Monday, December 28, 2020
Chamber Updates
Morning Mixer
Wednesday, January 6 , 8-9 a.m.

Start your new year of networking with the Chamber's Monthly Morning Mixer, Sponsored by First Seacoast Bank!

Join us virtually for 1 hour of fast paced speed networking. The program starts promptly at 8 am so participants can be on their way no later than 9 am. 

Participants are invited to share a "fast fact" in the registration notes to be shared with the group during the networking program. This "fast fact" will be shared while the breakout rooms are being shuffled. This fast fact can be about yourself, your business, or just some fun fact you think the group will enjoy. You must be present to have your fast fact shared. No registration limit! With the virtual platform we are able to accommodate more participants. Chamber members who bring their not-yet chamber member friends fees will be waived. 

For more information contact Melissa at Melissa@dovernh.org
Understanding the Impact of the Wayfair Decision on NH Businesses
January 12, 2021 – 10:30 a.m.

Join state and local tax specialists from Baker Newman Noyes for a virtual event, during which you will learn about the Wayfair ruling and how it impacts your business and what you should be doing now. Attendees will hear from Michele Cota from U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen's office about federal activities and efforts related to the Wayfair decision.
Winter Wonderland Networking Event
Tuesday, January 19, 4-5 p.m.

Join the Chamber for a fun winter wonderland networking event. The Chamber staff are working on a great winter themed networking event- stay tuned for more details!

Interested in hosting? Please email Melissa@dovernh.org
Community Rescources
Dover, New Hampshire - Pride of Place

Business View Magazine interviews Dan Barufaldi, Director of Economic Development in Dover, NH, as part of their focus on best practices of American cities.

Growth and innovation continue in Dover, today. Ever-evolving, it keeps abreast of the latest trends and technologies for its almost 34,000 residents; many of whom are young professionals. “We want to plan for the next several decades so that we don’t have a geriatric or gentrified community,” says Dover’s Economic Development Director, Dan Barufaldi. “We want to continue to grow jobs and bring people here.”

Is Your Business Seacoast Safe?

Demonstrate your ongoing commitment to the health and safety of the community and let people know you are taking all the recommended steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by taking the SEACOAST SAFE Pledge- an initiative of the Seacoast Chamber Alliance.

Click here to see the Dover Chamber members who have take the pledge so far.
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