Down to Business Workshop series launches February 1

On Small Business Saturday 2020, Downtown Arlington launched a free podcast called Down to Business. Today, Downtown Arlington is celebrating the on-going success of Down to Business by announcing a spin-off event series entitled Down to Business Workshop.

“Down to Business is an on-going tribute to the entrepreneurial culture that’s alive and well in the heart of our city,” said Maggie Campbell, President and CEO of Downtown Arlington Management Corporation and host of Down to Business. “From start-ups to long-standing favorites and everything in between, our podcast features interviews with the entrepreneurs who drive Downtown’s diverse businesses.”

Launching on Tuesday, February 1, 2022 and continuing on the first Tuesday of each month, Down to Business Workshop is a monthly, in-person community learning series focused on connecting Downtown Arlington business owners and entrepreneurs with information and ideas to help take their business to the next level. Each “how-to” meetup will consist of guided conversations, hands-on demonstrations, and networking among attendees. 

“Down to Business Workshop is a resource for the entire Downtown Arlington Business Improvement District community,” said Campbell. “Each month, local experts will serve as speakers and conversation guides, offering insights that are applicable to the kinds of businesses found in Downtown Arlington, including small and medium sized businesses, retail, personal services, and bars and restaurants. We’re excited to support the economic development activities of our BID through this new initiative.”

Register Now!

Down to Business Workshops will be hosted at the Downtown Arlington Library from 9-10:00 a.m. on the first Tuesday of the month. Free coffee and breakfast items will be provided. There's no cost to attend. 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
 

Schedule of Events   

Down to Business Workshop 
First Tuesdays from 9-10:00 a.m. 
George W. Hawkes Downtown Library
100 S Center St, Arlington, TX 76010

  • February 1:  How to use the Downtown Arlington website to elevate your business with Lauren Carter
  • March 1:  Blogging and Copywriting: Inspire your customers and clients through great storytelling with Amy Schultz

Additional D2B Workshop topics will include:

  • Diversity, Inclusion and Equity in your workplace
  • Video and Live Streaming: Inspire your customers and clients through great storytelling
  • Engage your customers first-hand with your brand through events and promotions
  • Spend less time and get more results from your social media

Watch the Downtown Arlington Facebook page and events calendar for more information about each upcoming event. 

D2B Workshop is sponsored by Downtown Arlington, and there’s no cost to attend. Do you have ideas for other workshop topics? Let us know!

While anyone is welcome to join in, Down to Business Workshop is designed as a resource for Downtown Arlington Business Improvement District property owners and entrepreneurs, including members of co-working communities, artists, and anyone involved in the UTA Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Innovation. The goals of the D2B Workshop series are to support the economic development activities of BID members and to serve as a vehicle for engagement. 

About Down to Business Podcast   

Love getting down to business in Downtown Arlington? Check out our Down to Business podcast! Launched in November 2020, each episode of Down to Business features a one-on-one interview with an entrepreneur from our Business Improvement District. Maggie Campbell, President and CEO of Downtown Arlington, hosts the series. New episodes of Down to Business are aired at 2:00 p.m. every other Wednesday on Downtown Arlington Facebook Live. Find every episode of Down to Business in the archive on the Downtown Arlington website, Facebook page or on Downtown's YouTube channel. 

Crazy for Podcasts?   

Want to stream more Downtown Arlington-centric programs? Discover Downtown Arlington Roots, a six-episode podcast of thought-provoking conversations about the district’s fascinating history. 

If you’re looking for ways to keep your new year's fitness resolution, check out Downtown’s four-part Health and Wellness Series sponsored in part by a grant from the Arlington Tomorrow Foundation and produced in cooperation with the Levitt Pavilion. The series features top Arlington fitness experts from Arlington Yoga Center, Camp Tuf, and the University of Texas at Arlington Department of Athletics.

About Downtown Arlington    

Designated by the State of Texas as the Arlington Cultural District, Downtown Arlington is where creativity, authenticity, and hometown pride thrive and drive what's next. Within its less than a two-mile radius, Downtown is home to a Tier One public research university, prolific visual and performing artists and arts institutions, live entertainment, exciting NCAA and professional athletics, one-of-a-kind dining and retail, and a supportive business climate. downtownarlington.org



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