BARNSTABLE –Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce will be holding its annual 2021 Economic Forecast, virtually, this year, Wednesday, Feb. 24, from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
This year’s speakers are:
- Lisa Oliver, president and CEO of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod
- Kristy Senatori, executive director of The Cape Cod Commission
- Sean O’Brien, director of Barnstable County Health and Environment Department
The focus will be about business will be impacted as the region emerges from the pandemic.
Oliver will address the financial support available to business from the Paycheck Protection Program, including the first and second draw. Learn what money is available if you have not accessed this program and how the second draw differs from the first draw.
Senatori will discuss planned programs from the Cape Cod Commission to help businesses that continue to be impacted from the pandemic.
O’Brien will discuss the county’s programs and how you can access information, help and an appointment for a vaccine.
Visit www.Hyannis.com to receive a link to join the session. There is no charge to attend.
“However, if you are able to support the chamber with a $10 donation, we would appreciate the help as we, too, emerge from a tough nine months,” said Marty Bruemmel, interim president and CEO of the Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce.
The Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit 501©6 representing business in the seven villages in the Town of Barnstable.