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Cybersecurity: YOU are the weakest link

Cybersecurity: YOU are the weakest link Back to All Posts September 21, 2021 MORE INFO & REGISTER Digital criminals are becoming ever more crafty in the ways they try to ensnare us in their evil webs. How can you and your employees know the difference between legitimate and criminal online interactions? Cybersecurity: YOU are the…

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Marketing Strategies for Success

BuILD NW VIDEO Marketing is hard to do right, and it’s more than the occasional ad in the paper or posting every now and then on Facebook.  Learn how to create your own marketing strategy from the experts.  Linda Wesley with StoryPath Communications and Jennifer McGrail, Director of Axis at Francis Tuttle, will share the…

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Rethinking Budgets the Profit-First Way

BuILD NW – July 13, 2021 Speaker: Rhonda Thomas, President of National Business Concepts In this vlog, Rhonda shares concepts of the Profit-First way of managing your budget. BuILD NW is a program of the Northwest Oklahoma City Chamber, organized by the Business Development Committee. It is a peer-learning group providing business owners and managers…

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“Help Wanted”

Hiring Resources Shared at BuILD NW 6/8/21 Presenters: Don Morris, Executive Director, Oklahoma Office of Workforce OklahomaBill Hancock, Business Services & Rapid Response Coordinator with Workforce OklahomaMolly Scalf, Workforce and Economic Development Consultant, Francis Tuttle Technology Center Whether you’re looking for hourly laborers or skilled technicians, our presenters will provide new leads and ideas for…

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Small Business Owners Celebrate Big Week

Small Business Owners who are members of the Chamber shared their stories of challenge and perseverance as part of the Northwest OKC Chamber’s Small Business Week Celebration. Speaking were Debbie Lowery, co-owner of Running Wild Catering, Kenneth Allen, co-owner of Allen Auto Body, and Kirsten Land, owner of Land Enterprises Roofing. The program was presented…

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