Vernal Chamber Offers Broad Business Training Opportunities

With the success of recent events, the Vernal Area Chamber of Commerce is hoping to involve more businesses in their regular meetings. “We are hoping to start a monthly breakfast seminar,” shares Chamber Director Joel Brown. “We would like to provide more opportunity for involvement and an option for business owners who can’t make it to the weekly luncheon.” The latest morning seminar held last month was a success, especially considering the narrow scope of businesses it was aimed at. “That meeting was really focused on small business owners wanting to expand or entrepreneurs wanting to start a business,” shares Brown. “Thirty people attended which was really great and we’ve had tons of positive feedback.” The Vernal Area Chamber of Commerce is hoping to implement the monthly breakfast meeting by the end of the year.

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