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MACOMB BUSINESS
Planning and Economic Development

 

Local Partner Resources
 

 

New Macomb County wide campaign to help promote small businesses that are still open and what services they are providing or offering to the community during these unprecedented times.

Macomb County businesses can participate in Macomb is Open by completing this Google form.

Macomb is Open is a partnership between the local chambers including Macomb County Chamber of Commerce, Anchor Bay Chamber of Commerce, the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Romeo Washington Chamber of Commerce and Make Macomb Your Home.


American Society of Employers - Coronavirus: What Employers Need to Know to be Prepared:

ASE has curated a list of helpful resources to assist employers in protecting their employees and plan for future outbreaks or spread of the illness.

https://www.aseonline.org/Insights-Analytics/Coronavirus-Resources?_cldee=amFtZXMuYWhlZUBtYWNvbWJnb3Yub3Jn&recipientid=contact-befcb3039425e11199b50015177e2ff8-425d8c9ae65a4eb8bece5c83b73c2ac4&esid=9291dcae-3465-ea11-a815-000d3a4f62e7

Updated COVID-19 FAQs for HR: https://www.aseonline.org/News/EverythingPeople-This-Week/ArtMID/543/ArticleID/2065/Updated-COVID-19-FAQs-for-HR


Detroit Regional Chamber - A Resource to Help You Navigate the Pandemic:

View And Submit: Metro Detroit Restaurant Updates

The Detroit Regional Chamber has launched a regional effort to promote restaurants and caterers open for delivery and carry out service during the COVID-19 crisis. The idea was brought to DRC by the Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II in effort to support regional small businesses during this challenging time. With your help we can create the most comprehensive list possible and market it to individuals in the region.


During this time, the Chamber is here to help members navigate the evolving crisis with fact-based, timely information, and helpful business resources.

COVID-19 Business Restart Center
 

COVID-19 Tele-Town Hall Series

As key decisions are being made about business operations in preparation for any effects of the COVID-19, it’s important to hear from state leaders at the front lines and subject matter experts who can help navigate the risks. The Chamber will be hosting a COVID-19 Tele-Town Hall Series, with regular guest speakers, to help businesses prepare for the impact of the virus.


Macomb Regional PTAC

Macomb Regional PTAC wants to keep you abreast of the flurry of information regarding how the COVID-19 pandemic and how Govenor Whitmer's executive order No. 2020-21 affects your business in regards to government contracting. In conjunction with the PTACs of Michigan, (http://www.ptacsofmichigan.org/) Macomb Regional PTAC would like to offer you a comprehensive playbook (see pdf below) of information and resources to help guide your business through this unprecedented time. If you have any question, please feel free to reach out to our office at ptac@macomb.edu.

PTACs of Michigan COVID-19 Playbook Updated 05/19/2020


Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry

COVID Casts

The Chamber, in partnership with the City of Sterling Heights and Live Picture has reached out to industry experts to share information during our current climate. If there are topics you would like to see please let Stacy Ziarko know at sziarko@ shrcci.com.

Vol. 7 - SocialFuel Media, Amanda Herr
Covering current Digital Marketing strategies, how to send the right message on your social media platforms, and what SocialFuel is doing to help with your digital marketing strategy.
 
Vol. 8 - Play Big Inc., Nancy Giordano
Covering the Future of Work, what survival and reinvention plans look like for your company, what is the future going to need and expect from your business?, and how to ensure a healthy plan for the future. 
 
Vol. 9 - Manpower, Nick Gasiorowski
Covering what the talent crisis looks like now, what employers can do to ensure employee safety when returning to work, and what you can do right now if you are unemployed.
 
Vol. 10 - Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center, Pete Schmidt
Covering returning the workforce as a manufacturer, what some of the biggest challenges may be in regards to social distancing at work and costing and cash flows, and how MMTC is helping with virtual assessments, free webinars, and updated resources.