Second Draw Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan: What to Expect as a Small Business Owner

The Second Draw Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan intended to help small business owners during the coronavirus pandemic was set to expire on March 31, 2021, but was recently extended through June 30, 2021. There are many businesses still hoping to receive..

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Member Advice with Cara Carver

It takes hard work, dedication and sometimes good old fashion luck to build a strong, profitable business. One of the best pieces of advice for entrepreneurs and emerging business owners is to get smart insights from people who have been there before.

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Member Advice with Nikki Gibbs

 

It takes hard work, dedication and sometimes good old fashion luck to build a strong, profitable business. One of the best pieces of advice for entrepreneurs and emerging business owners is to get smart insights from people who have been there before.

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Message fatigue: How to keep content fresh and audiences engaged

We live in a busy world with messages flying at us constantly and from multiple channels – social media, emails, billboards, streaming platforms, direct mail and signage hanging in store windows and on office walls. The list goes on. Those channels are constantly..

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Chamber Investor Listing: Local Restaurants

As you know, COVID-19 has greatly impacted businesses all over and particularly small businesses such as restaurants have suffered the most. To help mitigate some of the effects, we encourage you to safely patronize the following local restaurants that have invested..

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Strategic, planned communication cannot be rigid

It may sound like an oxymoron if I were to say, “Planned communication must also be unplanned.” But as PR professionals, this is pretty much a given. Yes, our job is to be laser-focused on strategic planning and preparing for the most optimal communication-related..

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Have you checked your digital front door?

The digitization of business processes has fully trickled down to small and local businesses, in part because necessity mandated a major transition to online business development in the early months of 2020. Regardless of the reason for this transition, it would be..

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Why and How to Get Started with Email Marketing

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things about how businesses run, one of them being where work gets done. With more people working remotely, we are all spending more time communicating electronically, both through instant messaging services like Zoom and..

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Member Advice with Adriane Johnson-Williams

 

It takes hard work, dedication and sometimes good old fashion luck to build a strong, profitable business. One of the best pieces of advice for entrepreneurs and emerging business owners is to get smart insights from people who have been there before.

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Outfront Media Offers Free Billboard Advertising to Black-Owned Businesses

Greater Memphis Chamber investor Outfront Media has committed to expanding opportunities to black businesses through the launch of their new campaign, Black Businesses Matter.

The Black Businesses Matter campaign is giving back to black-owned businesses by providing

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