• GNDC to Hold Member Webinar Series on Business Resources with Regional and National Experts

    The Greater North Dakota Chamber (GNDC) has created an interactive webinar series for members that highlight business resources specific to COVID-19 legislation and impacts. These hour-long sessions from experts in areas of employment law and finance/lending are slated for Tuesdays at 10:00 AM in April.

    Attendees will be able to submit questions prior to the call when they register and also be able to ask follow-up questions during the presentation.

    “Businesses are currently struggling to find a new normal. GNDC is the only statewide advocate for business, representing all sizes of organizations in all industries. We know that now is the time to empower businesses with resources and information that will help weather this pandemic. On April 7, GNDC and the U.S. Chamber partnered to host a session on understanding COVID-19 federal legislation. Attendees appreciated being able to engage and ask questions in realtime. From this success, we determined a webinar series would provide an opportunity for our members, North Dakota businesses, to gain credible insights and understanding, which will help work toward solutions,” stated Arik Spencer, GNDC CEO and President. 

    Speakers were selected expertise in the subject matter area. Speakers are also proud GNDC members.

    WEBINAR SERIES DATES, TOPIC, AND SPEAKERS:
    April 14: Employer Update: Understanding Potential Workplace Impacts with Ogletree Deakins - PART ONE
    Speakers: Employment Attorneys Cynthia Bremer and Michael Eckard, Ogletree Deakins

    April 21: Employer Update: Understanding Potential Workplace Impacts with Ogletree Deakins - PART TWO: FFCRA
    Speakers: Employment Attorneys Cynthia Bremer and Michael Eckard, Ogletree Deakins

    April 28: Best Practices for Working with Lenders on COVID-19 Loans
    Speaker: President Barry Haugen, Independent Community Banks of North Dakota (ICBND)

    To register for these events or for in-depth agendas visit the events page at ndchamber.com

    For impacts, data, and resources related to COVID-19 or related policies, visit GNDC’s informational hub at ndchamber.com/covid19.