Mutual Business Matters - Winter Enewsletter
Check out our winter edition of Mutual Business Matters about the Bank's business partnership with Northeast Horticultural Services, the merits and methods of financial forecasting, an upcoming Small Business Series, tips on making a business cyber-ready, and an article on Miria Gray, Community Educator.
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Lending for Growth with Northeast Horticultural Services
Two years in to owning a business, Stacey Marcell exceeded $1 million in revenues and was continuing to grow. As she continued to take on larger state and municipal contracts, she knew she needed to partner with a bank who could respond to her financial needs and believed in her as well. Read more.
Benefits of Business Banking: Financial Forecasting: The What, The Why and the How
Check out why financial forecasting is a critical step in planning for a healthy business and learn a few tips on how to get started. Learn more.
News You Can Use: Cultivating Great Business Series
We're teaming up with NCDC to deliver a small business program for aspiring and established entrepreneurs. Join us to learn the basics of starting and running a successful business, including how to develop a business plan, financial considerations, time management, and more. Classes meet on Tuesday evenings, February 25 - April 14, at Foundry 66 in Norwich. More info and registration here.
Small Business Corner: Be Cyber Ready
The Department of Homeland Security breaks down the most important elements of making a business cyber-ready and considerations to make for each category in terms of training, awareness, protections, access, back-ups, resumption and more. View the guide.
Get to Know Us: Meet Miria Gray, Community Educator
Miria has developed several programs for our business community, everything from seminars and social media for business workshops, to benefits for employees like Bank at Work and an e-learning channel. Get to Know Miria.