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Fresh Brewed Business: Economic Development Forecast with Tim Mayle

The Chamber will host Fresh Brewed Business on Tuesday, January 5th from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Hancock Hotel. Limited in-person seats are available, and the event will be available to watch virtually via GoToWebinar. Those who wish to register can do so at www.FindlayHancockChamber.com/Fresh-Brewed-Business.

January’s main speaker is Tim Mayle of the Findlay-Hancock Economic Development office, who will give an update on the area’s development, and a look ahead at 2021. Several other speakers will present on topics relevant to the community.

Jeremy Kalb from the City of Findlay will give an update on City Projects; Ashley Barger from FriendsOffice will speak about their services available as a member of the Chamber of Commerce; Ashley Jacobus will represent the Hancock Leadership Class of 2021 and provide an update on their class project; and a Non-Profit Update will come from Carolyn Copus on behalf of 50 North.

This monthly program is a business and professional development program of the Chamber of Commerce designed to offer a variety of information to the business community, inform Chamber members about public issues, and establish a stronger voice for the business community.

This month’s Fresh Brewed Business is sponsored by Children’s Mentoring Connection, Garner Trucking, Premier Bank, and Firestorm Movers & Cleanout/Bin There Dump That.

Register here.


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