Ad Spot

September 22, 2020

RCCC webinar offers small businesses Covid-19 advice

SALISBURY – To assist small businesses suffering due to COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions, the Rowan-Cabarrus Small Business Center is joining other centers across the state to offer a special webinar today from 2 to 3:30 p.m. with helpful strategies and ideas.

A panel of experts in business continuity, supply chain and healthcare will offer businesses advice for responding to the ongoing COVID-19 crises. The group will provide strategies for minimizing susceptibility for future disruptions beyond illness spread.

“We know that small businesses are in crisis, locally, statewide and nationally,” said Dr. Carol S. Spalding, president of Rowan-Cabarrus. “The Small Business Center Network of the North Carolina Community College System is a trusted and vital resource for small businesses. Our centers are available to help in any way we can during this unprecedented crisis.”

The Small Business Network comprises 58 Small Business Centers that support the development of new businesses and growth of existing businesses by being a community-based provider of training, counseling, information and resources.

Small business owners may register for today’s online event at https://bit.ly/33IsIMd.

To learn more about the Rowan-Cabarrus Small Business Center and upcoming webinars, visit www.rccc.edu/sbc. For more information about Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, visit www.rccc.edu or call 704-216-RCCC (7222).

Comments

Local

County government losing assistant manager, social services director

Education

RSS will collect information on full K-5 return

Nation/World

Barrett emerges as court favorite; Trump to pick by weekend

Local

Tillis says Trump will extend offshore drilling pause to NC

Coronavirus

12% of all Rowan COVID-19 cases currently active

Crime

Blotter: Concord man faces drug charges after hotel disturbance call

Crime

Rockwell teen charged with rape of a 14-year-old girl

Crime

Police: Charlotte man caught stealing funeral home employee’s truck

Local

Rowan Social Services director takes new job in New Hanover County; Heidrick to retire

Ask Us

Ask us: Will masks be required in Rowan County polling locations?

Elections

Political Notebook: Tillis, Cunningham differ on when to fill SCOTUS vacancy

Local

Local state trooper, firefighter returns home after Army deployment

Local

Blast from the past: Concordia Lutheran Church opens time capsule from previous century

Crime

Blotter: Salisbury man charged with damaging video camera, tresspassing

Crime

North Carolina man faces over 300 sex-related charges

News

Coastal flooding along Outer Banks closes roads

Nation/World

GOP hopeful Supreme Court battle will help shift election

Education

‘Better chance of succeeding’: Moody, colleagues reflect on tenure, retirement

News

Collecting garbage: Locals work to beautify High Rock Lake during Clean Sweep

Coronavirus

Salisbury man grateful parents’ story has impacted many

News

Celtics take big lead and hold on to top Heat 117-106

Business

Downtown Salisbury ‘moving swiftly’ with developers interested in Empire Hotel

Business

From fantasy to fact, Cherry builds a Hobbit House at his Treesort

Business

Biz Roundup: CSP seeking to hire 100 new employees for plant expansion