Port Hardy, B.C. - Following is a note from Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce Executive Director and business advocate Elizabeth Aman-Hume on the "DER3 Program" and opportunities they are working on for their - and all - businesses on the North Island with free access to Chamber Members.
"Dear Chamber Members,
Does your business need help with navigating the online world of possibilities? Do you know you want/need to do this but you don’t have a clear starting point?
We get it! Technology and navigating the digital space can feel overwhelming for a lot of us, and digital transformation doesn’t happen overnight. “Getting Digital” may be one of the only ways for businesses to survive during these times. Going “online” is about far more than creating a website; it’s about harnessing the power of technology to help your business succeed in new and more digital ways.
Join Innovation Island’s Jennifer Hufnagel and Janet Bonaguro who will tell you all about the ‘Digital Economy Response Program‘ – DER3 which helps connect small and medium sized businesses who want to enter or expand into the “Digital Economy."
I encourage you to join us for this session. DER3 is a free program and it really helps. I have signed up for the Chamber and I am already seeing results and wishing I had done it sooner! Free registration is available to all businesses, you do not have to be a Chamber member to come to the session or to benefit from this program.
Please register to receive the meeting link.
I hope to see you there.
Elizabeth Aman-Hume, Executive Director
Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce