Florence, South Carolina 2021-09-15 05:31:35 –
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (WBTW) – National Small Business Week. In short, small businesses across the Grand Strand are celebrated all week long.
The week lasted until September 17, and the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce said it encouraged locals and visitors to make small purchases.
MBACC President and CEO Karen Riaudan said it’s not only a great opportunity to dine at your favorite local restaurant, but also a great opportunity to visit and support small businesses. rice field.
The Chamber of Commerce said it is also a way to help companies affected by the pandemic, as some companies continue to face labor shortages.
“Through 2020, and now for the eight months to 2021, it’s time to really celebrate all resilient SMEs, so it’s an opportunity to celebrate and thank them,” says Riodan. I did.
It’s also a way to help some people after the pandemic poses some challenges.
SMEs have demonstrated their ability to overcome the obstacles that pandemics may have brought to them, such as facing labor shortages, Riodan said. She said this week we can recognize their contribution to our economy and community. Especially during these difficult times.
“I’m amazed at how creative our business community is to find ways to care for ourselves and employees who work in two shifts. They’re exhausted and We are really working hard to provide good service to our customers, “Riodan said.
MBACC will host a program this morning called “Six Key Areas for Business Growth.” This free seminar will be livestreamed on the Chamber of Commerce Facebook page at 8:30 am. To register click here.
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