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Más Que Mercadeo: Promocione Su Negocio de Guardería Durante una Crisis de Salud Pública

Acompañe a Start Small Think Big! y Small Business Majority para un taller virtual gratuito donde un equipo de marketing discutirá cómo los empresarios estadounidenses pueden promocionar su negocio de guardería durante esta crisis de salud pública. La prioridad de este taller es que los proveedores de cuidado conozcan las consideraciones claves que deben tener en cuenta al contratar su fuerza laboral. También identificaremos recursos útiles para apoyar a propietarios de empresas de cuidado infantil.

Los temas de discusión incluyen:

  • Actualizaciones de políticas para proveedores de cuidado infantil
  • Estrategias de mercadeo y negocio para guarderías 
  • Programas de beneficios portátiles sin costo, Permiso Familiar Pagado y créditos fiscales FFCRA
  • Consejos y recursos gratuitos para cualquier propietario de una pequeña empresa de cuidado infantil

Seguirá una ronda de preguntas de 15 minutos con el abogado/ los abogados.

Thursday, November 19th 2020 – 12:00 PM 

Marketing Your Child Care Business During a Public Health Crisis

Join Start Small Think Big! and Small Business Majority for a free virtual workshop where a marketing team will discuss how entrepreneurs can market their child care business during a public health crisis. We will ensure providers are aware of key considerations when hiring their workforce and identify resources to support the small business owners of a child care enterprise.

Topics of discussion include:

  • Policy updates for childcare providers
  • Marketing strategies used by childcare providers
  • No-cost portable benefits programs, Paid Family Leave and FFCRA tax credits
  • Free tips and resources for any small business owner in childcare

A 15 minute question and answer period with marketing experts will follow.

Wednesday, November 18th 2020 – 12:00 PM

The Power of Family Voice: The Young Child Wellness Council

This video was crafted through a partnership between Colorado Project LAUNCH and the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership.
Family leaders Ray Washington and Princess Mack shared their reflections about participating on the Young Child Wellness Council.

Organizations serving children and families are increasingly focusing on family engagement as a strategy to improve services, enhance consumer and provider satisfaction, and reduce costs. This video highlights the voices of two family members of the Project LAUNCH Young Child Wellness Council. The Council exists to bring families and public and private partners together to improve policies, programs, and approaches so that all children enter school with the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical skills they need to succeed. As this five-year grant comes to a close, family members are eager to share their experiences with those interested in systems level initiatives.

Director of the Young Child Wellness Council, shared her recommendations for professionals and family leaders seeking to increase authentic engagement: 

1)  Personal experiences are what drove both Ray and Princess to their initial involvement. Bringing these experiences to the table is integral for success.

2)  Joining councils and boards can be uncomfortable initially for a family partner. Connecting w/other professionals and feeling supported and heard allowed them to feel valued and kept both of them committed to the work.

3)  Professional partners need to hear the voice of fathers.

4)  It’s okay to start small.  Begin w/volunteering in your child’s classroom, take advantage of other opportunities as they open up.

5) Be willing to take risks because your voice matters! Join a committee, attend conferences, and apply for boards.

6) This is a chance to revolutionize the way services are delivered!

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