social media work

You’ve thought about what social networks to use for your business or nonprofit, and you’re ready to take the next step. Where do you go from there? Join Aaron Wesley Means on April 24th as he gives you a closer look at the popular social media networks – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+. He’ll show you the benefits of using each, how other organizations are marketing with them, and some dos and don’ts of each channel. You’ll also get tips on how to tell if your social media activity is working. Core concepts introduced include: A closer look at the 5 most popular social networks: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest. Within each network: 1. How to tell if it’s right for your business 2. What kind of content to create and post 3. Etiquette 4. How to tell if your content is working 5. Suggestions on what to do next Why social media & email marketing must be used together This workshop is ideal for the beginner to comfortable small business marketer who is looking to build their marketing knowledge or to reinforce what they already know.

Tuesday, April 24th from 9 - 11 am

Henderson County Chamber of Commerce

204 Kanuga Road, Hendersonville, NC 28739


$10 for Chamber members

$25 for non members

Registration and prepayment are required

The 2018 Chamber Seminar Series is presented by:

First Citizens 2014

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The Value of Arts in Henderson County

Tuesday, March 27 from 11:30 am - 1 pm

Blue Ridge Community College Conference Hall

180 W. Campus Drive, Flat Rock

  • Join your fellow Vision Henderson County Alumni and hear about the value of the arts community in Henderson County from the organizations that provide the entertainment
  • Network with Alumni of the Vision Henderson County and Leadership Henderson classes
  • Bring $$$ for the Raffle Basket - all funds raised support the John L. Boyd Tuition Assistance Endowment
  • Cost for lunch, catered by Panera Bread, is $15/pp.

Registration and prepayment is required.

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Join a team of attorneys from The Van Winkle Law Firm for an in-depth review of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and what it means for businesses and business owners. These changes will affect each business differently depending on size, structure and industry. Learn the steps you can take to maximize the benefits and minimize any negative effects.

Wednesday, February 28th from 9 - 11 am

Chamber Headquarters

204 Kanuga Road

Hendersonville, NC 28739


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This presentation is being provided as a benefit to clients of The Van Winkle Law Firm but is open to the general public at no charge while space is available.

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Coffee and breakfast provided

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Please register with The Van Winkle Law Firm by

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The 2018 Chamber Seminar Series is presented by:

First Citizens 2014

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Legislative Breakfast - March 2nd

Sierra Nevada Brewery Taproom

100 Sierra Nevada Way, Mills River

Registration 8 am

Breakfast 8:30 am

Hear from:

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State Senator State Representative State Representative

Cost to attend: $30 per person or $240 for a reserved table of 8.

Registration and prepayment required. Call 828-692-1413 or email today.

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Friday, March 9 ~ 8:30 - 10 am

Chamber Headquarters

204 Kanuga Rd., Hendersonville

What can an employer learn from today’s explosive headlines about sexual harassment? Have the rules changed? What happens when HR fails on sexual harassment? What can an employer do now to prevent being a headline?

Understanding the rules around sexual harassment in a quickly evolving work environment is crucial. This seminar will look at:

  • Has the landscape changed?
  • What does zero tolerance mean?
  • What IS sexual harassment?
  • What IS NOT sexual harassment?
  • What lessons can be learned from today’s headlines?

Cost to attend is $10/pp for Chamber members, $25/pp for non-members.

Registration is required. Click here.

Presented by:

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The 2018 Chamber Seminar Series is sponsored by:

First Citizens 2014


Did you have a successful 2017?

Has your business experienced sustainable growth?

Have you seen a consistent improvement in your financial bottom line?


Nominations are being accepted for the

Blue Ridge Business Growth & Rising Star Awards

The Blue Ridge Business Growth Awards (companies in business over 3 years) and Rising Star Awards (companies in business less than 3 years) will to be presented at a reception on Monday, April 30(Small Business Week) to Chamber member businesses that experienced growth in 2017. Through quality management, inventiveness, old fashioned hard work and courage, they have grown their business. Companies can be recognized for employment growth, revenue growth or a combination.

Download a nomination form today. Deadline is April 6th.



The 2018 Growth Awards are presented by:

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Tuesday, March 6 @ 5:30 pm

NC Army National Guard - 2025 Spartanburg Hwy. - East Flat Rock

Teams of 4 compete in three rounds of Q&A with questions including pop trivia, local trivia, educational trivia and more! $150 per team of 4.


Proceeds from the Trivia Challenge support the Workforce Development Division and Education efforts of the Henderson County Chamber of Commerce some of which are listed above.

Need more info: call Hoyle Adams at the Chamber - 828-692-1413.

The 2018 Chamber Trivia Challenge is presented by:

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