Riverside Chamber ensures local professionals have options

May 25, 2012 by  

Even after the “Economics of Green: Funding Efficiency in the Inland Empire” and the “Small Business Resource Expo,” there are still going to be a lot of active events catering to the interests of Riverside professionals. Whether looking to attend a program like “Business in Action” or to show support for an upcoming grand opening, there are a variety of options available.

In light of the concerns associated with the environment and being more resource-efficient, many people have taken to the use of clean energy. Interestingly enough, businesses have also been getting on board with the movement in recent times. Formed through the efforts of WRCOG, the newly launched PACE financing program is the first private attempt at providing efficiency incentives in California. From 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm on May 23, Rick Bishop, WRCOG’s Executive Director, discussed the progress being made in this area.

Although there are some individuals who weren’t able to attend that one, the Riverside Chamber of Commerce still has plenty going on. For the members who have already contacted printing companies about various printing services ahead of today’s Small Business Resource Expo, this can only be seen as good news.

With two Business in Action meet-ups being held between May 30 and June 6, as well as West Dermatology’s Grand Opening on May 31, the chance to network while learning and showing support is definitely there. With both early morning and evening options, people can easily plan according to their own schedules as well.

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