Stanley S. Wang
SPONSOR: California State University
North County SD Chapter
Meetings are held alternating first Wednesday evening
of each month, 7:00 to 9:00 PM.
Join us for a great sampling of the quality training
available through CSUSM. Symantec Visual Cafe will be
used to demonstrate examples of useful Internet database
According to researcher's estimation, revenue from Internet
sales will increase from last year's 50 billion to 1.5
trillion estimated for the year 2003. Businesses, big
or small, are increasingly conducting their business
over the Internet, from improving their internal productivity
to organizing their external relationships. Companies
use their Web-based supply- system to automatically trigger
expanded orders as their production increases. As customers
doing business with a company over the Internet, they
will automatically be sent marketing materials about
related products. In this presentation, we will attempt
to address the following questions (among others):
- 1. How can small business owners play this trillion
dollar game with big players?
- 2. As a small business owner, what do you need to
know about doing business over the Internet?
- 3. What do you need in order to start conducting
your business over the Internet?
- 4. What do you need to do to place your business
- 5. Has the train left the station yet?
- 6. Is it the right timing to join the train?
- 7. Can you do it or should you out-source it?
About California State University, San Marcos
Founded in 1989, as the 20th campus
in the California State University system, the San Marcos
campus continues to develop and grow. Students are
taught with a 17:1 student:faculty ratio, by a diverse
faculty, most of whom hold Doctoral or Terminal Degrees. The
College of Arts and Sciences, Business Administration,
and Education offer a broad range of academic disciplines. Students
can choose from among 19 undergraduate and 8 graduate programs,
as well as 15 teacher credential programs. Student
support services, small class sizes, close interaction
with peers and faculty members, and innovative academic
programs are just a few of the reasons students are attracted
to CSU San Marcos. Students have a unique opportunity
to impact the creation of academic programs and services,
student governance systems, and campus activities.
ABOUT EXTENDED STUDIES, CALIFORNIA STATE
UNIVERSITY, SAN MARCOS
The mission of Extended Studies at CSUSM is to improve
the quality of life in the campus and region by facilitating
learning and educational opportunities for constituencies
not traditionally served by the University. Extended Studies,
in cooperation with CSUSM colleges and support units, contributes
to the fulfillment of the University Mission of academic
excellence through the facilitation, coordination, and
oversight of non-state supported educational programs that
generally serve the citizens of North County, San Diego
and Southwest Riverside County. This includes businesses,
not-for-profits, educational, and government agencies.
Extended Studies has a primary role in encouraging faculty,
students, and the community at large to actively participate
in the accomplishment of its educational mission. For information
on the programs offered by Extended Studies, visit the
website at http://www.csusm.edu/es.
CSU San Marcos