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Throughout the year, White Lake is proud to host a range of fun and exciting community festivals as well as chamber of commerce events. From seasonal festivals like Pumpkinfest, to arts and culture events like the Free Summer Concert Series at the Montague Band Shell, these occasions bring together visitors, community members, businesses, and more.
To see what’s coming up this month in White Lake, check out our events calendar below. Narrow your search by selecting a specific category.
“Social Media Fostering Meaningful Online Relationships & Business”. JD Waldvogel, Digital Media Specialist for Coldwell Banker Schmidt Family of Companies, will discuss how to make sure your content and advertisements have a specific focus, drive leads and business, and help you stand out from the rest.
Join us at the White Lake Community Library from 8:30 – 10 am. Registration is $5 for Chamber members and $10 for non-members.
Register Here: Registration Form
Additional Workshops to follow.
On Thursday, February 27 the topic of discussion will be “Cybersecurity Myths and Best Practices for Small to Medium Businesses”. Cybersecurity preparedness is a major obstacle facing businesses today. Attendees will learn about the nine most prevalent and dangerous cybersecurity myths for small to medium businesses and the ten cybersecurity best practices all businesses should employ. The session will be presented by Brent Raeth, Managing Partner at CatchMark Technologies.
“Customer Service” is a critical part of every business. It is a complete mindset of knowing what kind of experience you are giving your guests through your attitude, appearance, and communication skills. In this workshop on March 12, presenter Tom Hinman, Talent & Entrepreneur Development Coordinator at the Ludington and Scottville Area Chamber of Commerce, will address appearance, soft skills, communication, philosophy, and attitude that will help a business and its employees achieve the best possible customer experience.
Networking can be one of the most powerful and productive activities to manage your career. At the “Speed Networking” session on Thursday, March 26, participants will interact with others in a series of brief one-on-one exchanges to develop new business contacts and opportunities. Attendees are encouraged to bring business cards. The session will be led by Amy VanLoon, Executive Director of the White Lake Chamber of Commerce.
The final workshop on Thursday, April 26 entitled “The Agile Workforce” will teach participants how to navigate the complexity of our current workforce by developing an agile approach to maximize profit, engage team members, and attract top-rated talent. Presenter John Heiss is Chief Servant Officer at Training Direct LLC whose goal is to empower organizations to overcome workplace challenges and create positive change.
Coffee sponsor Biggby Coffee of Whitehall.