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TekDoc’s Tips on Utilizing Microsoft Teams

By Nora Cronin | March 31, 2020 |

Online CARES Act Application through Hub Financing, LLC

By Nora Cronin | March 31, 2020 |

Below is a letter from Chris Sava of Hub Financing: Businesses can submit their information and upload required documents through a secure online portal with my partner, South End Capital.  Here is the link: CARES Act SBA 7(a) Relief Loan Online Application The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act in the Senate (the “CARES Act”)…

Anna Jaques Seeks Community Support

By Nora Cronin | March 30, 2020 |

Below is a letter from Mary Williamson, Vice President of Development at Anna Jaques Hospital. AJH has significant need for personal protection equipment (PPE) as a result of world-wide shortages and prolonged demand as we meet the COVID-19 pandemic. If you or your business has unopened and unused items on the list below, please email Mary…

A Letter From The Daily News

By Nora Cronin | March 25, 2020 |

Dear Newburyport Chamber colleagues, We are all dealing with a public health and economic crisis — the dimensions of which we have never experienced before. The coronavirus has us all on edge. Rest assured, however, that your hometown journalists at The Daily News are hard at work to provide you with reliable, timely information during…

Schooley Mitchell

By Nora Cronin | March 24, 2020 |

Are you concerned with the financial impact that the coronavirus and economic uncertainty are having on your business? Then we suggest you speak with Newburyport Chamber member T.D. Thompson- managing partner of the Boston-based firm Schooley Mitchell. Schooley Mitchell has 130 offices across North America and have over 20,000 business clients. Schooley Mitchell provides a…

Creative Ways to Keep Business Strong through Social Distancing

By Bonnie Zappacosta | March 15, 2020 |

If we look up when we are down, sometimes opportunities appear we didn’t see before. Like many times in the past, the human spirit has shown that in the wake of challenge or tragedy, it is fiercely resilient. There are always those who will choose community over self. Those who will help a neighbor or…

Port People: Meet Chef Nick and Meghann, Co-Owners of Kitchen to Aisle

By Bonnie Zappacosta | March 14, 2020 |

In just three years of being in business, Kitchen to Aisle Catering + Events is already making waves in the industry with a shiny new Best of North Shore Magazine 2020 Readers Choice Award for Best Rehearsal Dinner. The Chamber interviewed experienced co-owners North Shore Executive Chef Nicholas Peters Bond and Director of Events Meghann…

The largest ancestry group in Massachusetts…

By Bonnie Zappacosta | March 8, 2020 |

The largest ancestry group in Massachusetts is the luck of the Irish! According to the US Census Bureau, 21.5% of the total population in Massachusetts is of Irish decent. That’s about 1.5 million people. In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, we’ve put together the best of all-things-Irish in Newburyport so everyone can revel in…

And the Winners are…

By Bonnie Zappacosta | March 1, 2020 |

The Chamber Pot raffle was a huge SUCCESS! Last Wednesday, there were many happy winners leaving with their pockets a little heavier that night! The Chamber would like to especially thank Brick & Ash, Mayor Holaday, and all of the ticket sellers for making it another memorable Chamber tradition and celebration. And without further ado,…

Port People: Meet Julian and Camille, Juharo Productions

By Bonnie Zappacosta | February 16, 2020 |

Almost any type of business can benefit from video marketing—it’s engaging, shareworthy, and tells a story. In today’s digital world, video is a frontrunner in content marketing, and Juharo Productions has been producing quality content since following their passions for video and film four years ago. Julian and Camille share more about their business in…

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