Business Briefs Nov. 20

Members of the Chadds Ford Business Association got their second lesson on how to “Grow with Google” during a Wednesday morning webinar. The hour-long session, hosted by former Delaware County resident Randi Penfil, dealt with the importance of businesses setting up Google Business accounts. Joe Lafferty, president of the Chadds Ford Business Association, commented at the end that business owners should definitely consider establishing a business profile on Google to grow their businesses.

BPA of Western Delaware County wants to know who’s interested in an in-person holiday meeting on Dec. 16, at a location to be named later. To give a thumbs up or down on the event, take a brief three-question survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KY52MPY

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, REALTORS® salutes sales associates in the Chadds Ford office for being the office leaders for October 2020. Those associates are Tim Hoffman, recognized for listings; Vanessa Horne, recognized for volume; and Aaron Wilson has been recognized for units.

Chester County Conference & Visitors Bureau recently launched a local marketing campaign, “Homegrown Places, Welcoming Faces.” According to CCCVB Executive Director Susan Hamley, the goal is to “support the fantastic businesses and towns in Chester County that are so devastated by the pandemic. We will be encouraging locals to frequent local establishments which are fully complying with safety protocols.” She added, “The swing from fully marketing and selling Chester County to visitors and businesses from all over the world, to supporting our struggling small businesses and local community has been vital and also heartbreaking. The economic implications are far-reaching and shine a light on how important travel and tourism is to Chester County.”

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