Yardley-Makefield Public Library offers some pretty solid solutions for local small businesses.In addition to the books, ebooks and classes, the Yardley-Makefield branch of Bucks County Public Libraries also provides two services that are essential to small businesses in achieving their goals. Check them out…
Digital Video Production Studio
The Yardley-Makefield Public Library is home to One Button Studio, a fully outfitted digital video production studio, offering business owners access and simplicity to record their own training videos or promotional pieces. Tech novices are welcome, as no previous video production experience is needed. Should we venture to say that digital video production at the Yardley Makefield branch is as simple as the touch of a button?? Available by reservation only. Use of the space and equipment (HD video camera, professional microphone, mounted lighting, and green screen) is limited to 1 hour. Users are requested to bring a USB Drive formatted video. Reservations can be made through the online helpdesk or by clicking here.
Smartblock Workspace Cubes
If you don’t have a great space for holding interviews or business meetings, consider the Smartblock Workspace Cubes at Yardley Makefield Public Library. The standalone cubes are furnished with a TV with HDMI/VGA connections, controlled lighting, and overhead speakers. Available on a walk-in basis, the Smartblock. However, if you don’t need a digitally wired space, all library branches have comfortable workspaces available for meetings as well as free WiFi access.
Business & Tech Info
Free digital information is available at every branch of the Bucks County Public Library. Programs such as Brainfuse, Learning Express and Lynda.com provide access to online training materials geared toward technology development, design and computer skills. All branches also have access to the most up-to-date business and financial news sites, NewsBank, the New York Times and RBDigital.
Whether you’re a local business owner or just a local with a brain for business, the only question you need to ask yourself is, are you a card carrying member of the Bucks County Public Library system?