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April C-Squared: Councils & Conversation

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April C-Squared: Councils & Conversation

Time: April 27, 2022 from 8am to 9:30am
Location: Black Business Alliance
Street: 1201 Boston Post Rd #1092
City/Town: Milford
Website or Map:…
Phone: (203) 787-4342
Event Type: networking, event
Organized By: Keyri Ambrocio
Latest Activity: Apr 19, 2022

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As a monthly networking and seminar event:  C-Squared Councils & Conversation offers the opportunity for business professionals from companies of all types and sizes to come together for networking and educational programming. April’s C-Squared event will take place on April 27th from 8am to 9:30am at the Black Business Alliance, located at 1201 Boston Post Rd. #1092, Milford, CT 06460, inside of the CT Post Mall. This month’s Councils and Conversation will feature a light agenda to give business professionals more time to network in person.


The event will begin at 8am for breakfast and networking in person. The program will then begin at 8:30am with a presentation on “Best Practices for Business Websites.” During this presentation, Samantha Williams, Director of Digital Content Design & Development for 628 Digital Design, Ryan Serkes, Co-Founder of Modern Launch, and Cody Benedetto, Co-Founder of Modern Launch, will provide insight on business websites. This will include tips to establish your brand online, best practices for businesses, common mistakes businesses make on their websites, and interactive recommendations. This will be followed by a Q&A with opportunities for website review from experts.

To find the Black Business Alliance office and park your car, look for mall signs directing you to LA FITNESS. You can park in the garage level under LA FITNESS. Enter the mall using the doors either by the old SEAR’S or Door Entrance #3. For more information, contact the Chamber at or (203) 782-4342.

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