Economic Census Webinars
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In November & December, nearly 4 million 2012 Economic Census forms landed on the desks of businesses across the country. These forms cover nearly every industry and represent all communities in the U.S.
On January 24, 2013 we hosted the second in a series of webinars about the Economic Census. This instructional webinar targeted businesses that just received their forms and were preparing to respond. The webinar covered the following topics:
- Your reporting options, including our NEW Direct Internet Reporting system and a demo of this tool
- Tours of the Business Help Site and Business.Census.Gov and the materials available to help make reporting easier
- Information for associations, chambers of commerce, and the media to use to promote response to the Economic Census
Below are links to the presentation and other materials you will find useful.
Our first Economic Census webinar on October 11, 2012 focused on the importance of the Economic Census and how we can help organizations assist local businesses who will look to them for guidance. Below are links to the presentation and other materials you will find useful.
- Download the full presentation [23mb, pptx format].
- See the Electronic Press Kit for the transcript of the webinar and other items.
- View a video that provides an overview of the features of the business.census.gov web site
Please check back often during the spring and summer for updates about additional webinars.
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Economic Planning and Coordination Division | 1-877-790-1876 | Last Revised: April 24, 2013