On Saturday, September 12, 2020, at 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM EDT, the Special Libraries Association is holding a webinar on economic data and entrepreneurship. Admission for the webinar is $10 (or $5 for SLA members). Join members of the Special Libraries Association for an engaging session where we will learn about economic data and entrepreneurship from the perspective of information professionals from around the globe. This event is being organized by the Washington, DC and EDEE Communities. Questions our panelists will address in this webinar may include: How do the panelists support entrepreneurship and what challenges do the panelists experience serving these clients? What are some reference resources infopros use to identify client needs in the field of economic development? Which statistical resources do you use to support entrepreneurs? How do we understand, and communicate, gaps in data? How do infopros, especially those who work in a solo environment, handle the breadth and volume of responsibilities supporting a wide variety of client types? How do infopros handle our own knowledge limitations and recognize when we should turn to other subject matter experts to ask for help, such as members of SLA? Have any of your services changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and if so, please provide an example? Click here for more information and to register for the webinar.