1. Resources for Workers & Small Business
State and local governments and many large businesses are stepping up to provide assistance to impacted workers and businesses.
The Governor's office has provided a list of state resources to be aware of. We'll break down all the ways government and the private sector are helping those impacted by COVID-19 in a special 5 Things later this week.
2. Social Distancing (for Now)
Due to the public health situation regarding the coronavirus, we have made the decision to postpone the March 11 and 18 Morning Business Builders and the March 19 Bellevue Chamber Lunch. Our May events are still scheduled and we look forward to rescheduling our March speakers for the fall.
3. Chamber Committees
There is no higher purpose for the Bellevue Chamber than to serve as the convener for important community conversations. Whether you're interested in networking, event planning, policy, leadership, or community service, we have a place for you to serve and belong.
Each of our committees are also available through video conference, so you can still be engaged even under quarantine!
4. Time to Shine
Do you know an individual or company that deserves recognition for their impact on the community, their corporate culture, or their successes in business? Nominate them for the Bellevue Chamber Awards! May 12 at Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi. Space is limited so nominate today and get ready to sign up when registration opens!
5. Show Us What You Got
May 7 | 4:00 - 7:00 pm
Discover new business opportunities and showcase your products and services to the community at the 2020 Eastside Business Expo co-hosted by OneRedmond, the Bellevue Chamber, and the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce.
Member Exhibitor: $300* | Non-Member Exhibitor: $500
*OneRedmond, Bellevue Chamber, and Greater Kirkland Chamber Members: contact your Chamber for a member discount promo code before registering