Busy week for Somerville entrepreneurs

July 25, 2012 by  

Between the Microsoft workshop and the Multi-Chamber networking event coming up, it is clear that Somerville professionals will be closing the month out in style. With both of these events being hosted in Bridgewater through the Somerset County Business Partnership, it is also easy to see how local professionals will be able to interact with each other, picking up valuable information at the same time.

According to the calendar, the first of these meet-ups was the Microsoft Community Connections workshop that took place yesterday, July 24. Having begun shortly after noon at 12:30 pm and concluded roughly an hour later at 1:30 pm, this session was designed to help entrepreneurs and decision makers discover how Microsoft technology can be used to take their companies to the next level. Covering such subjects as Windows 8, as well as other technologies that have potentially far-reaching applications, the content promised to be excellent.

Being hosted through the combined efforts of Alpine Business Systems, Microsoft, and the SCBP Technology Interest Group, ‘Emerging Technologies’ made sure business professionals had all the necessary information to start making the most out of these products and services.

With a multi-chamber event being hosted tomorrow, July 26, Somerville business enthusiasts have a vested interest in being present. Beginning at 5:30 pm, members of the Hunterdon County, Morris County, and Middlesex Regional chambers are expected to join members of the Somerset County Business Partnership for a full night of informal networking.

Those planning to be at this one might consider contacting local print companies to discuss business card printing, as well as the production of other promotional materials.