missed this webinar please watch the question and answer session.

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NoCoRecovers

Your One Stop Shop for Recovery Information in Northern ColoradoThe intent of NoCoRecovers.com is to provide a single source of up-to-date information on potential funding resources available to support the business community of Northern Colorado.  Applications are now being accepted for the Larimer County Recovery Loan Fund to support small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Click here to view resources!

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