Connecting Your Business with the State of Massachusetts and the City of Boston Come meet representatives from the Commonwealth’s Operational Service Division (OSD) and the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development to learn more about how you can officially certify your business as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Women Business Enterprise… Read more »
From left to right: Randolph Town Councilor, Ken Clifton, U.S. Haitian Chamber President, Hans Patrick Domercant, Massachusetts Diversity and Recruitment Manager, Juanita Allen, Randolph Town Councilor, Katrina Huff-Larmond and State Representative, Bill Driscoll Jr. The U.S. Haitian Chamber of Commerce (US HAITIAN CHAMBER); The Hub at Stetson Hall; Haitian-Americans United… Read more »
Our President, Hans Patrick Domercant, had a very productive meeting with Randolph’s Town Manager, Brian Howard and Town Councilor, Ken Clifton last night. The discussion primarily focused on issues affecting small businesses in Randolph and how the Chamber can collaborate with the town to spur economic growth.
While it may not get as much buzz these days as social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, old-fashioned, face-to-face networking is still essential for building a business. One of the most effective ways to grow your business is also one of the oldest: networking. While it may not get… Read more »
If you know how to follow today’s rules for getting attention, press releases can still be an effective marketing tool for small businesses. Are press releases still an effective marketing tool for a small business? Yes, if you know how to follow today’s rules for getting attention. Here are… Read more »