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Escalon Chamber Plans Business Workshops

Statistic shows that many new businesses fail because they haven’t done the homework necessary to reach their dreams and goals. The Escalon Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the first in a new series of Brown Bag Lunch workshops on Wednesday, March 7 at noon in the Escalon Branch Library. The focus of this workshop will be to introduce small businesses and entrepreneurs to practices to help them succeed in business.

Bill Robinson of Principal Finance, Chuck Smith of Big Ape Bookkeeping and Tax Service and Lance Johnson of Farmers Insurance will share ideas on how knowledge in these key areas is important to successful businesses. In the future the Chamber will present speakers on social media, the importance of a business plan, networking and other relevant issues.

“Our long range goal is to create a support group especially for home based businesses where they can network and work together to build a profitable business,” said Chamber representative Pat Brown.

Information about the Brown Bag Lunch series will also be posted on the Chamber’s Facebook and webpage.

For more information, call the Chamber at 209-838-2793.