Four upcoming seminars will be held as the result of a partnership with the Alameda County Small Business Development Center, City of Hayward, and the Hayward Chamber of Commerce. Each event will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in conference room 2A at Hayward City Hall, 777 B St.
- April 26: Business Law for Entrepreneurs, held in conjunction with the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights.
- May 24: Advanced Social Media for Your Business, participants should bring an electronic device.
- June 28: Getting Certified and Doing Business With the Government, reviews certification needed
- July 26: Starting and Growing Successful Consulting Businesses, for solo professionals.
April 4: Chamber Ambassadors luncheon, noon, location TBA
April 7: Government Relations Council
April 12: "Tea With Tina" for new members, 3 p.m. at chamber office, RSVP
April 19: Leadership Hayward, Session 6, location TBA
April 20: Hayward Nonprofit Alliance, 10 a.m., Hayward Area Historical Society, 22380 Foothill
April 20: Hayward and Castro Valley Chamber Mixer at Rowell Ranch Rodeo, 5-7 p.m.
April 26: "Business Law for Entrepreneurs," 6:30-8:30 p.m. w/ SBDC, City of Hayward, 777 B St.
April 27: Chamber Board of Directors
April 28: Latino Business Roundtable, 8:30 a.m., St. Rose Hospital
And save this date:
May 18: Our next international trade luncheon, featuring Commercial Counselor Yihang Yang from the People’s Republic of China. Golden Peacock Restaurant and Banquet Hall. Sponsors to include the US Department of Commerce and the US Commercial Service.
Surging growth of the biomedical industry in the East Bay - in Hayward in particular - and how companies can learn about opportunities and develop partnerships will be the focus of a free workshop from 10 a.m. to noon on Thursday, March 30 at Hayward City Hall, 777 B St. Signups can be made HERE.
The event is co-hosted by the Biomedical Manufacturing Network, the Hayward Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Hayward.
Additional support comes from Baxter International; the Eden Area ROP; the STEM Institute at California State University, East Bay; The California Life Sciences Association; and Biocom. The latter two organizations are networks with hundreds of California life science industry leaders.