The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce Announces the First Program at the Business Development Center
ELLENSBURG, WA – June 10, 2020 - The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the establishment of our Business Development Center (BDC). Located at 216 North Pennsylvania Avenue in Cle Elum, this unique resource will provide counseling services for businesses in all stages of development, workshops, classes, networking events and more.
The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce is launching its first program at the BDC with Dreamweaver Consulting. Chief Dreamer Crystal Church is providing an intimate 6-month program for five women through business exploration, time bending, marketing strategies and outreach. Each week, the participants will receive pieces of knowledge surrounding business development to help pivot their business to success. If you are interested in shifting your business and life in a positive direction, this program is right for you. This 6-month in depth program is $200 per month and allows five women in business to join. Registration is open from June 10 at 7 p.m. to June 22 with the program set to start on June 29. Please register at kittitascountychamber.com/business-development-center/. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.
The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce will be having a grand opening of the BDC at a later date. For more information about the BDC or the Dreamweaver Consulting Women in Business Adventure, please email the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce CEO Amy McGuffin at email@example.com.
About the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce: The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce is the largest business support and development organization in Kittitas County, and one of the largest in Central Washington. With just over 500 members representing every business sector, the Chamber and its committees oversee county-wide tourism promotion and economic development initiatives and a range of business support tools including publications, web services, seminars and even leadership development for a new generation.
Emily Masseth, Communications Manager