Leading Through Change
Are you struggling with mindset around the challenges of your business? This workshop is for you! There is still time to register! This Thursday we are holding an online event. Join us! It will be time well spent on your business.
North Grenville Chamber of Commerce
Leading Through Change
Account-Based Marketing in 2020 & Beyond
Live webinar: Thursday, October 15 at 10AM PT | 1PM ET
In today’s tough economy, you don’t have time to waste marketing or selling to the wrong leads — so this week we turn our attention to Account-Based Marketing (ABM).
On Thursday, October 15 dive into how sales and marketing can work together to target high-potential accounts and wow them, all the way from prospect to customer.
Join us on Thursday, October 15 from 12:00pm - 1:30pm for the launch of the report “Small and Medium Size Employers (SMEs): Skills Gaps and Future Skills”, a Skills Next project and a collaboration between the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, Diversity Institute, Public Policy Forum, Future Skills Centre, followed by an exciting panel conversation to deep dive on some of these critical issues facing small business. Skills Next is funded by the Government of Canada’s Future Skills Program.
Business Advice with Darren Gallacher from Grenville CFDC
Looking for expert advice to help you achieve the vision you have for your business? North Grenville CFDC offers one-on-one business advice to assist you in assessing and planning a business start-up, expansion or relocation.
This webinar is proudly sponsored by Tom Graham with TD Graham + Associates.
On Tuesday Juy 7th the North Grenville Chamber of Commerce presentated a cheque to the kemptville District hospital for with a cheque for $3,765 at the Rush Truck Center, Kemptville. This was a record year and we hope to surpass it again next year.
We could not have done this with the partnership with Fat Les's Chip stand and the Rush Truck centre for the space and the hard working volunteers on the board of commerce.
Thanks as well to the community that came out to support us in this event.
The Municipality of North Grenville has partnered with the Grenville Community Futures Development Corporation (GCFDC) to offer additional support to the North Grenville business community. Council has allocated $100,000 to establish the Small Business Grant (SBG) program.
The federal government committed Monday to advancing talks with the provinces and territories on ensuring that every worker in Canada who needs it can access 10 days of paid sick leave a year, a measure viewed as important to the “recovery phase” of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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