ChamberMaster Q&A with John & Greg

ChamberMaster Q&A with John & Greg

Want to get your business more visible on our website? Want to be sure that your team gets the latest updates from Business Partners? Want to share your business’s events on our site? We have an easy tool for that! 
 
By accessing your Member Information Center--provided by a service called ChamberMaster--you can amp up your business listing on our website, connect with other members, register for Chamber events, pay invoices, as well as post and view member-to-member discounts, events, and news. As a reminder, you can click here to access your account.  If you do not have a username/password set-up for your account, or need a reminder on your password – please reach out to Greg Carroll or John Blick for assistance. 
 
This Tech Tuesday, we wanted to share with you a few online webinars to help you make the most of your Chamber membership (available to watch at your leisure):   
How To Update Your Company Profile
Learn how to update your company information, including logos and contact details.
 
How To Manage and Use Events
Learn how to use, manage, submit, and register for events.

How To Update Your Staff
Learn how to update your staff who receive our communications, adding new staff and deactivating staff.

How To Pay Bills Online
You can earn how to pay open invoices online.

And more topics available here (scroll down to “Training for Members” section). 

 
OPEN OFFICE HOURS WITH JOHN & GREG
Topic: ChamberMaster Q&A with John & Greg
Time: Apr 21, 2020 11:30 AM 
Email Greg Carroll at greg[email protected] for the Zoom details.  


 

Details

Date/Time April 21 2020, 11:30am - 12:30pm
AdmissionFREE

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