AUGUST 2018
Everything you need to know this month in business,
brought to you by the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce.
Upcoming Networking Events

Opportunities for Professional Development

August 2nd & 9th - Supervisory Training with Yakima County Development Association

August 15th - 4 Easy Steps to Setting Up your Business Website online webinar with Small Business Administration
Register early for the 2018 National Arts Marketing Project Conference

The 2018 National Arts Marketing Project Conference  this November in Seattle will give you the tools to make your work more effective and efficient. Discover new technologies and hone skills that will save you much-needed time. Learn innovative ways to target your marketing that don't require extra dollars. Make sure that you register by the Early-Bird deadline of August 24.
Private office available at Catalyst Co-Working in Cle Elum

Want to work in a beautiful fully furnished office space with a great downtown location? Catalyst Cle Elum has a private office opening right now! Catalyst exists to provide businesses with the tools they need to succeed. If you need a place to work, room to meet, or just a break from the ordinary grind, we are here for you.

We have what you're missing: Free High-Speed Internet, Copying/Printing Resources, Private Meeting Room, Free Locally Roasted Coffee, Furnished Work Spaces, Networking Events, and a Great Downtown Location. Email Gemma Koreski , Catalyst Manager, for more information or to book a tour! 
New Business Tools on the Chamber website

Have you seen our Business Tools & Resources page recently? It has plenty to help new A ND experienced business owners. Over 800 resources that are FREE for businesses to use.
Bite of the Burg vendor applications available now

Bite of the Burg is on Tuesday, September 18th, and vendor applications can be turned in to either Visitor Information Center. Don't miss this opportunity to introduce your business to over 2,000 new and returning CWU students! Chamber Members receive a discount!
How to hit the reset button on your business
Sometimes things just aren’t working, and you need to know why. Taking time to pause and reflect, will help you make better business decisions and help your business thrive. The age-old question most business owners have is how do I find the time to address the issues
This monthly newsletter is provided by the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce, and will share the latest business news and advice. Be sure to continue checking our weekly What's Happening for any business news needing to be shared before the next Business Bulletin .

Please send your feedback to Amy Kaiser, Director of Membership Services
membership@kittitascountychamber.com | 509-925-2002 | www.kittitascountychamber.com