Small Business Resources – Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce #home #based #business

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Small Business Resources

The Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce provides numerous business support services and acts as a conduit for business and business service providers. See below for information regarding our business partners and the local, state and national based small business support organizations.

Visit our other economic development, divisions and initiatives for more information about how the Chamber can help you.

Below is a list of helpful links for small businesses to use as a resource.

flagstaffprospector.com: Provides demographic information on the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County. Includes information on consumer expenditures, types of existing businesses, and workforce information. Search engine for commercial property for lease or sale by size and type.

AZ Department of Commerce

azcommerce.com/programs-and-services/small-business-services/: Provides small business services including online resource guides and checklist, information on business licensing, statewide resources, certification programs, commerce incentive programs and education programs.

AZ Department of Revenue

aztaxes.gov. Arizona business license links, business tax description codes, and Arizona Department of Revenue links.

Arizona Small Business Association

asba.com. Offers workshops and seminars for every stage of business growth, from infancy to second-stage and beyond. For a fee membership, business owners and entrepreneurs get to access education, technology and B2B marketing opportunities and free, applications that are not available to non-members.

Arizona Small Business Development Center Network

azsbdc.net. AZSBDC is an innovative partnership between the state’s ten community college districts and the U.S. Small Business Administration. The network is the largest and most accessible source of assistance to Arizona businesses with fewer than 200 employees. Helps businesses address challenges to help them reach their full potential. 13 centers throughout the state.

Coconino Small Business Development Center

coconinosbdc.com. Has assisted more than 100,000 small businesses in the last 15 years. Offers confidential business counseling, training seminars and customized training.





Omnichannel Retail Management Software #retail #management #system, #point #of #sale, #retail #management


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Retail Solutions.

It’s what we do best!

A full feature end-to-end Omni-channel Commerce Platform

ChainDrive is a fully-Integrated Omni-channel retail software that provides today’s retailer with “real-time” valuable insight across the enterprise. Comprising of industry specific retail process components that leverage a centralized database, ChainDrive enables you to maximize productivity, improve efficiencies and optimize processes across all channels.

Specifically designed and developed to meet the industry demands of Omni-channel retailing, ChainDrive synchronises operations throughout the physical and digital selling environments to truly offer a completely unified system. ChainDrive empowers you to meet consumer demands by seamlessly providing them with what they want, when they want and in their channel of choice.

From point of sale. merchandising to flexible fulfillment through to financials and more, ChainDrive offers you all of the functionality required to meet the demands of today s rapidly evolving retail environment in one complete unified system.

Omnichannel Retail

ChainDrive is a fully integrated end-to-end ERP and Omnichannel software designed for today’s multi-channel retailer (retail, etail and wholesale). ChainDrive’s unified commerce platform enables retailers to manage and control all business channels within a single environment.

E-commerce

e-comDrive is a fully-integrated Back-Office System exclusively designed and developed for today’s web retailer. Its revolutionary components and robust attributes offers etailers the most all-inclusive advanced ecommerce software on the market.

Wholesale

ChainDrive for Wholesale is a component that has been specifically developed for wholesale suppliers. It seamlessly supports the management of all front-end and back-end operations which allows wholesalers to gain real profit from extensive process control.

Central visibility of inventory allows us to work smarter with the inventory we have. Instead of excessive orders, for instance, we can often transfer existing inventory to meet demand.

Lisa Johnson. VP of finance

We chose Multidev primarily because the company gave us one integrated, end-to-end system that gave us the upgrades and the tools we needed, without requiring us to deal with multiple vendors, platforms, or add-ons.

Kurt Schloss. Senior Director of Merchandising

The Cleveland Indians

Using a single system for all of our retail management needs has proven to be the most efficient and cost effective method of optimizing our business processes.

Greg Nicoghosian. President Mephisto Shoes

For us, choosing ChainDrive came down to its ability to give us control over our inventory.We now have one inventory solution that knows what product is in our warehouse and which is in our stores.

With a solid infrastructure in place and a professional support system to rely on, we can now focus our efforts on expansion with ease of mind.

Tony Kanou. Vice President

News Events

ChainDrive Jewelry to unveil new software features and functions at the JCK Show in Las Vegas!

Posted on April 7, 2017


Drupal Powered E-commerce with Drupal Commerce #drupal #e #commerce


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Drupal Powered E-commerce with Drupal Commerce

Training Details

Date: Monday, March 19, 2012
Session Time: 9:00am-6:00pm
Room: 204
Breakfast and Lunch will be provided.
Need more info? Check out the Training 101 page for more!

Drupal Commerce is an e-commerce framework built from the ground up on Drupal 7, Views, and Rules. Its core modules provide the building blocks and systems you need to develop any type of e-commerce site. By making as few hard-coded assumptions about your business needs as possible, Drupal Commerce enables you to customize every aspect of the shopping experience through the Drupal user interface or your own module-based customizations.

Commerce Guys’ Drupal Powered E-commerce training is designed to help you learn how to implement Drupal Commerce for your next e-commerce project. The format is an alternating series of lessons introducing new concepts or features and practice sessions to help you solidify your understanding of how to use them.

Together we will build an example store, walking through all the features the core modules provide:

  • Adding multiple types of products for sale
  • Customizing Add to Cart forms, Shopping Cart views, and the Checkout form
  • Granting discounts and collecting taxes through Rules
  • Collecting and tracking payment of various methods

We will also provide an overview of available contributed modules, showing you how to extend your site to include shipping quotes for physical products, stock control for quantity limited products, file downloads, coupons, an address book, and more.

While we won’t dive deep into the code, we will still provide a behind-the-scenes look at how Drupal Commerce works. Our trainers on hand are all developers who have worked with the Drupal Commerce code, and they will be happy to address any topic in further detail during the practice exercise time.

Who Will Gain the Most From this Course?

This course is intended for anyone who wants to build e-commerce sites on Drupal 7. The subject matter is itself more advanced than basic site building topics, but we still try to make the material accessible to new users who are just getting started with e-commerce on Drupal and interesting for advanced users who want to dig deep into the architecture of Drupal Commerce.

What Will You Learn?

Students who complete our course will learn:

  • What building blocks and core systems Drupal Commerce provides
  • How to configure Drupal Commerce to sell simple products, products with attributes, and customizable products
  • What happens when products are added to the cart
  • How to apply discounts and collect taxes using product pricing rules
  • How to customize the shopping cart and checkout experience
  • What additional features are provided by contributed modules like payment methods, shipping quotes, stock tracking, an address book, and file downloads
  • How to contribute to Drupal Commerce

What Will You Receive During the Course?

We provide a handbook that students use to follow along and use for notes and practice exercises.

Pre-requisites for the Course

You should at least be familiar with the following modules and their interfaces from Drupal 6: CCK, Views, and Rules. You will get much more out of the training if you come into it with Drupal 7 experience, even if it doesn’t include Views or Rules experience on Drupal 7 yet.


Murdoch University International Study Centre Dubai – Journalism Bachelor of Mass Communication


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About Journalism (BCommun)

Learn the art and science of journalism in our advanced newsrooms and studios. As a Murdoch Journalism student you’ll combine hands-on practical experience in reporting and writing for both print and broadcast journalism. You’ll learn about the world of contemporary global media and study media technologies, communication policy, media audiences and public opinion. Combined with a second major in a related area such as Screen Production you’ll be able to turn your passion into an exciting career that can take you right round the world.

What can I do with my Journalism degree?

The field of Journalism offers a wide range of career options. In the world of print you might decide to work as a Journalist, Columnist, Writer, or Editor. You might pursue a career in television either behind the scenes or on camera. Government Departments and private corporations employ Media Liaison Officers to assist them with their public relations. During your degree you may discover a secret talent for Communication Media Studies announcing or program production or you might find your niche as a copy writer for an advertising company.

How to apply

To apply for one of our programs you must submit all the required documentation outlined in the checklists below.

You can submit documentation via post, email, facsimile or in person. Please be aware that in order to gain a full offer you must meet our minimum entry requirements and all your original transcripts will need to be sighted by one of our Admissions Officers.

Please use the checklist below and submit all documentation before the relevant due date.

UG/MUPC Application Checklist:

  1. Complete the undergraduate application form .
  2. Submit all of your completed qualifications and the transcripts of your results.
  • This will help the university to properly assess your application.
  • Incomplete applications will not be processed.
  1. Enclose certified copies of your English test score (IELTS or TOEFL) if applicable.
  2. An application fee should be included along with the application.
  • Undergraduate application fee – AED 250
  1. Submit two passport size photographs.
  2. Submit your passport copy with visa page.

Applications sent without this fee will not be processed.

Student applications

If you would like to apply for this course you can now:

What our students say

Sakina Feroz Vajihi – Bachelor of Communication – Journalism

“One of the best things about Murdoch University are the lecturers. It is inspiring to learn from people who have excelled in the field of Journalism. The amount of enthusiasm and expertise they bring to the degree is fantastic. A degree in Journalism is strongly recommended for anyone wanting to get into the industry, because they are looking for the most broadly skilled candidates.”


Small Business Resources – Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce #business #mentor

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Small Business Resources

The Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce provides numerous business support services and acts as a conduit for business and business service providers. See below for information regarding our business partners and the local, state and national based small business support organizations.

Visit our other economic development, divisions and initiatives for more information about how the Chamber can help you.

Below is a list of helpful links for small businesses to use as a resource.

flagstaffprospector.com: Provides demographic information on the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County. Includes information on consumer expenditures, types of existing businesses, and workforce information. Search engine for commercial property for lease or sale by size and type.

AZ Department of Commerce

azcommerce.com/programs-and-services/small-business-services/: Provides small business services including online resource guides and checklist, information on business licensing, statewide resources, certification programs, commerce incentive programs and education programs.

AZ Department of Revenue

aztaxes.gov. Arizona business license links, business tax description codes, and Arizona Department of Revenue links.

Arizona Small Business Association

asba.com. Offers workshops and seminars for every stage of business growth, from infancy to second-stage and beyond. For a fee membership, business owners and entrepreneurs get to access education, technology and B2B marketing opportunities and free, applications that are not available to non-members.

Arizona Small Business Development Center Network

azsbdc.net. AZSBDC is an innovative partnership between the state’s ten community college districts and the U.S. Small Business Administration. The network is the largest and most accessible source of assistance to Arizona businesses with fewer than 200 employees. Helps businesses address challenges to help them reach their full potential. 13 centers throughout the state.

Coconino Small Business Development Center

coconinosbdc.com. Has assisted more than 100,000 small businesses in the last 15 years. Offers confidential business counseling, training seminars and customized training.





Small Business Resources – Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce #sba #loan #programs

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Small Business Resources

The Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce provides numerous business support services and acts as a conduit for business and business service providers. See below for information regarding our business partners and the local, state and national based small business support organizations.

Visit our other economic development, divisions and initiatives for more information about how the Chamber can help you.

Below is a list of helpful links for small businesses to use as a resource.

flagstaffprospector.com: Provides demographic information on the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County. Includes information on consumer expenditures, types of existing businesses, and workforce information. Search engine for commercial property for lease or sale by size and type.

AZ Department of Commerce

azcommerce.com/programs-and-services/small-business-services/: Provides small business services including online resource guides and checklist, information on business licensing, statewide resources, certification programs, commerce incentive programs and education programs.

AZ Department of Revenue

aztaxes.gov. Arizona business license links, business tax description codes, and Arizona Department of Revenue links.

Arizona Small Business Association

asba.com. Offers workshops and seminars for every stage of business growth, from infancy to second-stage and beyond. For a fee membership, business owners and entrepreneurs get to access education, technology and B2B marketing opportunities and free, applications that are not available to non-members.

Arizona Small Business Development Center Network

azsbdc.net. AZSBDC is an innovative partnership between the state’s ten community college districts and the U.S. Small Business Administration. The network is the largest and most accessible source of assistance to Arizona businesses with fewer than 200 employees. Helps businesses address challenges to help them reach their full potential. 13 centers throughout the state.

Coconino Small Business Development Center

coconinosbdc.com. Has assisted more than 100,000 small businesses in the last 15 years. Offers confidential business counseling, training seminars and customized training.





Small Business Assistance Program – Commerce Corporation #best #business #ideas

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Small Business Assistance Program

The goal of this program is to assist viable small businesses that encounter difficulty obtaining adequate credit or adequate terms for such credit from traditional lending organizations. Providing greater access to capital will enable the formation and expansion of small businesses across the state and provide job opportunities to state residents. Among the small businesses that this program aims to assist are minority and women-owned business enterprises and enterprises in Rhode Island’s most impoverished communities.

The Commerce Corporation has partnered with the organizations below to make available small businesses loans above $25,000 and micro-loans from $2,000 to $25,000. Although the program will launch in June, the below partners are now accepting applications.

Partners for loans at or above $25,000:

  • SEED
  • Community Investment Corporation
  • CDC New England
  • Business Development Company of Rhode Island

Partners for micro-loans between $2,000 and $25,000:

  • CWE
  • Social Enterprise Greenhouse
  • Community Investment Corporation

Contact

References

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August 30, 2016 10:02PM By Catherine Hewitt Sun staff writer WESTERLY — Instead of a traditional ribbon-cutting, online retailer Ivory Ella celebrated its grand opening with a T-shirt cutting ceremony Tuesday at its new headquarters at 89 Tom Harvey Road.

Press

Deal would bring total settlements to more than $42 million to date in ongoing 38 Studios litigation Commerce Corporation remains engaged in litigation against other defendants, including First Southwest Company and Curt Schilling The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation announced today it has.

News
August 31, 2016

Raimondo, State Officials Welcome Ivory Ella to Westerly with Shirt-Cutting Ceremony

Press Release Online Retailer Moves Entire Company from Connecticut to Rhode Island, Bringing 40 Jobs and Plans to Expand Governor Gina M. Raimondo joined state and local officials at a ground-breaking ceremony to celebrate the opening of Ivory Ella’s new headquarters in Westerly. The socially-minded online retailer has relocated to Rhode Island from Connecticut with assistance from the governor’s economic development toolbox. News of the retailer’s arrival.





Small Business Resources – Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce #business #card #size

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Small Business Resources

The Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce provides numerous business support services and acts as a conduit for business and business service providers. See below for information regarding our business partners and the local, state and national based small business support organizations.

Visit our other economic development, divisions and initiatives for more information about how the Chamber can help you.

Below is a list of helpful links for small businesses to use as a resource.

flagstaffprospector.com: Provides demographic information on the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County. Includes information on consumer expenditures, types of existing businesses, and workforce information. Search engine for commercial property for lease or sale by size and type.

AZ Department of Commerce

azcommerce.com/programs-and-services/small-business-services/: Provides small business services including online resource guides and checklist, information on business licensing, statewide resources, certification programs, commerce incentive programs and education programs.

AZ Department of Revenue

aztaxes.gov. Arizona business license links, business tax description codes, and Arizona Department of Revenue links.

Arizona Small Business Association

asba.com. Offers workshops and seminars for every stage of business growth, from infancy to second-stage and beyond. For a fee membership, business owners and entrepreneurs get to access education, technology and B2B marketing opportunities and free, applications that are not available to non-members.

Arizona Small Business Development Center Network

azsbdc.net. AZSBDC is an innovative partnership between the state’s ten community college districts and the U.S. Small Business Administration. The network is the largest and most accessible source of assistance to Arizona businesses with fewer than 200 employees. Helps businesses address challenges to help them reach their full potential. 13 centers throughout the state.

Coconino Small Business Development Center

coconinosbdc.com. Has assisted more than 100,000 small businesses in the last 15 years. Offers confidential business counseling, training seminars and customized training.





Small Business Assistance Program – Commerce Corporation #canadian #business #magazine

#small business assistance

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Small Business Assistance Program

The goal of this program is to assist viable small businesses that encounter difficulty obtaining adequate credit or adequate terms for such credit from traditional lending organizations. Providing greater access to capital will enable the formation and expansion of small businesses across the state and provide job opportunities to state residents. Among the small businesses that this program aims to assist are minority and women-owned business enterprises and enterprises in Rhode Island’s most impoverished communities.

The Commerce Corporation has partnered with the organizations below to make available small businesses loans above $25,000 and micro-loans from $2,000 to $25,000. Although the program will launch in June, the below partners are now accepting applications.

Partners for loans at or above $25,000:

  • SEED
  • Community Investment Corporation
  • CDC New England
  • Business Development Company of Rhode Island

Partners for micro-loans between $2,000 and $25,000:

  • CWE
  • Social Enterprise Greenhouse
  • Community Investment Corporation

Contact

References

Join our Newsletter

Thank you for subscribing!

Twitter

News

August 30, 2016 10:02PM By Catherine Hewitt Sun staff writer WESTERLY — Instead of a traditional ribbon-cutting, online retailer Ivory Ella celebrated its grand opening with a T-shirt cutting ceremony Tuesday at its new headquarters at 89 Tom Harvey Road.

Press

Deal would bring total settlements to more than $42 million to date in ongoing 38 Studios litigation Commerce Corporation remains engaged in litigation against other defendants, including First Southwest Company and Curt Schilling The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation announced today it has.

News
August 31, 2016

Raimondo, State Officials Welcome Ivory Ella to Westerly with Shirt-Cutting Ceremony

Press Release Online Retailer Moves Entire Company from Connecticut to Rhode Island, Bringing 40 Jobs and Plans to Expand Governor Gina M. Raimondo joined state and local officials at a ground-breaking ceremony to celebrate the opening of Ivory Ella’s new headquarters in Westerly. The socially-minded online retailer has relocated to Rhode Island from Connecticut with assistance from the governor’s economic development toolbox. News of the retailer’s arrival.





Small Business Resources – Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce #international #business #news

#small business resources

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Small Business Resources

The Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce provides numerous business support services and acts as a conduit for business and business service providers. See below for information regarding our business partners and the local, state and national based small business support organizations.

Visit our other economic development, divisions and initiatives for more information about how the Chamber can help you.

Below is a list of helpful links for small businesses to use as a resource.

flagstaffprospector.com: Provides demographic information on the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County. Includes information on consumer expenditures, types of existing businesses, and workforce information. Search engine for commercial property for lease or sale by size and type.

AZ Department of Commerce

azcommerce.com/programs-and-services/small-business-services/: Provides small business services including online resource guides and checklist, information on business licensing, statewide resources, certification programs, commerce incentive programs and education programs.

AZ Department of Revenue

aztaxes.gov. Arizona business license links, business tax description codes, and Arizona Department of Revenue links.

Arizona Small Business Association

asba.com. Offers workshops and seminars for every stage of business growth, from infancy to second-stage and beyond. For a fee membership, business owners and entrepreneurs get to access education, technology and B2B marketing opportunities and free, applications that are not available to non-members.

Arizona Small Business Development Center Network

azsbdc.net. AZSBDC is an innovative partnership between the state’s ten community college districts and the U.S. Small Business Administration. The network is the largest and most accessible source of assistance to Arizona businesses with fewer than 200 employees. Helps businesses address challenges to help them reach their full potential. 13 centers throughout the state.

Coconino Small Business Development Center

coconinosbdc.com. Has assisted more than 100,000 small businesses in the last 15 years. Offers confidential business counseling, training seminars and customized training.