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PPL Business; Top 15 Small Business Blogs/Websites to follow in 2019

posted: , by Williams Bandoma
tags: Recommended Reads | Adults | Business | Government

 

It’s a new year… start small, think big. PPL Business is happy to share with you fifteen business blogs and websites to follow as we start 2019, courtesy of Blog-rank. Over 20 different factors are used to rank the blogs in any category. Learn more about our ranking logic.

 

PPL has unlimited access to some of the world’s best business books and databases whose content you can’t generally find on the Internet. Visit us at portlandlibrary.com or at one of our locations.

And don’t forget to enjoy some light reading with these PPL Staff Picks.


Business Breakfast Forum: Innovative Retail.

posted: , by Williams Bandoma
tags: Adults | Business | Government

Shopping, whether in store or online, has become a magnet for innovation. Pick a product off a shelf and see a video display of its uses. Overwhelmed by online choices? A personal shopping guide is at the ready. Concierge services are becoming the norm as retailers offer customized convenience in exchange for your purchase. Join our next free Business Breakfast Forum to hear from some Maine companies at the fore of these innovations, and where they are going next.

This event takes place before the library officially opens, so please enter on Elm Street.

Doors open at 7:15 a.m. Program starts at 7:45 a.m. Street parking is free until 9:00 a.m.

Hosted by Business editor Carol Coultas. Carol Coultas has been practicing journalism in Maine since the mid-‘80s and focusing on business journalism since 2003. She’s been the business editor at the Press Herald, overseeing an award-winning staff, since 2014.

Please register here 


FREE – Consumer Action Handbook

posted: , by Williams Bandoma
tags: Adults | Business | Government | News

Do you want to get the best value when you shop to feel confident about your purchases regardless of what you are buying? The Consumer Action Handbook can help you achieve these goals.

The Consumer Action Handbook brings together consumer information from across the government. It includes practical questions to ask and factors to consider when you buy products and services. It features topics that affect everyone, such as banking, credit, education, employment, food and nutrition, health care, housing, insurance, and more.

This Handbook is by kind curtsey USAGOV; your guide to Government Information and Services.

Stop by any Portland Public Library Branch and pick a FREE Copy of the Consumer Action Handbook.

E-version is available here

 

       

 

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