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Learn ‘3 Smart Ways to Decrease Business Costs in 2021’ at Third Thursday Business Builder

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On Thursday, January 21, join the Augusta Metro Chamber and panelists from Corsica Technologies, Blanchard & Calhoun Insurance Agency and SME CPAs to learn smart solutions to decrease your business costs and position yourself toward success in the new year.  The Chamber’s Third Thursday Business Builder focusing on ‘3 Smart Ways to Decrease Business Costs in 2021’ will be held at Sizemore Inc. State of the Art Training Room (2003 Gordon Hwy). 

 

Butch Holley, Account Executive with Corsica Technologies, will outline the case for technology maintenance contracts, saving even small businesses the challenge of hourly rates and getting dependable maintenance.  Butch holds a BBA in Management from Brenau University and is an experienced B2B Account Manager with a 25+ year history of working in the sales and services arena.  In his role with Corsica Technologies, Butch has a focused knowledge base on Cybersecurity, Foundational IT Services, CMMC Compliance & Digital Transformation Services.

 

Robbie Moore, Executive Vice President/Account Executive of Blanchard & Calhoun Insurance Agency, will present on the Drugs Don't Work program and the ways you can save money on workers compensation insurance.  Robbie has been with Blanchard & Calhoun Insurance Agency for 17 years.  He graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Risk Management & Insurance, and currently serves on the Trusted Choice Board of Directors for the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America.

 

Sharon Blitch, CFO Services Manager with Serotta Maddocks Evans CPAs, will advise on how to use accounting technology, such as QBO Intuit, to manage receivables and pay expenses without having to go to the post office, for example.  Sharon received her BBA in Accounting from Augusta University.  She specializes in accounting system analysis, process streamlining, advanced reporting, and holds a QuickBooks Pro Advisor Certification for Desktop, Online and Point of Sale.

 

Both in-person and virtual attendance options are available.  Seating is limited to a maximum room capacity allowed per CDC social distancing guidelines.  Due to limited space, please limit to (1) representative per company.  Boxed lunches will be provided by Jason's Deli.  Advanced registration is required at AugustaMetroChamber.com.  Attendance is complimentary for Chamber members, $15 for prospective members.  Registration deadline is Monday, January 18.

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Third Thursday Business Builder seminar series provides topical intelligence on key issues for businesses.  Local industry experts present relevant information on topics important to successful business operations and growth.

 

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