Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 8 AM
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Unified Technology Center 
2415 Woodland Ave
Room 229
Cleveland, OH 44115

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Mark Pinto 
Cuyahoga Community College 10KSB 

Selling on the Internet 

Not Just for Retailers 

Do you think selling on the internet is ‘not right for you or your business?’ Come see why your competitors think you are wrong. 

What does selling online mean today?  More importantly, what impact can selling online have for you and your business?  The internet is just a tool, we have to learn how to use it, and not be intimidated by it.   In this seminar, we will review some basic concepts to give you an understanding of selling online works and, more importantly, a framework  of how you can plan, execute, and measure your success in selling online.   Next, we will look at non-traditional eCommerce businesses - like manufacturers and distributors - and learn how they can leverage the internet to achieve the same goals as more traditional eCommerce businesses. We will review case studies of some businesses that thought ‘outside the box’ to give them a competitive advantage in their industry, and investigate how you can achieve similar goals to level the playing field in your space.  

 Who should attend?

 Smaller businesses with a new or fledgling online business to consumer (B2C) or business to business (B2B) presence  

 Non-traditional eCommerce businesses (Manufacturers & Distributors) that don’t understand how ‘selling on the internet’ works or how it could apply to their business. 




Our Presenter

Michael Moores is the CEO at Envalo, Inc. Envalo takes time to learn their customers’ business and work as an extension of their team, combining the knowledge of their business/industry with the knowledge of the online space to help them better engage their customers. Michael is a Cohort 11 graduate of 10,000 Small Businesses and heads up the 10KSB Alumni Committee.

Envalo, Inc. was founded in 2012 and is located in Cleveland, Ohio


 Bring a  business associate or colleague who might be interested in learning more about the 10,000 Small Businesses Program.