The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce recently released three headlines that caught our attention. Check them out:
January/New Year Networking Opportunity
Have you ever been to the TACC’s monthly After Business Mixers? If not, here’s the perfect opportunity for you to get involved in 2016!
The Chamber’s January/New Year After Business Mixer will be held this Thursday, January 21, at the office of Sun Community News/Times of Ti and Alexander R. Shmulsky Attorney At Law (102 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga) from 5:30PM – 7:00PM. There will be food, drinks, door prizes, and great conversation.
“We invite all Chamber Members, area businesses, and organizations to join us as we kick off the New Year,” said TACC Executive Director Matthew Courtright in a statement. “We will issue our 2016 ‘Save The Date’ of events, share information on the positive and productive year ahead, and much more.”
TMSP Revitalizes Partnership With National Main Street Center
The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership (TMSP) is preparing for the future by refreshing its partnership with the National Main Street Center, a program that helps communities across the country carry out preservation and revitalization initiatives.
So far, TMSP has followed the National Main Street Center’s Four-Point Approach and has also used its Eight Principles. Community visioning and marketing understanding, transformation strategies, and implementation and measurement are three key steps of the Main Street Approach that TMSP plans to use in the coming year and beyond.
As TMSP refines and clarifies its goals for moving forward with the National Main Street Center for the benefit of Downtown Ticonderoga, more news will be shared.
NCSBDC & Chamber Continue To Partner For 2016
The TACC recently announced that it will continue to host monthly Open Houses with the North Country Small Business Development Center (NCSBDC) on the second Tuesday of each month. The next Open House will take place on Tuesday, February 9 at the Chamber office, and appointments are recommended.
The TACC has worked closely with the NCSBDC since 2010, and Chamber members benefit from the array of support, services, and counseling that the NCSBDC offers to existing and potential businesses.
In addition to the Open Houses, the Chamber is working with the NCSBDC to host a variety of business seminars throughout the upcoming year. More information on these seminars will be announced soon.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the team at the North Country Small Business Development Center,” said Courtright in a statement. “Through our partnership we are able to offer all of the services available via the NCSBDC in a convenient location to our members, Ticonderoga area businesses, and potential new businesses.”
For more information on any of the aforementioned headlines, contact the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce at 518-585-6619.