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Opportunity for Diversity Training From JCC’s Small Business Center

By clambert_christielambert@triangleeastchamber.com | September 11, 2020

Lowe’s Donation Provides Help for Fire Departments

By clambert_christielambert@triangleeastchamber.com | September 11, 2020

Lowe’s has already been making a difference in our community by generously donating face masks to the Partnership for Children of Johnston County. Now, once again, they are reaching out to support workers in our region. We have partnered with Lowe’s to distribute masks to every fire department in Johnston County. Mike Mancuso has visited…

State Treasurer Presents to Board of Directors

By clambert_christielambert@triangleeastchamber.com | August 31, 2020

The Chamber’s Board of Directors was honored to have North Carolina’s State Treasurer, Dale R. Folwell, join their last meeting to present the latest updates from his department.

Simple Twist Celebrates Newest Location

By clambert_christielambert@triangleeastchamber.com | August 31, 2020

Chef Nathan and Colleen Roby opened the first Simple Twist at the 4042 location in June of 2014. They filled a niche in the area for fresh, farm to table meals with cocktails, craft beer and excellent service. Since then, the Simple Twist family has grown with multiple locations in Clayton and Smithfield. The newest…

Small Business Center Announces Counseling Services For Businesses Affected By COVID-19

By clambert_christielambert@triangleeastchamber.com | August 22, 2020

JCC Business Center Announces Counseling Services for Local Businesses Affected By COVID

Guide to Responsible Re-entry

By clambert_christielambert@triangleeastchamber.com | May 3, 2020

Guide to Responsible Re-Entry What does the new “norm” look like?  This is your guide to thinking about Re-Entry and what steps you need to take now to get ready.  These tips are not designed to replace any official direction from State or Federal guidance.  Responsible re-entry for a business should be as personalized as…

Best Practices For Working From Home

By Christie Lambert | March 23, 2020

Resources for Working From Home As a country and as a local community, we are all doing our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. For many of us, that means our new normal (for at least a little while) is working remotely from home and attending virtual meetings, conferences, and events. We are learning…

SBA Loans & New NC Unemployment Guidelines

By Christie Lambert | March 18, 2020

SBA Loans to Help Your Business & New Unemployment Guidelines Unemployment Applications: https://des.nc.gov/apply-unemployment/ FAQ for COVID-19 Unemployment Insurance: https://des.nc.gov/need-help/covid-19-information U.S. Small Business Administration Loans: https://www.sba.gov/disaster-assistance/coronavirus-covid-19 We will send an update as soon as North Carolina is added to the list of eligible areas. Please reach out if you have any questions!

Resources for COVID-19

By Christie Lambert | March 13, 2020

  Connect to Recovery Triangle East Chamber’s Guide and Tips for Responsible Re-Entry NC Chamber’s Relaunching North Carolina  The Path Forward with the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation Road Map to Reopening with the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwAGE9ZlITE&feature=emb_logo Guide to PPE Loan Forgiveness To Help You Get Started:  10 Commonly Asked Coronavirus Small…

Congratulations to Our Triangle East Citizen of the Year!

By Christie Lambert | March 11, 2020

  The Triangle East Citizen of the Year Award is given to someone who has made significant contributions to the region by giving of their time, talent, and energies. This person shows commitment to the well-being and quality of life in our area. It is with great pleasure that we announce the deserving recipient of…

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