June 2021
Small Business Newsletter
Dear Subscriber,

Thank you for viewing the latest edition of the Dalton-Whitfield Small Business Newsletter. We hope this helps you locate the resources you need to develop and strengthen your small business. Please do not hesitate reaching out to us should you need anything!
DEM Camp 2021
This year, instead of a multi-day DEM Camp experience, we will be hosting DEM Days, a day long camp session for Middle School students interested in design, engineering, and manufacturing!
Sessions will be on June 11th and June 18th. These sessions are open to rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Students can sign up to attend one day! Spots are limited and registration will be open to the public through social media on Friday at 9:00am. Sign up is first-come, first-served. When we reach capacity, the sign up will be closed and a waitlist created.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Dr. Stephani Womack at womack@daltonchamber.org
DIA Podcast
Have you listened to DIA's podcast? With a different host each episode, you are sure to learn new insight with each listen. The latest episode is hosted by Aaron Marcelli, Entrepreneur.
Aaron Marcelli and his wife, Katy, started their company to enhance the work of the many small businesses in our community. With very few companies that focus primarily on bookkeeping services, Aaron and Katy saw the opportunity to offer their experience and skill in a way that allows entrepreneurs, owners, and small business leaders to focus on their passion. His financial experience ranges from bookkeeping to full financial oversight.
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Take Advantage of these FREE Opportunities...
Provided by SCORE
Recorded Webinar: Sell Online with E-Commerce Tools

Shopify, a leader in e-commerce solutions, is partnering with Grow with Google OnAir for a webinar to help small businesses looking to take the leap online. We will explore resources and e-commerce tools that businesses can access through Shopify, as well as answer questions about how small businesses can build online operations.

Recorded Webinar: 5 Steps to Plug the HIdden Money Leaks and Skyrocket Your Company's Revenue

Since small businesses have a limited budget and other resources, accounting plays a crucial role in providing information that helps businesses in their growth and development.

This webinar, presented by Founder/CEO of Time Value Accounting & Business Services Michelle Campbell, will share 5 important steps to help you stop money leaks in your business and increase your revenue --- without crazy campaigns or expensive launches.

This session is for you if:
  • You struggle every month to keep the cash flowing in your business
  • You don’t know where all the revenue goes in your business, but you feel you should have more
  • You’re finally ready to get off the cash flow hamster wheel and take control of your revenue

Classes in Your Area...
Sponsored by the Small Business Development Center through UGA.
UGA SBDC Opens New Center with Morehouse College
A new office of the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center (UGA SBDC) is coming to the campus of Morehouse College.
The project, led by UGA and the Morehouse Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, will support economic growth in Atlanta’s West End neighborhood, as well as the metro area. As the predominant small business outreach organization in Georgia, the SBDC, a state and federally-funded program, provides business owners and prospective entrepreneurs with consulting advice and continuing education classes at 17 current locations statewide. The new UGA SBDC office at Morehouse will open this summer and begin serving small business leaders, prospective owners, and student entrepreneurs, both in-person and online.

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