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Q: I would like to offer an exclusive discount to fellow Chamber members, is there an easy way to share this information? A: Short answer…YES! Utilizing the Chamber Member to Member Deal is one of the several ways to maximize your Chamber membership within our portal called the ‘Member Information Center‘ or “MIC“. The Bemidji…

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Q: How do I upload a job posting showcased on www.bemidji.org? A: Glad you asked! Utilizing the Chamber job posting module is one of the several ways to maximize your Chamber membership within our portal called the ‘Member Information Center’ or “MIC”. Start by logging into the Member Information Center, or MIC Next, select Job…

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Q: How Do I reserve a Member Spotlight? A: Great question! We appreciate your membership and support of the Bemidji Area Chamber. The Member Spotlight is an exclusive opportunity for members to promote their business utilizing our E-Newsletter as well as the chamber’s social media pages. This new opportunity features up to 200 words, up…

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Q: I received a billing statement from the Chamber, can I pay online? A: Thank you for asking! We appreciate your membership and support of the Bemidji Area Chamber! As with most aspects of membership, your business information, member benefits, and account maintenance can be updated in the Member Information Center. At the bottom of…

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Q: How do I create a Job Posting for my business on www.bemidji.org? A: Glad you asked! Benefits gained by being a Chamber member are available in many ways. Job postings are one of the several ways to maximize your Chamber membership within our portal called the ‘Member Information Center’ or “MIC”. By using the…

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Limited re-opening of dine-in restaurants, gyms, and entertainment venues can begin on Wednesday, June 10. Occupancy rates will be limited based on risk, with an overall occupancy maximum of 250 people. All critical businesses are required to develop and implement a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan by June 29, and the Department of Health (MDH), Department of…

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Article from DEED’s digital library Published on March 31, 2020 | Economic Development Article: https://mn.gov/deed/newscenter/press-releases/#/detail/appId/1/id/425890 Over the past few weeks, several state and federal programs have been built to assist small businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. Different programs make sense for different businesses, so we’re providing this summary guide to help small businesses quickly see…

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#1. Select a virtual conference tool that will work for your needs. Consider the cost, features (video, recording, screen sharing), ease of use and fit for your meeting types (e.g. the number of participants). Most popular methods: Zoom, Easy to set up, 100 participants, Free account allows 40 minute meeting time, Pro subscription $14.99 +…

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Recognizing that some employers and employees may still have questions even after reviewing the Governor’s executive order and CISA’s guidance, the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development has established a webpage devoted to the issue:  Business Exemptions You can also email questions to: CriticalSectors@state.mn.us. If your business doesn’t fall within one of the categories…

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