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Call Now MON/13- QuickBooks Online: Course 2- Payroll & How to Pay Yourself ($125) 9a– Noon INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. If you’re an entrepreneur, you know how tricky it is to determine whether you’ve made enough money to pay yourself, much less anyone else. This is an intermediate to advanced level QBO class. Bring your laptop and questions. Find this seminar and register at tsbdc.Org/search-for-training/. MON/13 Ribbon Cutting for TEAM Orthopaedics 11:30a-Noon TEAM Orthopaedics: 2158 Northgate Park Ln.   TUE/14 Hixson Community Coffee 8-9 a.M. Centered Health and Wellness: 4109 Mountain View Ave.   WED/15 Ooltewah/Collegedale Chamber Council Meeting 9:15-10:30 a.M. Collegedale City Hall: 4910 Swinyar Dr. Speaker: Bob Holmes, America’s All Star Free.   WED/15  Facebook Advertising Workshop 10:30a-Noon BrightBridge Women’s Business Center: 535 Chestnut St. Learn how to target your ads, who your customer is and how to fine-tune your page info. Required materials: active Facebook business page and laptop. Register for this free event at brightbridgewbc.Org.   WED/15 Ribbon Cutting for Collegedale Chiropractic 11-11:30 a.M. Collegedale Chiropractic: 9457 David Smith Ln., Ste 105   WED/15 Hixson Chamber Council Meeting 11:45a-1 p.M. North River Civic Center: 1009 Executive Dr. $10   WED/15 Reality Check - CGLA 1:30-3 p.M. Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy: 1802 Bailey Ave. Reality Check teaches 9th graders budgeting and emphasizes the connection between education and income by allowing students to roleplay as heads of household providing for their families on a set budget. To volunteer for this Chattanooga Chamber career readiness program, contact Cathy Humble at 423.763.4321 or chumble@chattanoogachamber.Com.   WED/15- Googleize Your Business 2:30–3:30 p.M. INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. Join the TSBDC of Chattanooga as we partner with Google to help put every business in Chattanooga on the map.  Find this complimentary seminar and register at tsbdc.Org/search-for-training/.   THUR/16 Get a Job - Ooltewah High School 7:15-11:30 a.M. Ooltewah High School: 6123 Mountain View Rd. The Chattanooga Chamber’s Get A Job program instructs 10th graders on interviewing skills, completing job applications,dressing for success and other topics of importance for the 21st century workforce. If you would like to volunteer for this Chattanooga Chamber career readiness program, contact Darian Scott at (423) 595-3152 dscott@chattanoogachamber.Com.   THUR/16 North Hamilton County Chamber Council Meeting 11:45-1 p.M. Budweiser: 200 Shearer St. Speaker: Jared Bigham, Chattanooga 2.0 $10   THUR/16 Business After Hours sponsored by Pin Strikes 5-7 p.M. Pin Strikes: 6241 Perimeter Dr. Business After Hours is a free event bringing an average of 100 business people together for networking and refreshments. Business After Hours in February is sponsored by Pin Strikes. THURS/16- Small Business Orientation- Evening Course 5:30–7 p.M. INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. This seminar will address key topics of interest for individuals considering starting a business such as business entity options and tax registration, the importance of business planning, financing options and the extensive network of resources through the TSBDC. Find this complimentary seminar and register at tsbdc.Org/search-for-training/.Here are the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce events for Oct. 19-23. Oct. 19, ONLINE: NEWtrepreneur Bookkeeping 12-1 p.M. New to being an entrepreneur? This information-packed class covers 10 of the most common bookkeeping mistakes and practical, efficient solutions to overcome them. Topics include: how to classify workers, receipt requirements, meal expenses, personal vehicle expenses, and more. Hosted by TSBDC and HR Business Solutions. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 19, ONLINE: Returning Employees Back to the Workplace Safely Webinar Time slots available: 12-1 p.M., 3-4 p.M. Businesses are now searching for ways to streamline health and safety practices at work. Join us as we discuss innovative technology to help you keep employees and visitors safe. Hosted by Sharp Business Systems. Register here No cost.  Oct. 19, ONLINE: Ask a QuickBooks ProAdvisor 2-3 p.M. QuickBooks is a great choice for start-ups and small businesses who need to improve their bookkeeping tools. We will begin with a presentation of the recent updates for QBO, then there will be a Q&A discussion with QuickBooks experts. Hosted by TSBDC and HR Business Solutions. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 20, ONLINE: Government Contracting 101 – Session 1 10 a.M.-12:30 p.M. Contracting with the federal government can open the door to many opportunities for your small business and can aid the growth of your business tremendously. In this comprehensive workshop, you will learn everything you need to know about government contracting (how to find contract opportunities, your responsibilities as a contractor, and how to be successful in today’s procurement marketplace). Hosted by TSBDC and PTAC. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 20, ONLINE: Red Bank/Signal Mountain Chamber Council Meeting 12-1 p.M. Join us for some great networking and to hear from a guest speaker who will share with the group some of their impactful work. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 20, ONLINE: Accepting Payments from Customers (POS Systems and Credit Card Charges) 12-1 p.M. How are you taking payments from your customers for your products and services? This class will teach you the basics of payment processing, the differences in point-of-sale systems, the rules and regulations around surcharging and cash discounts, and how to protect your business's and customers' data. Hosted by TSBDC and Bankcard Solutions. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 20, ONLINE: YPC + Startup Week: From Side Hustle to CEO 12:30-2 p.M. As part of Startup Week Chattanooga, join Young Professionals of Chattanooga (YPC) for our virtual event as young professional small business owners share impactful stories and experiences to illustrate how the challenges they've faced helped to build their definition of success. Moderator: Alexis Willis, INCubator. Panel: Nick Macco, Southtree & Legacy Box, Briana Garza, Chatt Taste, Ji Hoon Heo, Tesla Bros, and Shawnice Beard, Callie's Avenue. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 20, ONLINE: "I'm Tired": Creating a Sense of Belonging for Women and People of Color to Build Their Own Legacy 2-3 p.M. INCubator hosts "'I'm Tired': Creating A Sense of Belonging for Women and People of Color to Build Their Own Legacy." Join us to discuss the positive impact of meaningful support for employees and entrepreneurs. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 20, ONLINE: Chamber Council Networking 4-5 p.M. Our Chamber Membership Team is hosting a meeting in partnership with their Councils. Get ready to make great connections! Register here. No cost.  Oct. 20, ONLINE: Tap Into Chattanooga’s Talent Pool! 4-5 p.M. As part of Startup Week, Chattanooga-based startup Eduity® is partnering with the Public Education Foundation’s STEP-UP program to give you access to some of the area’s best young talent. During this practical, hands-on workshop, you'll create a job inventory for your company with Eduity's innovative free tool. STEP-UP interns will help you define exactly what capabilities your company needs. Then PEF will tap you directly into a pool of bright, motivated young people. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 21, ONLINE: Southside Community Coffee 8-9 a.M. Grab your coffee and tea and network with fellow chamber members and Southside businesses over Zoom. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 21, ONLINE: Ooltewah/Collegedale Chamber Council Meeting 8:15-9:30 a.M. While we're still zooming along, join us to network with one another virtually--and referring business so that we can help those businesses who are still being affected by Covid-19 to build. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 21, ONLINE: Government Contracting 101 – Session 2 10 a.M.-12:30 p.M. Contracting with the federal government can open the door to many opportunities for your small business and can aid the growth of your business tremendously. In this comprehensive workshop, you will learn everything you need to know about government contracting (how to find contract opportunities, your responsibilities as a contractor, and how to be successful in today’s procurement marketplace). Hosted by TSBDC and PTAC. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 21, ONLINE: Hixson Chamber Council Meeting 12-1 p.M. Hixson will be having our first luncheon/meeting in quite some time!! Please join us as we hear from Wade Rowan, with Sandler Training! He will be addressing how to manage relationships during a pandemic. As a student of people, processes and personalities, Wade works with many organizations all around the country to help Manage Healthy Relationships. In this workshop Wade will share several of the Attitudes, Behaviors and Techniques that allow meaningful Bond and Rapport to flourish. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 21, ONLINE: Returning Employees Back to the Workplace Safely Webinar Time slots available: 12-1 p.M., 3-4 p.M. Businesses are now searching for ways to streamline health and safety practices at work. Join us as we discuss innovative technology to help you keep employees and visitors safe. Hosted by Sharp Business Systems. Register here No cost.  Oct. 21, 2020 Spirit of Innovation Awards 7-8 p.M. The Spirit of Innovation Awards honor businesses that originated in the region and have potential to impact many people and inspire change either within one industry or across a broader spectrum. The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce honors finalist companies and names an award recipient at the Spirit of Innovation Awards Wednesday, Oct. 21 virtually. We are proud to feature our keynote speaker, Arlan Hamilton, Founder of Backstage Capital. Watch live here. No cost.  Oct. 22, ONLINE: Enterprise Gateway Chamber Council Meeting 8:15-9:30 a.M. Join us as we hear from Miles Huff, Sr. Director of Talent Initiatives with the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce, who will share some of the great work taking place on maintaining and retaining great talent within our region. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 22, ONLINE: Government Contracting 201 10 a.M.-1 p.M. Designed for individuals who are beyond the basics, this class will help expand your understanding of the complex rules in government contracting. We will cover: evaluating solicitations, initial steps for developing pricing for a proposal, developing a list of target customers, and more. Hosted by TSBDC and PTAC. Register here. No cost.  Oct. 22, ONLINE: How to Write a Winning Proposal Using the StoryBrand Framework 3-4 p.M. Proposals should give the recipient a short, compelling summary of work that can be easily shared with other decision-makers. This is the key to advancing your goals and winning business. In this session we’ll explore the elements of a good proposal: the problem, the hook, and the solution (BTW, that solution is you). Hosted by TSBDC and 8Bend Marketing. Register here. No cost.© Credit: iStock/Getty Images As hospitals work to manage the escalating impacts of COVID-19 in hospitals, AHS will be reducing access to one designated support person on-site with a patient in the maternity unit. Pregnant women in Alberta's maternity wards will be allowed just one designated support person, Alberta Health Services says, as the province grapples with more than 20,000 active COVID-19 cases.  The change is being implemented over the next four days throughout the province. The adjustments were necessary to protect the health and safety of patients and staff, AHS said in a series of tweets. COVID-19, particularly the Delta variant, is highly infectious, and pregnant women are at a higher risk of severe outcomes.  "We know the importance of designated support during this time, and we understand how difficult this decision is for all involved. This decision was not made lightly," an AHS spokesperson said in an emailed statement.  Calgary midwife Kimberley Schmidt of Aurora Midwifery says it's heartbreaking to see the pandemic's escalation limiting the number of support people an expecting mother can have in the maternity ward.  "Having your support team around you gives you that security blanket to help you get through the unknown," she says.  Schmidt says the decision could mean labouring mothers will be forced to make difficult decisions about who to have in the room. "It's frustrating because we know that women need support in labour, and sometimes they're being forced to choose between their significant other, who may not be the most skilled person to provide them with support, … and a doula, who is a trained support person," she says.  AHS says exceptional circumstances and requests made by patients for two designated support persons in the maternity unit will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

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