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April 2020

HOW TO PREVENT PAST DUE ACCOUNTS IN BUSINESS

By | April 8th, 2020|Chamber Events|

Top five Ways to Reduce Past Due Accounts on your Aging Report When a Business provides a product or service, it has a right to expect to be paid on a timely basis. Accounts not paid in a timely manner can have a serious impact on the Business. It is becoming increasingly important to be [...]

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March 2020

Macomb County Planning and Economic Development to distribute community grants for small businesses affected by COVID-19 County

By | March 30th, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

to use $800,000 in MEDC grants and up to $100,000 in matching funds from First State Bank Macomb County Planning and Economic Development (MCPED) has announced it is working with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) First State Bank, and the Macomb County Chamber of Commerce to coordinate economic assistance for local businesses affected by [...]

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Get Your Business Noticed for the Right Reasons

By | March 25th, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

Inevitably, it happens every summer. A company canvasses the neighborhood with handbills about their services. For a small business, especially one just starting, I can see the allure of getting the word out about the company this way. After all, it’s just a few minutes typing, a quick trip to a copy store and the [...]

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“Time affluence” is at an all-time low, and it’s making us miserable

By | March 18th, 2020|Chamber Events|

“Time affluence” is at an all time low in the United States. A survey of 2.5 million Americans revealed that 80% of them did not have the time to do everything they needed to do each day. “This situation is so severe it could be described as a ‘time famine’—a collective cultural failure to effectively [...]

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Effective Meetings

By | March 12th, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

            Do you feel like you have to many meetings to attend? Do you feel like these meetings are not effective?  Feel like nothing is getting done during these meetings?   We are all busy and have countless things to do. The last thing we want to do is go to [...]

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February 2020

It’s Good to Be on Top. Get There with Google Ads

By | February 26th, 2020|Chamber Events|

By Bradley Glonka There are 5.6 billion Google searches every day. What that comes down to is simply this: Somewhere, out there, someone is searching for what you’re selling. All you need to do is get your business in front of them – and you can make that happen with carefully crafted Google Ads. Advertise [...]

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The Importance of Company Culture

By | February 12th, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

What is company culture? How does company culture benefit the productivity of the employees? How can a business give more culture to a company?  All of these questions come to mind when thinking about ‘Company Culture’.   Company culture can be defined in many different ways. The values a business holds are the foundation of [...]

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Best Practices for Small Businesses to Combat Cybersecurity Threats

By | February 6th, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

Best Practices for Small Businesses to Combat Cybersecurity Threats   By Jeff Marston, Vice President Comcast Business Cybersecurity attacks have become a destructive and all too common occurrence. And the harsh reality is that no organization is too large – or too small – to be a target.   While cyberattacks facing large corporations and [...]

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Best Practices for Small Businesses to Combat Cybersecurity Threats

By | February 6th, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

Best Practices for Small Businesses to Combat Cybersecurity Threats                 By Jeff Marston, Vice President Comcast Business Cybersecurity attacks have become a destructive and all too common occurrence. And the harsh reality is that no organization is too large – or too small – to be a target. [...]

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January 2020

Delivering better service starts with providing better information

By | January 30th, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

                    by Jack Reynolds | Dec 9, 2019 At DTE, we’re committed to continuously improving our customer reliability and service restoration efforts. Our work starts out in the field, strengthening our infrastructure by trimming trees, installing new technology and investing heavily in the future of our electric grid. Through [...]

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