Oakdale Chamber Seminars

We are thrilled to extend a warm invitation to you for our upcoming series of educational seminars tailored to meet your business needs. At the heart of our mission is a commitment to empowering local businesses and professionals with knowledge that fosters growth and success.

Our seminars will cover a diverse range of essential topics, including QuickBooks mastery, a vital tool for streamlined financial management.

Additionally, we will delve into the art of budgeting, providing practical insights to help you optimize your resources effectively. These sessions promise to equip you with valuable skills and strategies to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of entrepreneurship.

We firmly believe that knowledge is the cornerstone of progress, and together, we can elevate our community’s economic landscape. Let’s forge stronger connections and build a foundation for mutual prosperity. Don’t miss this opportunity to invest in your business’s future.

Mark your calendars for these enlightening sessions, and stay tuned for further details. We look forward to welcoming you and sharing in this enriching experience.

 

Business Plan 101 – February 26th

Whether you’re an established entrepreneur or just starting out, this event is designed to equip you with the tools to turn your ideas into a thriving business! 🚀 Hosted in partnership with the Small Business Development Center, our expert speaker Gil Cardon will guide you through the process of creating a rock-solid business plan. From concept to execution, learn how to map out your path to success! Don’t miss out on this invaluable opportunity!

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Non-Profit Organizations and Community Organizations 101 – Dates TBD

The Chamber is working diligently to provide classes for non-profit organizations and community organizations. Here is the preliminary list of classes that we feel would be of interest:

  • Non-profit fraud mitigation
  • The Brown Act
  • How to read financial statements
  • Introduction to Robert’s Rules
  • Safety in Numbers: Updating bylaws to protect your organization
  • Dealing with a difficult board chair or member
  • Get what you want using motions
  • Meeting minutes and role of the clerk
  • Newly elected survival guide
  • Take control of your meetings using
  • Robert’s Rules

If you’re interested in these classes or have additional topics you would like to learn about, please email [email protected].

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