The Small Business School Challenge starts tomorrow!

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It’s the largest virtual hackathon to help small businesses pivot to succeed in the COVID economy. It’s going to yield plenty of innovative ideas that business owners can use to emerge from the crisis with confidence. And the 48-hour event starts tomorrow and the contest grand finals will be held Saturday October 17th starting at 6pm PT.

Register now to attend!

 

What the Small Business School Challenge can mean for your company

If you haven’t heard about tomorrow’s virtual workshop and competition, sponsored by RingCentral, here’s a quick recap of what the event can do for businesses like yours:

  • Each of the hundreds of participating small business will receive free consulting and strategic brainstorming from a team of MBA students at top schools like Harvard, UCLA, Carnegie Mellon, and NYU.
  • The hackathon will culminate in a contest, judged by a panel of business leaders including RingCentral’s Marketing VP Eduardo Pretell, to identify the best plans for small businesses to succeed through the pandemic and beyond.
  • Watch insightful and inspirational talks from prominent small-business advocates, such as RingCentral’s Senior VP Faiza Hughell, about how entrepreneurs can start pivoting now to thrive in the changing economic landscape.

Register now to save your spot!

The Small Business School Challenge starts tomorrow. Sign up now to join us for this interactive virtual event!

We hope to see you there!

Originally published Oct 14, 2020

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