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Learn to grow business at Chamber event

Personnel from Community Futures will be spending two days working directly with local business owners and operators, to help them improve their business.

A day has been set aside in Harrison Hot Springs (Tuesday, Apr. 8) and one day in Agassiz (Wednesday, Apr. 9) where Community Futures staff will meet one on one with business owner/operators. Areas they can help with include marketing and market research, financial management and cash flow, operational changes, business succession planning, and loans through Community Futures.

Meetings are up to an hour long, and there is no cost.

For more information or to schedule a time email the sponsors of the event, Harrison Agassiz Chamber, at info@harrison.ca.

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