Chamber webinars to aid businesses with PPP forgiveness, marketing amid COVID

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The Seacoast Chamber Alliance announced today they are working with the NH Small Business Development Center to present two complimentary business webinars in November regarding PPP Forgiveness Applications and How to Adapt Your Marketing.

On Nov. 16 from 10-11 a.m., a webinar on PPP Forgiveness Applications: Eligibility and filling out the applications will be presented via Zoom. This webinar will be presented by Chuck Gilboy, NH SBDC Business Advisor and facilitated by Warren Daniel, NH SBDC Seacoast Regional Director. PPP Forgiveness eligibility guidelines and instructions for the Simpler and EZ applications will be reviewed. A question and answer period will follow the program. For program and registration information, visit

Then on Nov. 19 from 1-2 p.m., a webinar on Adapt Your Marketing: Increase Certainty in Your Business will be presented via Zoom. Presented by NH SBDC Advisor Rita Toth and facilitated by Warren Daniel, NH SBDC Seacoast Regional Director, those attending will learn how to get all in on marketing in a COVID-19 world to include:

· why you should be doing marketing, and understanding your audiences' new needs and habits

· what you can do to meet customers where they are with the content they want,

· how you can share this new, relevant, and thoughtful content out for the highest ROI.

This is a comprehensive action-packed 60-minute webinar that will push you to rethink and rework your marketing for today's customers. For program and registration information, visit

This program is presented by the Seacoast Chamber Alliance in conjunction with their funding partnership with the NH Department of Business and Economic Affairs. The Seacoast Chamber Alliance represents over 2,500 businesses who are members in one of the six Chambers of Commerce in the Seacoast: Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce, Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce, The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth, Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce, Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce, and The Falls Chamber of Commerce.

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