Brief news and information from the Lafayette Women's Chamber of Commerce

Brief news and information from the Lafayette Women's Chamber of Commerce

One of our new members, Mary Bergeron of Hospice has some information re: a free support group for healthcare workers and we wanted to share some information on a new grant/loan program from LCG being administered by LEDA.

One of our Founding Investor Members, The Daily Advertiser/LOCALIQ has invited you to a Free Virtual Seminar on Digital Marketing. To Register for this FREE event please visit http://go.gatehousemedia.com/join-us-june-24-google-webinar.html

The Opportunity Machine teaches a series of classes for Small Businesses and Start-Ups to help entrepreneurs learn business best practices. This is a FREE Series but you must register to participate at www.opportunitymachine.org/om-events.

Heidi Melancon, Regional Director of SBDC says "Business owners should now be'planning for the future"

If you have not received an email from Google please email me for the link.

We hope you and your families are staying safe as we all deal with the impacts of COVID-19. The LEDA Networking Luncheon scheduled on April 14 will not take place. We will resume our luncheons on Wednesday, June 17. Ticket and speaker information will be shared in May.

The Lafayette Women's Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all of our members who are health care providers and taking care of our community in addition to health care professionals not in our organization.

The Lafayette Women's Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all of our members who are health care providers and taking care of our community in addition to health care professionals not in our organization.

The Lafayette Women's Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all of our members who are health care providers and taking care of our community in addition to health care professionals not in our organization.

The Lafayette Women's Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all of our members who are health care providers and taking care of our community in addition to health care professionals not in our organization.