Shasta Cascade SBDCRedding California

Announcing -- Resiliency and Recover Roundtables

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Businesses in our region are going through yet another disaster, and we can be proud that, as a community, we are showing the same resiliency we showed during the Carr fire two years ago. 

In times of crisis, it’s always easier to stand up to challenges as a group, rather than trying to go it alone. In that spirit, we’re announcing Resiliency and Recovery Roundtables, beginning in September. 

The roundtables will consist of about 3 non-competing small businesses and will meet, via Zoom, for an hour at their own schedule (probably once every 2 to 4 weeks, depending on need). 

These roundtables are a chance for local businesses to: 

  • meet together, 
  • share experiences 
  • discuss ideas and 
  • stay resilient. 

Our hope is to give a venue to share ideas and best practices, and to make us all stronger as businesses and as a community.

Want to join us?  Sign up here and we will contact you about the end of August / beginning of September: https://nc.ecenterdirect.com/events/46966

Questions or concerns? Call David Walker at (530) 222-8323, or email him at david@norcalsbdc.org

**Reminder that if you need confidential business advice you can reach out to the following organizations for no-cost assistance: us (the SBDC), WBCSCORE and/or VBOC (for veterans). Other good resources are the Smart Center, (for job / employment support) SCED (business financing), EDC (local economic development) and your local Chamber.

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