In order to support the local businesses in response to COVID -19, the El Paso Chamber, along with the County and City of El Paso and other business partners, have launched a suite of online business support tools entitled “El Paso Businesses Stand Together.” This effort is meant to serve as a rapid clearinghouse for business information and resources related to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. The first resource available to business is a highly interactive Facebook Group, El Paso Businesses Stand Together. This Facebook group features critical information regarding government policies and protective measures, as well as business-to-business shared wisdom and how to best weather the COVID-19 storm.
El Paso Businesses Stand Together Facebook Group
Click here for the El Paso Businesses Stand Together website.
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Business Solution Center
The El Paso Chamber has created a new resource for the El Paso business community; an online Business Solution Center (BSC), designed to provide a brief one on one virtual consultation with tuned-in business leaders and subject matter experts, ready to answer questions and provide important up to date information. The BSC is ready to offer advice on a variety of topics, including SBA loan assistance and guidance, business coaching, online business innovation best practices, and direction on government relations at the local, regional, and national levels. The BSC is ready to offer advice on a variety of topics, including SBA loan assistance and guidance, business coaching, online business innovation best practices, and direction on government relations at the local, regional, and national levels.
PUBLIC POLICIES THAT PROGRESS EL PASO BUSINESS
The Chamber represents all things business with our elected officials. We are about ensuring business has the opportunity to create jobs and wealth for El Paso.
Did you know that consumers are 63% more likely to buy from a Chamber member business?
American Chamber of Commerce Executives
Through out my long history with Wells Fargo Bank, I have remained loyal to my Chamber involvement because it's a great venue to compliment the vision of the corporate name I represent. Advocacy and support for the small business in our community is vital and the Chamber allows for networking, business connections, collaboration, business development, access to capital, financial literacy and strong relationship building. I attribute my success in great part to the benefits that have flourished from the relationships built through my Chamber involvement.