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Small business summit was a success

Editor:

I am pleased to announce that Senator Gallivan’s Business Summit with speaker Frank Swiatek, sponsored by the Springville Area Chamber of Commerce, was a success.

Springville Chamber members, as well as representatives from Springville-Griffith Institute High School, Arcade, Eden, Ellicottville and Gowanda chambers were in attendance. Senator Gallivan shared with us his personal experiences as a small business owner and informed us of what is currently being done in Albany to help businesses, including initiatives that are part of the just- adopted state budget. Swiatek educated all on high-impact ideas to grow your business – what businesses can do for themselves.

A wealth of information was presented in a step-by-step format. A question and answer /networking session concluded the event.

The venue provided by the Springville Country Club was ideal and the continental breakfast was delicious, thank you. Thanks also to Springville-Griffith Institute High School Technology/Media Department for providing and setting up the equipment necessary to make this event happen.

Springville’s Chamber continues to grow its list of workshops and seminars to help its area businesses maximize their potential, making success a reality. If you would like to become a member of the Springville Area Chamber of Commerce, a membership application is available on our website: www.springvillechamber. com or at the Chamber office located at 23 North Buffalo St., in the Lucy Bensley Building. If you have any questions, feel free to call me at 716.592.4746.

Springville Area Chamber of Commerce is on the go and on the grow !

Marsha Reding

Executive Director
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