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September 2020

COVID-19 Scams Continue

By | September 2nd, 2020|Latest News|

By: Genisys Credit Union As businesses start reopening and people begin returning to work throughout the country, the initial thought was that COVID-19 scams would cease. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case. If anything, they are continuing. Some might even say they are growing as people begin to return to the office, and life begins to [...]

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August 2020

MACOMB FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 2020 ATHENA NOMINEES

By | August 11th, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

MOUNT CLEMENS, MICH., August 11, 2020 —The Macomb Foundation has announced the 2020 nominees for the prestigious ATHENA Award. This international award recognizes individuals who actively assist women in realizing their full leadership potential.     This year’s nominees are:  Kathy Crockett - Managing Director at UHY Advisors  Cvetana Cindy Golusin - CEO of Silver Pine Medical Group  Drema Isaac - CEO of FreeStar Financial Credit Union  Tonya McNeal-Weary - Founder & Managing Director [...]

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July 2020

Macomb County Chamber Issues 2020 Pre-Primary Election Candidate Ratings Following Bi-Partisan Process

By | July 17th, 2020|Latest News|

Mt. Clemens, Mich., July 17, 2020-- As the voice of business for Macomb County, the Macomb Advocacy for Business and operated by the Macomb County Chamber of Commerce, sent out questionnaires to selected pre-primary local, county and state election candidates.  A committee rates those candidates who respond to that questionnaire. Candidate ratings are based on the candidate’s knowledge of issues relating to economic development, [...]

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Meet the Full-Time Candidates for Macomb Township

By | July 1st, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

 The Macomb County Chamber of Commerce hosted a Meet the Candidates Forum for the full-time elected positions of Supervisor, Clerk, and Treasurer running in the August 4th primary. in Macomb Township.

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June 2020

Make Budgeting a Family Thing

By | June 25th, 2020|Latest News|

Financial education begins at home. What's one way that you can teach your kids the importance of setting financial goals, saving money, and watching what they spend? By involving them in the process of creating your family's budget. Budgeting as a family can help you and your kids get a better grasp on where your [...]

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Important message from the Macomb County Chamber of Commerce

By | June 5th, 2020|Latest News|

Hello Macomb County Chamber Members, Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Macomb County Chamber has worked tirelessly to provide resources, keep you informed, support and advocate for our business memberships. Our efforts include: 10 Virtual Chamber networking events. 5 Advocacy events with local legislators and industry experts. Collaborations with U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Chamber, Detroit Regional Chamber and the [...]

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Precautions To Protect Employee Health And Safety Following COVID-19

By | June 3rd, 2020|Chamber Events, Latest News|

Employers, do you feel prepared to safely transition your workforce back into the work environment? In a recent Tele-Town Hall, hosted by the Detroit Regional Chamber, EY Detroit’s Angie Kelly, Scott Mullan, and Sean Wessman discussed several precautions for employers to integrate into their return-to-work plan to keep employee health and safety top of mind.  Employer Checklist:   Implement testing and self-reporting – this is a critical step in [...]

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May 2020

Cybersecurity is not an option.

By | May 20th, 2020|Latest News|

Jennifer Fiebelkorn | Plante Moran A cybersecurity breach can be expensive and cause long-term reputational and brand damage to your private equity group. It can also derail M&A deals that are critical to your fund’s survival. Start your risk management program here. P Private equity groups (PEGs) understand that cyber incidents can have severe financial [...]

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Planning for the Restart from Covid-19

By | May 13th, 2020|Latest News|

With so much uncertainty in the economy during this unprecedented health crisis, planning and communication are critical to any company’s survival. Much is being said about preserving cash. And it’s because we all know cash will continue to be king even when businesses restart operations. #1. Managing Cash Cash is the first priority. Preparing a rolling [...]

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The Power of Storytelling

By | May 6th, 2020|Latest News|

By Tracey Moro When it comes to getting the word out about your company or your organization, you must be a squeaky wheel to be heard. You have to be proactive in getting the word out, and know when and how to tell your story. The companies that do this - are the ones you [...]

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