Megan Totka suggests that virtual reality and augmented reality have and will continue to have a place going forward including in small business. See what she says here about ways small business can take advantage of these “realities.”
“The Library’s Job Club welcomes job seekers and career changers. Topic: Be Confident…Land the Job with speaker Alison Henderson, Moving Image Consultant. Gain tips for creating your best and most confident first impression and learn secrets for landing your dream job. Network, share and learn from guest speakers in a friendly and helpful atmosphere. Bring your lunch.” Registration is requested.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
12:00 NOON-1:30 PM
Large Meeting Room
Business Source Premier, a popular business research database, features the full text for more than 2,200 journals. Full text is provided back to 1965, and searchable cited references back to 1998.
Take a look at this online resource, here, with your Plainfield library card and find out information on:
Market Research Reports
You can find this on the library’s web page, here.
Every day, new businesses, no matter their size, are enthusiastically welcomed to the The Plainfield Area Chamber of Commerce. This entree offers valuable benefits, connections and opportunities to every organization that joins. Take a look here and see what the Plainfield Area Chamber of Commerce offers. If you live in another community, be sure to check out your specific Chamber of Commerce. It might be a valuable connection.
Mike Schultz says a study showed that these are some ways to help you be very productive. We can’t all do all of them but we can certainly do some of them. Take a look here to see what Mike Schultz says. You’ll probably find you are already doing some of these.
“The Plainfield Business Evolution Center reflects the Village’s continued commitment to creating a business friendly environment and the necessary infrastructure for businesses to grow. The business center is located at the Village Hall and contains approximately 4,000 square feet and provides new and home-based businesses with the opportunity to utilize office space. Included in a nominal fee is dedicated cubicle space, phone service, high speed internet, a copier, and access to a conference room.” For more information, please visit the Village website or contact the Village of Plainfield Planning Department at (815) 439-2824.
It hardly seems right but it’s time to get in the holiday spirit. And get in on hiring seasonal workers who can help meet the holiday push. You can’t afford to wait and let other companies grab good talent. Click here and see what Jessica Stillman says.