Puyallup Main Street Hosts “New Rules of Small Business” Workshop After Pandemic Delay
What was supposed to happen in 2020, finally happened on October 5 with business owners from the City of Puyallup, Main Street Directors from multiple downtowns, and business owners from all over the State of Washington joining me for my “New Rules of Small Business Success” 1-day, in-person workshop.
There aren’t a lot of in-person conferences right now, but this one was successful thanks to the Puyallup Main Street Program and the help of multiple sponsors, including the City of Puyallup.
What was also extraordinary about this event was the attendance from multiple groups and individuals in the City who came together for this event.
This workshop, delayed because of the pandemic, was a great example of what can occur when a community wants to help their local businesses.
In attendance were independent business owners, new start-up entrepreneurs, and several independent Farmer’s Market vendors who now have the ability to expand their products and services to a much larger audience, now that they know more about making their businesses a Destination.
These photos were taken by Kerry Yanasak, the Executive Director of the Puyallup Main Street Program, and others who were in attendance. What a great venue to speak in.
If your community would like to sponsor a similar event and help your local business owners, just give me a call.
Thanks again to Kerry and others for making this happen, and for these great photos.