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Find out what’s happening at the distribution level for cleaning and disinfecting agents, and what to expect for product allocation. Plus, as you look at re-emerging, learn what to look for on labels and popular products for business and community health use.
5/1 Chamber Chat: Open Mic. Using What We Know, Brainstorm How to Open (10:00)
The “dial” to open may not be what we anticipated, but it has set the tone for how to open. La Crosse Area Chamber CEO Vicki Markussen will highlight what we know, give examples of how to open, and hear from you how you’re starting to open. It’s open mic, Chamber best practices style.
WMC, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, is Wisconsin’s state-wide Chamber of Commerce. Hear from Senior Director of Workforce and Employment Policy, Chris Reader, to discuss work share, how to maximize tax breaks available for your business, and more.
Hear from Barb Nick, President and CEO of Dairyland Power Cooperative, share how the organization has pivoted internal operations, from techniques for running effective meetings to building resiliency within the company.
Ed Jaekel, CPA with JRM CPAs, LLC, will take businesses on a deep dive of the PPP, or Paycheck Protection Program. Get clarification on frequently asked questions related to this funding and tips to avoid common mistakes other businesses are making when applying for or planning to use these funds.
Duke Cunningham, with Trust Point, Inc., will share actionable steps to take to keep your finances strong during COVID-19. What should you do with your investments or retirement accounts? What are smart ways to use your stimulus payment?
Part of the Staying Healthy webinar series, hosted by the La Crosse Area Young Professionals, but open to all interested.
Join us for this brief Chamber Chat to let you know what we’re hearing on the newly released Badger Bounce Back Plan and metrics for reopening commerce in WI. Plus additional opportunities for small business funding, unemployment applications, and other resources.
From missing significant milestones to feeling cooped up indoors, COVID-19 has impacted our families, and especially our children and youth. Mike Scott, with the Parenting Place, will share best practices for processing our current reality with children of all ages, identifying stress and anxiety across age groups, and creating routines to foster connection during this time.
Take Care of Yourself! Beyond the virus itself, the COVID-19 crisis is taking it’s toll on every single American. Now more than ever, we need to take care of ourselves and loved ones: Body, Mind & Spirit. The isolation can be devastating as Mental Health and Human Connection are critically important to you staying well in this time! Nick Roush from Root Down Yoga shares concrete tools to aid you in your wellness pursuit, both during the crisis and after.
The federal government is meeting about opening up funding. All eyes are on the State of Wisconsin and how they will respond. Join us for The Forum (virtual) as we bring together our local electeds to state government. Hear what they think and more importantly, weigh in.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Ethan Hellier, Manager, Midwest Region, provided insight on current federal funding available to small businesses and self-employed individuals may prepare to file for a loan.
With so much to worry about, it’s time to start moving forward. Join Jon Walrath with Dale Carnegie training as he provides tips on how to reduce stress — brought to you through the Chamber’s partnership with Dale Carnegie.
Mike from Sen. Johnson’s office & Greg from Sen. Baldwin’s Office talked about what’s included in the Federal Stimulus Package and how you benefit. NOTE: we hit record a bit late. We apologize for the cut off video.