San Marcos, CA — Shop this Sunday’s Spring Fling: San Marcos Artisan Market
Shop this special edition Market to discover new items from featured artisans, crafters, specialty packaged food items, natural bath and beauty products, custom home decor, spring gifts and decorations.REGISTER
FARMERS MARKET TUESDAYS 3-7 pm
We have a great days in store for you at the Farmers Market! Shop an array of fresh produce, artisan goods, dinner options, and enjoy live music. Bring the whole family down!
Hollandia Dairy a San Marcos treasure. Since 1950, this family-owned and operated dairy has been producing, processing and distributing award winning, farm fresh milk and nutritional dairy products to families and schools of Southern California.
|Coffee Connections gives businesses the chance to expand, strengthen and build stronger business relationships in the City of San Marcos.|
|Together with the Encinitas Chamber and Solana Beach Chamber, we’ll be taking a behind the scenes tour of Dos Desperados Brewery while enjoying a custom beer tasting variety pack (with paid registration).|
|The COVID-19 California Relief Grant for small businesses will have its final round April 28-May 4. If you have not applied, this is the last window to submit an application. Previous Round 5 notifications have started going out. If you’ve applied previously, you don’t need to reapply. Have questions? Learn more and reach out here.|
|Shuttered venues now have a $22.5 billion grant program. The grant portal will open this week, on April 8. For more information including eligibility requirements, an upcoming SBA webinar, how to prepare, FAQs, and how to sign up for SBDC assistance on the topic, head here: www.SDIVsbdc.org/federal-stimulus.|
Presentation on Economic Outlook and Employment Policy by U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Hosted by the San Marcos Chamber
Topic: Economic Outlook Curtis Dubay Senior Economist, Economic Policy U.S. Chamber of Commerce
urtis Dubay is the Lead Economist at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Prior to that he was Senior Economist at the American Bankers Association and Research Fellow in Tax and Economic policy at The Heritage Foundation. He has also worked at the accounting firm PwC and the Tax Foundation.
Dubay has researched and published frequently on a wide range of tax and economic issues. He is frequently quoted by the press and has appeared regularly in the media, including on CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business, MSNBC, CNN and C-SPAN. He has testified before Congress several times and was cited in newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, and Politico.
Topic: Employment Policy: State and Federal Policy Changes-Glenn Spencer Senior Vice President, Employment Policy U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Glenn Spencer is the senior vice president of the Employment Policy Division,which represents the interests of the employer community across a range of labor and employment issues. The division works to ensure that laws and regulations affecting employers are developed with employer concerns acknowledged and are fairly applied. It also provides businesses with guidance and expertise on legislative and regulatory matters.
Before joining the Chamber in July 2007, Spencer spent nearly six years at the U.S. Department of Labor in the Office of the Secretary, serving as the deputy chief of staff and then chief of staff to Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao.
|The US Small Business Administration updated the PPP rules and extended the recent deadline. We can help if you’re a first-time borrower or applying for a second loan due to COVID-19 – whether a small business, nonprofit, sole proprietor, self employed, independent contractor, or gig worker. Those who file a tax Schedule C can take advantage of the beneficial new rules and still apply!|
Watch the recorded how-to-apply webinar.Request help and get a free appointment with an advisor.Visit www.SDIVsbdc.org/federal-stimulus to make sure you’re up-to-date
Dear Business Community Member,
Students of the College of Business Administration at California State University, San Marcos have been working to create a Business Confidence Index to be published in the San Diego Business Journal.
The goal of this index is to provide valuable metrics to the local business community regarding the current state and outlook of our regional economy. You can learn more about this project, see results from previous years, and discover industry trends here.
In addition, we will be distributing the findings to respondents once the report is complete. This is a unique opportunity to gauge the sentiment of competitors in your industry while also helping the San Diego business community at large.
This survey should take approximately 2-3 minutes to complete, and all answers will be recorded and published with complete anonymity.
Follow this link to the Survey:Take the Survey
Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:https://csusm.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b8wLNw1eyq5FcDs
Thank you for taking the time to participate in the Business Confidence Index survey! Please complete the survey before April 18th, 2021.