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Upcoming City of Chicago Business Education Webinars

Upcoming BACP Business Education Webinars

BACP offers free business education workshops or webinars every Wednesday afternoon and Friday morning. Due to COVID-19, all programs are currently being offered as webinars. Topics include business licensing, operations, financial resources, marketing, and more. Programs are free and open to the public and taught by industry professionals, not-for-profit agencies, and government agencies.

Monthly Business Education Webinars

BACP continues to offer free business education webinars. The webinars feature a variety of topics aimed at helping entrepreneurs launch and grow their business and are open to the public.

You don't want to miss the great workshops offered in September. For webinar calendar and to register, visit

Please email with any webinar questions.

Reminders and Resources:
These guidelines are part of the city’s Be Safe Chicago framework that will be used to guide Chicago’s process amid COVID-19. Please review the guidelines to keep your business in compliance.

Tips to Protect Chicago's Businesses
The City of Chicago is working diligently to ensure that our business community is prepared for the potential for events, large demonstrations, protest activity and civil unrest. You can view the proactive steps businesses can take to stay protected which include signing up for ChiBiz Emergency Alertsjoining Chicago's Public Private Partnership Initiativeand staying alert.

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