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Corporate Kindness Challenge

Carlsbad Chamber Launches Corporate Kindness Challenge

In conjunction with Kids for Peace, the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce is encouraging all businesses in Carlsbad to become “Kindness Certified“.  Becoming Kindness Certified involves a commitment to your people/staff, to our community and to our world.  The launch this initiative, we are hosting a webinar on Thursday May 13 at 4pm via Zoom.  All…

Small Business Tax Relief & More!

Joint Communication to Carlsbad Businesses Regarding COVID-19 #30San Diego County remains in the Orange Tier, despite slightly elevated case rates. This is in part do to other indicators such as test positivity rate being very low, and vaccine continuing to quickly roll out throughout the county. Small Business Tax ReliefOn Thursday, Governor Newsom signed Assembly…

The Chamber as a “give back” hub

Kathleen McNary VP of Member RelationsCarlsbad Chamber of Commerce Blood drive inpartnership withthe American RedCross and California State SenatorPatricia Bates  Over the past year, we have all been hit hard. The business community has been affected in many ways, and it has often depended on the industry whether one barely survived or thrived.In addition to…
Restaurant Revitilization Fund

Restaurant Revitalization Fund Released

SBA Announces Official Restaurant Revitalization Fund Application and GuidelinesEconomic relief prioritized for underserved communitiesWASHINGTON – SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman today announced key details on application requirements, eligibility, and a program guide for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RFF). The restaurant industry has been among the hardest-hit sectors during the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19…

Green Busines Expo marks return to In-person Events

Bret Schanzenbach President & CEO Carlsbad Chamber of CommerceAs we move past the one-year anniversary of the original Covid-19 stay-at-home order, many have been reflecting on the past 365 days.  All of us could come up with some “choice words” to describe the past 12 months.  My words would include challenging, frustrating, confusing, lonely and…

Understanding Recycling and Waste Prevention

Lori Somers Community & Municipal Relations Manager Waste Management Many businesses today are looking for ways to be more efficient and reduce costs. On that front, when was the last time you paid attention to the waste your business produces? Waste prevention, waste reduction, and waste diversion are three important approaches businesses can take to…
Carlsbad Chamber goes to Greece

Informational Session on our Trip to Greece

Greece is open for travel, and the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce is going!  Our trip will be October 23 – 31, 2021.  Join us Wednesday, April 14, from  4:30-5:30 pm on Zoom for an informational meeting.  All are welcome to join us – so invite your neighbors, family and friends.  They do not even need…
Covid-19 Vaccine

San Diego County Moves to Orange Tier

Yesterday, San Diego County moved into the state’s orange tier. This move is based on continued improvement on public health indicators; Sunday, the county saw its fewest daily COVID-19 cases (127) since June of last year. Most importantly, the state has now administered more than 4 million vaccines in zip codes that correlate with our…
Sales Tools

10 Free Sales Tools for Your Small Business

10 Free Sales Tools for Your Small BusinessSales are the lifeblood of your business, and the right tools can make all the difference. Here are the best free sales tools for small businesses.Sales takes a lot of hard work, and as a busy small business owner, it can be challenging to do cold outreach, follow…
Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce

Carlsbad Business Update – Red Tier

Joint Communication to Carlsbad Businesses Regarding COVID-19 #28San Diego County Moves to Red TierToday, San Diego County moved into the state’s red tier. This move is based on improving public health indicators across the board; yesterday, the county saw its fewest daily COVID-19 cases since October of 2020. While health experts still advise caution and…
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