Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events for July 9-13

Thursday, July 5, 2018

July 9, NEWtrepreneur Bookkeeping? 10 Mistakes to Avoid

Noon to 1 p.m.

INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. (Please park across the street in the Republic Parking lot at Renaissance Park)

Entrepreneurs, small business owners or those considering starting a business will learn 10 common bookkeeping mistakes and practical, efficient solutions to overcome them. Topics include: how to classify workers, receipt requirements, meal expenses and more. Bring your questions!

Speaker: Lynn Talbott, MBA, President of HRBiz and Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor

Register at tsbdc.org/chscc.

No cost.

 

July 10, Hixson Chamber Council Community Coffee

8 to 9 a.m.

BiBa's: 5918 Hixson Pike

Please join the Hixson Council for their Monthly Council Community Coffee.

No cost.

 

July 10, Finding Clients & Booking Business

6 to 7:30 p.m.

The Chattery at Chattanooga WorkSpace: 302 W. 6th St.

In this class, you'll learn where to find your ideal clientele, what to do when you book the meeting, and how to close the deal.

Register at thechattery.org.

$15

 

July 11, DHS Starting Your Child Day Care Business

9 to 11:30 a.m.

Child Care Licensing Office: 540 McCallie Ave.

Topics Covered: Orientation, Self-Assessment, Day Care Industry Related Facts, Main Sections of a Business Plan, Forms to Organize a Business, What Lenders Look For.

Speaker: TSBDC Staff

To register or for additional information, call (423) 634-6180.

No cost.

 

July 11, MidTown Chamber Council Meeting

11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Spare Time Chattanooga: 5518 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN

Program: Future Ready Institutes

$12

 

July 12, Small Business Orientation - Morning Seminar

11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. (Please park across the street in the Republic Parking lot at Renaissance Park)

This seminar addresses key topics of interest for individuals considering starting a business. Covered topics include: business entity options and tax registration, the importance of business planning, financing options and the extensive network of resources through the TSBDC. Participants receive a Startup packet containing vital phone numbers and addresses for getting established within State and Federal regulations.

Speakers: TSBDC Staff

Register at tsbdc.org/chscc.

No cost.

 

July 12, Southside Chamber Council Meeting

Noon to 1 p.m.

green|spaces: 63 E. Main St.

Speaker: Karen Hundt, Regional Planning Agency

$12

 

July 12, Small Business Orientation - Evening Seminar

5:30 to 7 p.m.

INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. (Please park across the street in the Republic Parking lot at Renaissance Park)

This seminar addresses key topics of interest for individuals considering starting a business. Covered topics include: business entity options and tax registration, the importance of business planning, financing options, and the extensive network of resources through the TSBDC. Participants receive a Startup packet containing vital phone numbers and addresses for getting established within State and Federal regulations.

Speakers: TSBDC Staff

Register at tsbdc.org/chscc.

No cost.

 

July 12, YPC Night at the Lookouts

5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

AT&T Field: 201 Power Alley

Join YPC for their monthly After Hours by cheering on the Chattanooga Lookouts. Bring a toy to donate to the toy drive and receive a General Admission Ticket. YPC will be located in the picnic area along the third base side.

More info at ypchattanooga.org.

 

July 13, East Brainerd Chamber Council Coffee

8:30 to 9:30 a.m.

Hunters Point Apartments: 7401 Allemande Way

Join our East Brainerd Council for their monthly coffee on the second Friday of every month.

No cost.

 

For the most up to date business event listings, check chattanoogachamber.com.

 


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