The WSCC Chamber places importance in providing educational resources for our members to help improve their businesses and personal growth.
Monthly Topic Resources & Weblinks
January - Customer Service
The goal of a business is to get more customers and the best way to do that is to give your customers the best experience possible. Learn about the top 5 key elements needed to map successfully the customers journey.
Click here for more details: https://blog.exitbee.com/business-needs-focus-customer-journey-sales/
February - Marketing Powerfully
March - Social Media Strategies
Did you know that Facebook Lives draw the most attention from your audience? Are you have trouble creating a successful Facebook Live? We have some tips & tricks to help!
Click here for more details: https://blogs.constantcontact.com/facebook-live/
Need help setting up a complete and successful business pages on various social media platforms? Click the buttons below to download checklist for LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
April - Value of Diversity in Business
May - Networking Successfully
June - Communicating Effectively & Confidently
July - Developing Leadership Skills
August - Hiring & Retaining The Best People
September - Attracting Your Ideal Client
October - Advantages of Partnering
November - Working with Invisible Disabilities (attitude, negativity, stress, etc.)
December - Taking Charge of the Workday (organization, time management, etc.)
2021 Missouri Legislative Agenda
EDC & Local Economy Update (Feb. 2021)
With Guest Speaker: Scott Drachnik, the President/CEO of the St. Charles County Economic Development Center.
Economic Development Council of St. Charles County (EDC) mission is “to be a catalyst fostering growth so businesses, institutions, communities, and individuals succeed and flourish in St. Charles County and metro St. Louis.” As a non-governmental, 501(c)(4) public-private partnership, the EDC annual budget is approximately $2 million, with less than 10% coming from local government support.
Missouri Intern Connect exists to build a bridge between employers and tomorrow’s workforce. Established by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 2018, this service helps Missouri students gain valuable career experience while simultaneously giving employers better access to the talent they need for tomorrow’s economy.
Missouri Intern Connect is a product of the Missouri Chamber’s Missouri 2030 strategic initiative. The research behind Missouri 2030 uncovered that workforce was one of the main concerns for our state’s employers — many organizations were struggling to find the talented workers they needed. In addition, the state overall was experiencing a troubling trend: Many young workers were choosing to leave Missouri for opportunities elsewhere.
Missouri Intern Connect addresses these issues by providing an easy way for students to connect with valuable internship experiences inside Missouri. These experiences give young people a connection to employers and lead to job opportunities which provide a powerful incentive to stay in Missouri.
Missouri InterConnect – https://www.mointernconnect.com/
SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, is dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals. Since 1964, they have provided education and mentorship to more than 11 million entrepreneurs.
SCORE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Thanks to this generous support from the SBA and because of the selfless contributions of our more than 10,000 dedicated volunteers, they are able to deliver most of our offerings at no cost. Every year, SCORE volunteers help thousands of entrepreneurs starts small businesses and achieve new levels of success in their existing businesses.
SCORE – www.score.org
SCORE WORKSHOPS – Take a Workshop | SCORE
Welcome to the St. Charles County Department of Workforce & Business Development, operator of the Missouri Job Center of St. Charles County. They have help people find jobs and companies find people! Their department has successfully administered employment and training programs since 1972 through funding provided by the Missouri Division of Workforce Development and the U.S. Department of Labor, and now provides important services to job-seekers and area businesses in accordance with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014.
St. Charles County Workforce Development – https://www.sccmo.org/163/Workforce-Business-Developmentwww.score.org
Attention, Wentzville business owners! In 2021, The Biz will take flight under a new title as The Buzz. This new eNewsletter will offer economic development updates, helpful business tips, marketing resources and more! Please note: This will be a virtual newsletter, so hardcopies will not be available.
The Buzz Newsletter – www.wentzvillemo.gov/newsletters