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Presidency: Luis A. Gierbolini, Esq.

@Camarapr desea mantener informados a sus socios(as) de los avisos provenientes de diferentes entidades gubernamentales y privadas, por lo cual no endosa ni se solidariza con los avisos incluidos.

October 20, 2021

    • Our President-Elect representing the CCPR
    • RED Conference: Credit and Access to Capital
    • Government Offers Customer Service Certification for Public Servants
    • FeMA Million-Dollar Allocation for Improvements to recreational facilities in San Juan
    • @uschamber How to Sign Up for the Small Business Saturday ‘Shop Small’ Map
    • BBB Business Tip: 8 reasons to invest in your search engine rankings
    • In local news: Urgent hiring of 40,000 thousand workers for the reconstruction works of the country

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    October 18, 2021

      • PR Chamber of Commerce discusses priorities with the Energy Bureau
      • PRCC Insurance Forum
      • Governor Pierluisi Reaffirms His Fight for Equal Treatment in Federal Health Programs before hospital association
      • FOUNDATION FOR PUERTO RICO recognized for economic development
      • @uschamber Startup 2021: Choosing the Social Channels That Are Right for Your Business
      • BBB Business Tip: 4 steps leaders can take to avoid team burnout as the pandemic continues
      • In local news: Christmas at risk due to the global maritime transport crisis

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      October 13, 2021

        • The Network of Businesswomen and Professional Women joins Susan G. Komen Puerto Rico in her breast cancer awareness campaign.
        • Pierluisi rescinds the closure of establishments and “Ley Seca”
        • FDA Beware of Fraudulent Coronavirus Tests, Vaccines and Treatments
        • @uschamber 5 Small Business Owners’ Best Advice for Managing Supply Chain Challenges
        • BBB Business Tip: 8 key steps to building your business while maximizing efficiency
        • In local news: Social Security Beneficiaries will receive an increase in 2022

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        October 6, 2021

          • Meeting with the Women’s Network and the Government
          • Start with security: business guide
          • FEMA funds will help with the southern schools’ shot columns situationF
          • @uschamber Take the Federal Reserve’s Small Business Credit Survey
          • BBB Tip: Don’t let the microchip shortage ruin your holiday shopping
          • In local and international news: They consider developing windmills in the sea to generate energy on the Island

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          October 4, 2021

            • First woman to lead the PR Chamber of Commerce
            • New Members Initiation
            • Governor Pierluisi makes several announcements to promote energy resilience in homes and SMEs
            • Treasury Department sends Premium Pay payments to its employees
            • @uschamber How to Choose a Payroll Service for Your Small Business
            • BBB Business Tip: How to handle a customer complaint
            • International and National News: Business shelves in Puerto Rico lack 22% of products

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