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The Berkshire Edge announces its inaugural business webinar. Everyone is invited.

If you are interested in the opportunities and challenges of doing business in the Berkshires, please attend our free webinar this Wednesday, May 24, at 5:30 p.m..

In connection with its Business Monday! local coverage and with sponsorship from Berkshire Money Management and Lee Bank, The Berkshire Edge is pleased to launch a series of webinars that will examine the opportunities and challenges of doing business in the Berkshires.

The purpose of the new webinar series is not only to explore the current business climate but also to look toward future developments and solutions.

Our first webinar will focus on the Restaurant and Hospitality Sectors. It will be held on Zoom, Wednesday, May 24, 5:30 to 7:00 pm

A lively discussion among a group of local experts will be followed by a Q&A period with audience participation.

Our distinguished panel for this first webinar includes:

  • Vern Kennedy, Restauranteur, No. 10 Castle Street in Great Barrington and Morgan House in Lee;
  • Simon Dewar, General Manager, The Red Lion Inn;
  • Laura Brennan, Economic Development Program Manager, Berkshire Regional Planning Commission;
  • Bob Braddick, Blue Hill Partners, Moderator

All are welcome to attend.  Attendance is free.

Here’s the Zoom link:

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81485554260?pwd=RVVYYnFNc2NMY2FHQXY4clVzdk1Bdz09

Although reservations are not required, it would be helpful for us to know if you intend to attend, so we can anticipate the size and make-up of the audience.  Please write us at EdgeBusinessMonday@gmail.com

 

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