Small Business Twitter Chat Today!

| October 22, 2013 | Strategic Growth

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MasterCard will host a Twitter chat with social media expert and small business advocate Ted Rubin on how to help small businesses grow using social media.
The chat will be conducted on our @MasterCardBiz Twitter channel and you can participate and follow the chat at #TalkBiz from 4pm-5pm ET on Tuesday, October 22nd.

Ted is a leading social media strategist and author who has evangelized the term “Return on Relationship.”

@MasterCardBiz will be taking questions leading up to the chat so be sure to join the conversation prior to 4pm ET on Tuesday, October 22nd.

Ajeet Khurana
Ajeet Khurana
Ajeet Khurana wears many hats: author, angel investor, mentor, TEDx speaker, steering committee of the NASSCOM Start-Up Warehouse, Director of Founder Institute, Venture Partner with the seed initiative of a top Venture Capital firm, and former CEO of IIT Bombay’s business incubator, among others. Before all this, he was entrepreneurial twice in the field of education and web publishing. As a lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin, he taught e-commerce back in 1993, when the term "e-commerce" had not yet been coined. An undergrad in computer engineering from the University of Mumbai, and an MBA from the University of Texas, Ajeet is presently an active name in the startup ecosystem. From starting two ventures as a solopreneur, to helping a large number of startups with their go-to-market, he has never shied from getting his hands dirty. At the same time he has helped dozens of startups raise investment. He truly believes that small business owners are driving change in the world, and need to be facilitated as much as possible. Innumerable small businesses have gained from his attitude, vast professional networks, financial acumen and digital mindset.

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