MIDDLESEX COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
SIDE STREET TO MAIN STREET SUPPLEMENTAL PROGRAM
The Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce’s Side Street to Main Street Supplemental Program Business “Know-How” sponsored by Eversource Energy completed its fifth successful year with a Presentation of Certificates to Participants on Tuesday, July 12, 2016.
The Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce’s Side Street to Main Street Supplemental Program Business “Know-How” is funded by a generous grant from Eversource Energy.
Business “Know-How” is an intensive four-session Program which provides practical knowledge for starting and building a small business in Connecticut. The Program targeted for minority small business owners in Middlesex County and surrounding areas within the Eversource Energy foot print just completed its fifth successful year on July 12, 2016.
Designed as a companion to the Chamber’s award winning Side Street to Main Street Business and Leadership Development Program sponsored by Aetna, Inc., Business “Know-How”, offers a bridge for small business owners hoping to participate in the program now entering its 20th year this fall.
Participants in the Business “Know-How” Program learn a variety of business related skills from both the program’s expert facilitator/instructor, and through group discussions of the homework assignments. Those who complete Business “Know-How” will be far better prepared for the rigors of the year-long process of the Side Street to Main Street Business & Leadership Development Program, and will gain an extra rating point if they apply in August for the 2016-2017 Program.
Many thanks to Eversource Energy, for their generous funding grant, and outstanding support of this special Side Street to Main Street Supplemental Program, Business “Know-How”.
For more information, contact Program Coordinator, Jennifer@middlesexchamber.com
Ms. Lindsay Parke, Corporate Communications, Eversource Energy, accepted a Certificate of Appreciation on behalf of Eversource Energy for their strong and continued sponsorship funding support of the Side Street to Main Street Supplemental Program Business “Know-How”.