Survive & Thrive – Essential Learning for Your Business

Your Randolph Chamber of Commerce has put together a virtual learning series dedicated to providing our business community with information they can use NOW. We’ve pulled in business experts from a variety of fields to share their tips, ideas, and perspectives with you. All learning sessions are focused on helping your business not only survive this pandemic, but be set up to thrive despite it. 

We decided to structure these like our in-person Lunch & Learns; we want to provide learning and value while also allowing for discussion and some networking. These will be offered every other week. The topics and dates are below. Hope to see you!

Cost: We’ve waived fees!

IF you are able to pay, we invite you to do so as it goes directly to help the Chamber continue to be a resource for our community.

  • $10 if you can pay.
  • FREE if you cannot pay right now.
 PLEASE NOTE: These are live events. You must register and participate — these are not recorded.

Upcoming Survive & Thrive Learning Session Topics

All events are from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EST. and require pre-registration. Once you register, you’ll receive the Zoom session link via the confirmation email.

If you wish to register for all events, use the button below. Otherwise, you may register for any individual session using the links provided with the session description.

1) What’s Your Plan? Emerging from Disruption to Get Back to Business
Learn the elements of creating a strategic plan that assesses what your business needs to emerge from this disruption, create the plan to do it, and get back to running a thriving business.

Date: Wed, April 29

Presented by Liana Cassar MPH, MBA, Cassar Consulting

4) How Are You Managing Now?
This learning session is devoted to YOU. You need to take care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally. We have a couple experts who can help you restructure your day and personal goals in this new normal while also providing some tips to keep your self-care top of mind as the economy begins to return to “open” status.

Date: Wed, June 10

Presented by Becky Fox, owner of Becky Fox Fitness, and Megan Stewart, Lic.Ac., owner of Acupuncture & Homeopathy of Hingham.

2) Marketing Communications in the Time of Covid
Consistent, clear, and branded communication  is more important than ever. Learn with whom you need to stay in contact and why, what information needs to be addressed, and how to let your marketing communications support you as you move your business forward.

Date: Wed, May 13

Presented by Deb Goeschel, owner of Message Artist and VP of Communications for the Randolph Chamber.


3) You Need a Hard-Working Website
What you need to know about making your website work harder for you, including what information must be on your site, standard practices you need to follow, what content, tools, and software is non-negotiable, and when and how to get some help when you need it. We’ll also cover whether you should consider using PPC (Pay Per Click) advertising? 

Date: Wed, May 27

Presented by Jonathan Kingsbury, owner of Kingsbury Web and Chamber Board member, and Deb Goeschel, owner of Message Artist.

5) Reinventing Yourself and/or Your Business
Covid has wreaked havoc with a lot of business and professional lives. Many will have no choice but to turn to Plan B … or Plan C. Come learn how to approach this situation with innovation and how to look at your skills and experience to come up with workable next steps.

Date: Wed, July 8

Presented by: Martha Elliott, Boomers Next Chapter.

6) How Safe Are You? Insurance & Your Business
We all have our pre-conceived notions around insurance: what it is, when and why we need it. But for business owners, there are a lot more nuances than you’d think. Discover the things you truly need to worry about and what you need when it comes to insurance.

Date: Wed, July 22

Presented by Paul McCarthy, owner of New England Insurance Solutions and Chamber Board member.

PLEASE NOTE: These are live events. You must register and participate — these are not recorded.