Kirstein Business Library & Innovation Center

Lower Level, Johnson Building, Central Library, 617 536-5400, businessref@bpl.org

Challenger: Soaring with Christa August 5 at 2 in Rabb

Posted on July 25th, 2017 by blippmeier in Kirstein Business Library

Here is an interview with Judith Kalaora, who will be appearing as Christa McAuliffe in Challenger: Soaring with Christa on August 5 at 2 pm in Rabb Hall.

 

Discover the true story behind the incredible teacher, the American pioneer, and the internationally recognized heroine.

Small Business Administration Learning Center

Posted on July 17th, 2017 by blippmeier in Kirstein Business Library

https://www.sba.gov/tools/sba-learning-center/search/trainingonlineDid you know that the Small Business Administration offers free online classes such as “Introduction to Taking Your High-Tech Product to Market?”.  Other courses include “Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights”, “Financing Options for Small Businesses”, and “How to Prepare a Loan Package”.  Check them out here at the Small Business Administration Learning Center.

New Books received February – June 2017

Posted on June 27th, 2017 by mdevine in Kirstein Business Library

We received some great books at the Kirstein Business Library and Innovation Center between February through June 2017.

Here are links to three videos to show you a sample of what we received: February – April 2017, part 1, February – April 2017, part 2 and May – June 2017 .

To search for these titles and more, check out our catalog.

Enjoy and hope to see you soon!

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City of Millennials: Improving the Future Prospects of Our Region and Its Young Adults

Posted on June 26th, 2017 by blippmeier in Kirstein Business Library

A new report issued by Boston Indicators in partnership with City Awake and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce says that  Boston boasts more millennials than any other large American city. It also shouldn’t  be surprising to learn that the top challenge millennials identify when it comes to building successful lives in Greater Boston is limited access to affordable housing. What might be surprising to you is how diverse the millennial population is in Greater Boston. Forty-three percent of those who make up this group are non-white or Hispanic white—and that trend will continue, as the Hispanic and Asian young adult populations continue to grow at a rapid rate.

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July Programs at the Kirstein Business Library & Innovation Center

Posted on June 23rd, 2017 by blippmeier in Kirstein Business Library

Please join us for:

7.6.17: “Special Effects with After Effects” at 1 and 6 in the Exchange

7.11.17: “Developing a Compelling Business Plan” at 6 in the Commonwealth Salon

7.13.17: “Basics of 3D Printing with TinkerCad” at 1 and 6 in the Exchange

7.18.17: “Exploring Business Ownership” at 1 in the Exchange

7.20.17: “Save the Date with Photoshop” at 1 and 6 in the Exchange

7.25.17: “Raising Capital for Small and Very Small Businesses” at 6 in the Exchange

7.27.17: “Photoshop Alternatives: Canva” at 1 and 6 in the Exchange

7.28.17: “Budgeting with Excel” at 2 in the Community Learning Center

7.29.17: “Build Your Own Website with GitHub” at 10 in the Exchange

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