Rogers opens 72 new small business centres across Canada

Canadian small business owners looking for advice can now turn to Rogers for assistance.

Rogers has opened 72 new small business centres throughout Canada, designed to support owners and provide access to resources. The centres are located within existing Rogers retail stores, and allow business owner to book one-on-one time with small business specialists.

“We are providing small business customers with small business experts, so they can sit across the table from someone who understands their local market, understands the pain-points they face running a small business, and is ready to deliver solutions,” said Craig Bentley, senior vice president of small enterprise at Rogers in a press release.

Small business owners will also be provided access to resources, including technology that might help them grow their business, as well as the ability to demo new devices. Owners will be provided with more information about Rogers’ data plans for small business’ to see if it is the right fit.

The centres will also be hosting special events once per month. For example an event held Wednesday in Toronto featured digital marketer Erin Bury discussing the “10 keys to a killer personal brand.”

Customers looking to book an appointment with a Rogers small business specialist can go here.

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