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Introducing: Small Business Roundtables

Need a network of experts invested in your success? Our one-hour Small Business Roundtables are a sounding board, support group, and think tank for small business leaders to collectively and confidentially navigate the challenges of running a business, especially during a pandemic. The roundtables are hosted by our Small Business Advisory Council.

Every month, we’ll focus on a different topic. You are welcome to attend as few or as many roundtables as you would like.

Each of the five topic-driven discussion groups consists of five business owners/executives and will be facilitated by a member of the Small Business Advisory Council:

  • Neil Arthur – ArthurBiz Advisors
  • Chris Cipoletti – Pioneer Fund
  • Ryan Garner – Hub International
  • Bob Kittridge – Focus Point Solutions
  • Heather McBroom – Precision Services, Inc.
  • Nohemy Montes – Mont Wealth
  • Michelle Talarico – The Picnic Basket

Initially, we’ll convene five discussion groups with five attendees each so space is limited. To accommodate all interested, we’ll maintain a waiting list and expand the program based on demand.

Chambers of Commerce have a historical reputation for building business resilience and sustainability. Connecting our members and the business community-at-large with resources and support will inform business preparedness planning and facilitate a robust economic recovery for our region. Please join us for an upcoming discussion:

July 30 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

  • Topic: Planning for your business future amidst current challenges

August 27 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

  • Topic: Focus on employees amidst current challenges
  • Register here

September 24 from 11:30 – 12:30 p.m.

  • Topic: Focus on customers amidst current challenges
  • Register here

 

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