Meet The Chamber’s Fall Mind Your Business Speakers!
The Mind Your Business Education Series is back for the fall! If you haven’t attended one of these lunch seminars before, this is a educational program
that gives Chamber Shareholders (what we call our member businesses) the opportunity to use their expertise teach other business owners and employees
so they can continue to improve their business practices.
The theme of this four-part lunch series will be Adapt To Thrive. During this year, many businesses have been turned upside down. What once were best practices
are now a thing of the past and solely in-person businesses have invested (or will be investing) in digital platforms.
And if you’re a Chamber Shareholder, you receive complimentary registration! Be sure to check your inbox or contact the Chamber for the promotional code.
Not a Chamber Shareholder? Join Here!
Meet all of the speakers below then register so you can save your seat. Ticket prices include lunch.
Marketing & Media Panel Discussion With Splash Omnimedia
Elite Shareholder Splash Omnimedia an award-winning marketing firm in South Carolina that specializes in
Web Design, Mobile, SEO, Behavioral, Retargeting, Social Media, Video, Media Placement, Consulting, Branding & Graphic Design.
On August 26, Splash’s panel of experts will discuss how businesses of any size can use their marketing efforts and paid media to better broadcast their
products and services.
Small Business Startup Success with Tom Ledbetter & Alysia Kehoe
Tom Ledbetter is a management professional with 45 years experience in the rapidly changing advanced manufacturing, technology development, small business
management, and higher education sectors. His experience includes line, staff, and executive management responsibilities across a broad spectrum of
organizational disciplines, in both public sector and private sector organizations.
Alysia Kehoe is an executive coach and coaching strategist with Kehoe Consultants. With over
25 years experience, Alysia has been helping people in education and corporate environment rediscover their skills and passions to help the generations
around them enjoy a meaningful life.She is a Certified Coach, through The Hudson Institute, with a MS in Human Resource Management. She specializes
in employee engagement programs, team building initiatives and HR systems consulting & training.
In their September 23 seminar, you’ll be guided through your transition to your next career, covering practical aspects of small business startup, financing,
planning, personal development, leading, and managing to success.
How To Get Your Business Work At Home Ready with Custom Cloud Solutions
Custom Cloud Solutions (CCS) helps businesses and non-profits keep their technology working for them so they can focus on what is most important to them. Their partners often view CCS as an extension of their staff and appreciate their ability to help them automate many of the normal, every-day tasks.
The unprecedented events of 2020 have presented have challenged all businesses to adjust and adapt quickly. More than ever, companies realize the essential
need for employees to work from home.
When you attend the CCS seminar on October 21, you will learn how to:
- Maximize productivity with Zoom, Teams, and other collaborative tools
- Use Technology and Network necessities for transitioning to a work@home environment
- Protect your corporate and customer data from hacks and other Security concerns
- Understand the Darkweb and its impact on your business
Hiring & Engaging Employees During COVID-19 with AppleOne Employment
AppleOne Manager Tara Davis and Assistant Branch Manager Stacy Painter manage one the corporation’s top performing staffing offices in Columbia. Consistently
ranking as the top five with AppleOne’s national collection of offices, this team does staffing best and enjoys consulting with local businesses to
ensure they can retain and recruit top talent.
If you want to learn how to recruit, interview and train team members all virtually, the AppleOne Employment team will share how you can transition your business model to meet the needs of your employees while also bringing in new talent and retaining your