The webinar will take place on Thursday, June 11 at 3:30 PM
The second in a series of free webinars presented by the Chester County COVID-19 Business Task Force will be held Thursday, June 11th at 3:30 p.m. The webinar, which was rescheduled after severe weather caused countywide power outages, is designed to help county businesses and organizations navigate through the yellow phase reopening process and provide tools, resources and best practices to build consumer confidence. To join the webinar, to go https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87844315020.
The webinar features speakers including Brian Myers, Chief Technology Officer at Cleaned for COVID LLC; Ellen Langas, President of NouSoma Communications; and Jessica Capistrant, President of the Phoenixville Chamber of Commerce. The program will be moderated by Chester County Administrator Bobby Kagel.
Brian Myers will introduce participants to Cleaned for COVID™, a Veteran-owned App that allows county businesses to communicate their real-time completion of cleaning, disinfecting, and COVID-19 safety activities to patrons. More information can be found at cleanedforcovid.com.
Ellen Langas will speak about marketing and communications strategies that provide clarity, establish credibility and build business within a new environment, including ways to bolster customer confidence and maintain relevancy.
Jessica Capistrant will provide an overview of what the chambers of commerce are doing to collaborate with and aid county businesses.
The webinar is free and will be hosted by Chester County Commissioners Marian Moskowitz, Josh Maxwell and Michelle Kichline. It is backed by the County’s nine chambers of commerce, and other economic, education and government leaders—all members of the COVID-19 Business Task Force and its Restore Chester County initiative.
Alongside the webinar series, the Chester County COVID-19 Business Task Force recently launched the “Restore Chester County” website. The site is an online resource specifically designed for Chester County businesses, organizations, and residents that provides practical and downloadable information for the reopening process in more than 20 industries. Through “Restore Chester County,” businesses, organizations and residents can confidently and easily navigate their way through reopening guidelines, providing both overall and industry-specific guidance relating to COVID-19.