Sharing Our Thoughts on Creating a Better Community
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Six Changes for Businesses During COVID That Are Here to Stay

COVID has been with us for almost one year and businesses are still figuring out what customers want. As COVID vaccinations become more prevalent and restrictions begin to ease, businesses will certainly be tempted to pay less attention to the health and safety of their customers. But data shows that consumers expect many of the efforts that businesses have put forth to stick around if they are to renew their economic activity. This month's guest post by Christina Metcalf highlights a few of the areas that

Jason Camis

Wednesday, January 6, 2021
What Seeds Will You Plant in 2021?

There's always time to reflect on the past year, but there's never a day as important as TODAY to look to the future. What seeds will you plant today that you'll look back upon in 2022?

Jason Camis

Wednesday, November 18, 2020
And The Data Says...

Consumer confidence is still lagging, but there are bright spots too. Business owners should pay attention to how they can make consumers feel safer when seeking out shopping experiences this holiday season.

Jason Camis

Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Johnson County CARES Small Business Grants Applications Open November 4th at 10:00am

$10,000 grants from CARES Act funding allocated to Johnson County will be available starting next week. Applications will be accepted beginning November 4, 2020 at 10:00am.

Jason Camis

Tuesday, September 1, 2020
COVID decision making insight from Olathe Health CEO Stan Holm

Hear directly from a healthcare CEO about how their hospital has tackled the challenges that the COVID pandemic has brought.

Jason Camis

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