March 2019
Small Business Newsletter
Dear Subscriber,

Thank you for viewing the latest edition of the Dalton-Whitfield Small Business Newsletter. We hope this helps you locate the resources you need to develop and strengthen your small business. Please do not hesitate reaching out to us should you need anything!
Hanwha Q CELLS Dalton Facility Is Complete
Hanwha Q CELLS USA has announced the completion of its Dalton, Georgia, manufacturing facility. The facility is the largest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere with an annual module production capacity of 1.7 GW. The first delivery of Q.PEAK DUO L-G5 modules was recently executed after the Georgia factory commenced production on Feb. 1. A formal grand-opening ceremony will commence at a later date.
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GA Small Business Week
Join us to celebrate GA Small Business Week! Come network with other Chamber members and have some delicious tacos too!

Awesome door prizes will be sponsored by the Dalton-Whitfield County Joint Development Au t hority . The UGA Small Business Development Center in Rome will be there as a resource for any small business questions you may have.

Take Advantage of these FREE Opportunities...
Provided by SCORE
Marrch 27 : Marketing 101: Learn Business Building Strategies that Work

Do you ever find yourself saying "if only I had known?"  Our panel will share key decisions that should be avoided when starting or growing a business. Avoid learning the hard way, let our panel of experts teach you what things to steer-clear-of. 

April 12: Mini Business Plan- A Roadmap to Entrepreneurial Success

This workshop is your map to the various components of a successful business plan: Business Description, Management and Operations, Marketing and Sales, and Financial Projections.

Classes in Your Area...
Sponsored by the Small Business Development Center through UGA.
March 23: Business Planning Bootcamp | Atlanta
March 27: Starting a Business | Atlanta
March 29: Madhouse Marketing Series | Atlanta

3 Places to Find More Cash in Your Business
Is your business consistently profitable but somehow still tight on cash month after month? Do you find yourself continue to sell more and yet not having any more cash to show for it? If your company is profitable but your bank account is still coming up short, here are three places to examine.

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