BUSINESS TO BUSINESS RESOURCE CALLS
The Chamber will host recurring calls with our local business community to discuss topics of highest concern and importance to the sustainability of their business. We will continue to host these calls with local experts that can offer guidance during these unique times and answer your pressing questions.
calls are done via zoom video conferencing
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June 3rd: June 23rd Election Process with Kentucky Secretary of State, Michael G. Adams
May 20th: CARES Act and what it means for Kentucky: A discussion with
US Senator Mitch McConnell
May 6th: Senator Rand Paul, Small Business Discussion
April 29th: Heather Brooks and Michael Vitale from ELPO Law discussed Payroll Protection Plan revisions
April 27th: Darrall Henderson, Ph.D. – State Director, Kentucky Procurement Technical Assistance discussed how businesses get government contracts and what recovery looks like from their perspective
April 22nd: Kristina Joyce with the Kentucky Small Business Development Center discussed Small Business Resources
April 20th: Beth Noffsinger with the BG Convention & Visitors Bureau discuss the Virtual BGKY Campaign and provided a hospitality sector update
April 15th: Representatives from Graves-Gilbert Clinic discussed how to access and use Telemed, how to access the healthcare system for non-COVID related illnesses; and some medically-related measures businesses can take during this crisis
April 8th: Gary Fields with Bowling Green Independent School District and Rob Clayton with Warren County Public Schools gave a School Year Update
April 7: Kevin Courtois, Executive Director of Great Lakes Regional Office with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce discussed the Federal Stimulus CARES Act
April 6: Jason Heflin with CrowdSouth discussed how to Utilize Social Media in the New Economy
April 1: Heather Brooks with ELPO Law discussed the Federal Stimulus Bill
March 30: Ann Puckett with BKD, LLP discussed the local, state & federal tax extensions
March 25: Ian Loos with Bell, Orr, Ayers & Moore discussed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.