Posts Tagged ‘Chamber Connection’

3 Tips to Poise Your Small Business for Growth

3 Tips to Poise Your Small Business for Growth
John Vandersall Once your business begins to thrive, it’s not uncommon to set your sights beyond the horizon and start thinking about growth. A common stumbling block for small businesses is they only think about going from “small” to “large” and while that is a quick and easy upgrade at the...
January 9th, 2015 | Chamber Connection | Read More

Sometimes All You Need to Help Your Business Thrive is One Connection

Sometimes All You Need to Help Your Business Thrive is One Connection
Every day I meet with businesses of varying sizes, industries, structures and challenges. As with most things, there is no easy button for the challenges our member businesses face, but the Columbus Chamber can help. I’d like to share one of our favorite success stories, which involves connecting two...
February 21st, 2014 | Chamber Connection | Read More

Diversity Bridge: Empowering Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business

Diversity Bridge: Empowering Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business
Businesses that are women- or minority-owned have the opportunity to tap into a number of public and private sector programs. Corporations, the federal government, state agencies all want to do business with these enterprises. If you are a woman- or minority-owned company that might be considering the...
October 18th, 2013 | Chamber Connection | Read More

Access to Capital: How to Finance Your Business

Access to Capital: How to Finance Your Business
I am often asked by business owners where the “free” money is to operate their business. The quick and true answer is that there is no “free” money. First Things First Somers Martin, director of business development services for the Columbus Chamber Before beginning your search for funding,...
April 19th, 2013 | Chamber Connection | Read More