This year has been a little more difficult to figure out new year’s resolutions. Part of that is because we’re all still reeling from the “lessons” we learned in 2020. Even the best prepared businesses lacked preparation for a global pandemic. Still, the new year is a great time to reexamine what you’ve been doing and how it can get better. Here are a few ideas:
Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce
Keeping a small business running through tough times can be difficult, CO— is here to help. Join us on 11/18 to hear and share ideas from fellow small business owners on ideas for transitioning an in-person business to online sales. Register today for free: https://bit.ly/Blueprint_MaximizeOnlineSales #COBlueprint
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Get ready for the holiday shopping season by learning how to strengthen and manage your online presence, build exciting content, and increase sales to help your business resonate with customers. This training is a must attend for chambers whose members rely on holiday shoppers to bolster their year end sales.
Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives
This guide explores the business value and ROI of joining a chamber of commerce. Small business owners and entrepreneurs often overlook chambers of commerce because they are unfamiliar with them. However, this guide provides a useful introduction to the benefits of joining a chapter, the fees and choices available to business owners, and how to become a chamber member.
When you shop local, you do far more than get the items that you want quickly and conveniently. Buying local actually stimulates the economy in our community, helps benefit local schools and charities — and it even helps the environment. Take a look at some of the many reasons why it's important to shop and buy locally.
Get to know your legislative House of Representative candidates for District 24: Mike Weisgram (R), Will D. Mortenson (R) and Amanda Bachmann (D).
While some of us were learning to bake or binge-watching Netflix during quarantine, others, especially those who were away from their regular workplace, were doing something entirely different. The number of new businesses that opened during COVID-19 is, well, a start-up pandemic. Here at the Chamber, we are taking note of how new and existing businesses are taking advantage of the changing economic landscape to serve customers in new and unique ways.