August 26, 2022~ Chamber, Local & Regional Business News

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You're invited to promote your business through the Local St. Charles podcast. Done in conjunction with Ken Tucker and ChangeScape web, members of the Greater Saint Charles County Chamber of Commerce have the opportunity to share their successes, their stories, and their challenges. Podcasts are published on Apple, Spotify, through the Chamber's facebook page, in this very e-newsletter and through the Local St. Charles (news section) on the Chamber's website.

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Free Disability Transition Planning Conference is September 21

(St. Peters, Mo., August 24, 2022) The BCI Skills Center will host a free Transition Planning Conference on Wednesday, September 21 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Embassy Suites located at Two Convention Center Blvd., St. Charles, Missouri 63303. The conference will be an empowering event for y...

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Duchesne Alum to be Inducted Into GAC Hall of Fame

On September 23, 2022 Duchesne alum John Prinster '73 will be one of nine individuals inducted into the Gateway Athletic Conference (GAC) Hall of Fame. Prinster was selected for his accomplishments as a football player at Duchesne, and to honor his 27 years of coaching at St. Charles High Scho...

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Rhonda and Kiarla Taylor of Hatchet Haus Axe Throwing | We'll talk with Rhonda and Kiarla Taylor about their business Hatchet Haus Axe Throwing | By St. Charles Regional Chamber | Facebook

59 views, 4 likes, 0 loves, 0 comments, 0 shares, Facebook Watch Videos from St. Charles Regional Chamber: We'll talk with Rhonda and Kiarla Taylor about their business Hatchet Haus Axe Throwing

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8 things great leaders make time for every day

In a time where hybrid work is king, the Great Resignation continues to pull competitive talent in all directions and a recession clouds the market, great leadership remains a crucial element of business continuity and success. So, what makes a great leader?

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​​To Be a Better Leader, Practice Active Listening

Listening is an intentional behavior. When you listen actively, you are present and focused on what the other person is saying because you want them to feel heard and valued. When your team feels heard, they know they matter and that you welcome their input, even if you disagree.

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The Inflation Reduction Act Doesn't Raise your Taxes: It Just Makes It Harder for the Wealthiest Americans to Cheat

Last week, Congressional leadership announced an agreement on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA). The Senate passed the IRA on Sunday and the House is expected to vote on the legislative package today - if passed, the IRA would reduce inflationary pressure on our economy, trigger the nation's largest-ever investments in climate action, expand health care coverage, and lower prescription drug prices.

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Sanctioned Sneaker Collective and Milan Laser Hair Removal Open at Streets of St. Charles

(St. Charles, MO) August 24, 2022- This summer Streets of St. Charles welcomed two new tenants to the development, Sanctioned Sneaker Collective and Milan Laser Hair Removal. Milan Laser Hair Removal is located at 1450 Beale Street #135 and Sanctioned Sneaker is located at 1650 Beale Street #15...

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ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO - St. Charles County is reporting robust mid-year totals for 2022 housing and commercial construction permits that pace ahead of 2021 numbers. "Through July of this year, housing and commercial construction in St. Charles County continues to exceed year-to-date numbers i...

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Duchesne High School Creates All-New Pioneer Parents Association

Duchesne High School has announced the creation of its all-new Pioneer Parents Association. The new organization will help support parents and teachers by providing a means of sharing and creating experiences for the benefit of the students. The PPA will promote student activities, enhance...

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Don't overlook your leaders: Why taking care of middle management matters

When you think about "taking care of employees," who first comes to mind? It's likely the team members who take up the biggest percentage of your workforce, right? A perception exists in workplaces that programs targeting wellness, engagement or retention are designed specifically for individual contributors. But what about middle management?

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Parson officially issues call for special session, lays out plan for income tax cut - The Missouri Times

Jefferson City, Mo. - Gov. Mike Parson will bring the Missouri General Assembly into Jefferson City on Sep. 6 to work on multiple tax-related pieces of legislation. The most talked about and controversial piece of legislation is Parson's proposal on income tax cuts that he announced at a press conference Monday afternoon.

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Amazon signs hydrogen supply deal with Plug Power

Aug 25 (Reuters) - Plug Power Inc (PLUG.O) said on Thursday it has signed a deal with Inc (AMZN.O) to supply liquid green hydrogen starting in 2025 to help the e-commerce giant decarbonize its operations. Reporting by Akash Sriram in Bengaluru; Editing by Shinjini Ganguli Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

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5 Things to Consider Befaore Creating a Business Entity

A legal entity involves different individuals coming together to run a business. Various aspects affect the operations of a business depending on its type - from taxation, liability for debts, and obligations of the owners. State laws govern the business formation, meaning the rights and obligations of business owners are set by the state that is its legal home.

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Upcoming Events
September 2022 Biz Brew
BIZ BREW - Serving straight up business and spirited conversation. Come and enjoy beverages, snacks and engaging discussions with fellow chamber members and guests. Always remember to bring lots of your business cards to pass around.
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Lunch with Leaders September 2022

This luncheon is our format for connecting you with business & community leaders. Program: Join us in our pre-celebration of AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S DAY (actually held on 9/22) Take a moment to reflect on the contributions and achievements of the millions of women business owners & in the...

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August Morning Brew

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