Digital natives who grew up after the birth of the Internet are more susceptible to a variety of scams intended to drain cash from victims with emailed promises of money orders, according to a recent study by the Better Business Bureau, and it is older men who more often fall prey to phony tales of romance, investments and friends in need of help. Read more here.
Dorothy Savarese among Community Bankers invited to meeting at White House
Dorothy Savarese, President and CEO of The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, was among a small group of community bankers invited to a special meeting at the White House. The purpose of the meeting with President Trump and the Administration was to present a range of concerns and aspirations for community banks to more effectively serve their customers and communities, including increasing small business and mortgage lending. Read more here.
Last chance to register for The Future of Marketing Conference
Covering topics ranging from using video to bolster your brand to mobile strategies that really work, the educational sessions at The Future of Marketing on March 23 promise to offer practical strategic information for businesses to improve their marketing efforts. Registration closes Monday!
Learn more and register for The Future of Marketing here.
Heritage Museums & Gardens announces an "Up Close and Personal" 2017 season
Imagine having a concierge-style tour of expansive gardens and exceptional exhibits, the opportunity not only to see a classic automobile, but actually to ride in it, to take classes with art experts, and to have exclusive after-hours access to a great exhibit and food truck cuisine. These and other experiences are available to visitors during the 2017 season at Heritage Museums & Gardens. Read more here.
Only 2 weeks left to submit 40 Under 40 Awards nominations
The nomination period for the 2017 Cape & Plymouth Business 40 Under 40 Awards closes April 3, so get your nominations in! The awards honor distinguished businesspeople under the age of 40. This program spotlights the region's top young business leaders who excel in their industry and show dynamic leadership.
Click here for the criteria and nomination form.
Homeowners insurance coverage from a restoration perspective
By Steve Jenney Having worked as a restoration professional and as an insurance adjuster for the past 30 years, I have seen the industry change with regard to insurance coverage. Homeowners still have fires, they incur water damage from all sorts of avenues, homes get vandalized, and we still have major storms happen throughout the year. The emergency response and cleanup, as well as the required repairs due to these perils, has changed a little with modern technology but the end is the same − putting your house back to a home. Read the full article here.
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