Generative AI and Its Potential for Small Businesses - Workshop 2
Generative AI and Its Potential for Small Businesses
Since its splash into the mainstream last year, AI, or Artificial Intelligence, has become widely available as a powerful tool to enhance creativity, productivity, and efficiency. But, can it live up to the hype? Can it really save me time and money? Join our workshops to get a crash course on AI for Small Business. This two-part series is designed to give an overview of AI and practical applications so you can begin saving time and money right away.
Workshop 2 - Practical Applications of AI for Small Businesses
In our second workshop, Pat Miller, founder of The Idea Collective Small Business Community is joined by Kevin Brendel, president of Brew City PC to take a deeper dive into the practical side of AI. Experience ChatGPT in action, witness the efficiency of virtual assistants, explore Microsoft Office integrations, and discover AI's role in enhancing research applications. This session aims to showcase how small businesses can leverage AI tools to streamline operations and drive business efficiencies.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTERS
Pat Miller, Founder, The Idea Collective Small Business Community
Pat is a speaker, broadcaster, and founder of The Idea Collective Small Business Community. It is his mission to help small business owners survive and thrive while building their dreams. In the Idea Collective Small Business Community, members work together to enhance their sales, skills, and support for one another so they can continue to grow. Visit smallbusinesscommunity.com for more information about the Idea Collective.
Kevin Brendel, President, Brew City PC
Kevin is the owner of Brew City PC, an IT solutions company established in 2009. This family-owned businesses offers services that range from home or business computer support and service to security systems, as well as commercial phone and networking. Kevin holds a B.S. in Graphic Communications Management from UW Stout and a M.S in Computing from Marquette University.