Training sessions and information are designed for business owners, farmers, and their employees to become a better owner/operator, leader, manager, and ally for today’s work Our span provides under-served communities, businesses, farmers, and consumers with access to resources that include an evidence-based mix of business technical assistance, entrepreneurship, and workforce development trainings for hundreds of minorities and low wealth families whose household income is within 200% of the poverty guidelines. Community partners include the North Carolina Career Centers, North Carolina State Clean Energy Center, Chambers of Commerce, Departments of Economic Development, Housing Authorities, Vance-Granville and Durham Technical Community College Small Business Centers, Prosperity recovery Services, Reliant Logistics, Duke University Division of Community Health, and North Carolina Business Council’s industry experts.
Business Owners, Chamber Members, Self-Employed and Professionals get to share their thoughts and ideas in a more relaxed, casual environment at lunchtime. Our aim is to enhance the skills, knowledge, thinking, and learning abilities of employers. Presentations will be delivered in an informal virtual setting where employers appreciate, learning something new and interesting. The CHOEDC Community Engagement Manager will host monthly one-hour sessions that include topics such as:
- COVID-19 Education Guidance for Business Owners
- Establishing Boundaries for Working from Home
- Diversity and Inclusion
- GoFundME for Small Businesses
- Business Credit
- Managing and Restructuring Business Credit
- New Approached to Marketing your Business – What is Alignable
- Digital Marketing – Social Media, face book, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pod Casting
- How to Build an E-Commerce Business?
- Technology Security
- How to Prepare Government Contract and Proposals?