Category : Chamber News
G$T Cash – Tuesday, December 1510:00 -11:00 amCombined Insurance is a supplemental insurance that pays cash directly to you, tax free, above and beyond any other insurance. For accidents, sickness, cancer, critical care, disability and life insurance. It is the same day coverage and no contracts, no bloodwork or doctor appointment necessary. We can do individuals […]
Understanding Your Credit Score and Credit Options – Wednesday, December 169:00 – 10:00 amUnderstanding your Credit Score and Credit Options: Dives into the components of credit scores and how they’re used to determine credit worthiness. Offers tips on how to improve scores or maintain high scores, and provides an overview of credit options. To register email […]
Practical and Tactical – Thursday, December 17 9:00 amPractical and Tactical Top questions from business owners answered: Ameriprise Financial Advisor Kurt Parde is hosting a discussion with John Carl, founder and president of the Retirement Learning Center, as they present solutions to six important questions asked by company executives. How can I maximize my PPP […]
Please join Mary Gibbons, Financial Wellness Specialist with KeyBank, and the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce, in presenting a series of seminars focusing on informational financial wellness topics, ranging from Student Loan Debt, ID Theft, Home Buying/Refinancing and Managing Debt, to name a few. These seminars have been developed to address concerns and questions, putting […]
Have you visited our Job Posting page on the Chamber website? Click here to see some of the great opportunities that member businesses currently have posted. If you are interested in posting a position, you can use the login you may have previously created, or connect with Carol Patterson at 518-828-4417 or firstname.lastname@example.org, who will help get you […]
Small businesses that received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans of $50,000 or less are now eligible to apply for low-interest loans from the New York Forward Loan Fund (NYFLF), which provides COVID-impacted companies with working capital to cover expenses associated with reopening. Learn more here.
Interactive sessions offer practical soft skills training, career awareness and leadership development to local high school students. CEDC and Greene County Economic Development Corporation (GCEDC), in partnership with Columbia-Greene Community College and the Columbia and Greene County Chambers, have launched the 2020/21 Junior Career Institute, in a virtual format because of the coronavirus pandemic. Sessions […]