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Chamber Members Gain Access to World-Class Business Training and Mentoring
Sarasota, Florida: Training for Entrepreneurs.com (TFE), a web-based entrepreneurial Business Resource and Learning Center, is pleased to announce today the formation of a Business Support Alliance with Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce, an organization of more than 800 members located in Decatur, Ala.
The TFE Decatur-Morgan County Chamber Alliance grants its Chamber member businesses instant access to an ever-growing portfolio of business resources, expert support, and comprehensive training via the complimentary Lifetime TFE Select Chamber Membership:
"We're thrilled to be joining forces with the Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce for the purpose of helping entrepreneurial-minded individuals gain greater access to business soft skills training, virtual mentoring programs, and workforce training seminars via the TFE online portal," states Terry H. Hill, Co-Founder and the Chief Business Mentor of Training for Entreprenurs.com. "The Alliance, between the Decatur-Morgan County Chamber and TFE, becomes the catalyst for stimulating, encouraging, and supporting entrepreneurial business growth and prosperity within Decatur and the surrounding Morgan County area."
Open enrollment begins April 30th for Decatur-Morgan County Chamber Members. Members must register for their complimentary Lifetime TFE Select Chamber Membership and must activate their online membership at http://www.trainingforentrepreneurs.com/select-chamber-registration. Members are then able to access free content and member training discounts provided by the TFE Decatur-Morgan County Chamber Alliance.
The TFE Chamber Alliance is a business support organization that provides an additional donation revenue stream to local Chambers of Commerce. Not only does the TFE Chamber Alliance enable the Chamber to better retain its current membership, but it also helps to increase new-member acquisitions. Chamber executives who are interested in learning more about TFE Chamber Alliance Opportunity can visit http://www.trainingforentrepreneurs.com/tfe-chamber-alliance-program
TFE is a knowledge and relationship development web portal that serves the world-wide web in three primary areas: Facilitators of a web-based entrepreneurial development community, Creators & Publishers of educational content for small and medium-sized businesses, and Trainers & Mentors of live online Soft Skills Workshops, live Virtual Mentoring Programs, and live onsite Workforce Training Seminars. For more information, call 941-556-1299 or visit Training for Entrepreneurs.com
The Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization promoting business and commerce for the Decatur-Morgan County area through volunteer leadership in economic, political, and social development. For more information on this or any Chamber initiative, call (256) 353-5312 or visit www.dcc.org.
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