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Workshop and Training Update

The first week of November provides several opportunities for workshops and trainings by MMSC. Below are the descriptions the links to register.

 

Wednesday, November 4th at 8:30AM

Missouri Main Street Connection, Inc. (MMSC), will host Mornings on Main on November 4th at 8:30AM. This webinar will discuss business recruitment related to supporting new entrepreneurs that have been effected by the current economy. How do we support those efforts from a cultivation standpoint? Jim Thompson, with Main Street Iowa, will present business incubation, microbusiness efforts, business plan development, and working with property owners and the city.  



Thursday, November 5th from 5:00PM - 6:00PM

We are excited to announce a Virtual Happy Hour the evening before the quarterly workshop! We invite you to bring your favorite beverage of choice and join us on November 5th from ´╗┐5PM - 6PM. The link to join this networking event will be sent via email to all attendees of the quarterly workshop. Register for the workshop here.


Friday, November 6th from 9:00AM - 4:00PM

Navigating A New Reality: Doing Things Differently In The Age of COVID-19

Jay Schlinsog, principal with Downtown Professionals Network and creator of Reopen Main Street, will provide a timely inside perspective on this special project developed to help small businesses, community leaders, and organizations advance COVID-19 recovery efforts.




Jay will share valuable insights and examples of how communities and businesses are thinking and responding differently to the COVID-19 pandemic’s lingering effects. Learn more about how communities are re-imagining the public realm and re-energizing the local economy; how businesses are adapting and marketing differently; and how some changes could become part of our districts’ fabric and the way we do business in a post-COVID-19 era. You can register for the workshop here

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