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Front of Room Speaker - March 7

Kim Woods, Financial Adviser, Morgan Stanley


Kim will speak to Synergy Business Connections networking group about the overall economy and financial markets as we enter 2019.

Synergy Business Connections is a Premier Business Networking group for Chamber members at the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce.

  • Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday from 10:00-11:00 A.M.
  • This group is "Category Exclusive" meaning one member per business category
  • Offers a unique and very lively "open forum" format that invites every member to contribute to the conversation.
  • In addition to bi-monthly meetings, members are assigned a "Troika" (meet for coffee) with 2-3 other members
  • Meeting discussions include: technology, sales, marketing and educational topics of interest to the local business community
  • Alternating meetings include Synergy member presentations and outside speakers.

Prior to attending a meeting, please call Networking Group Leader, Debbie Soden to reserve your space at (805) 300-0936 OR DEBBIE@DEBBIESODEN.COMNon-members & guests are welcome to visit and observe one complimentary meeting. 

 

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02/15/2019 - Jump Start Networking Breakfast


The Jump Start Breakfast features a great buffet and a chance to network with over 70 local business professionals. Come prepared with a 20-second introduction about your business and make sure to bring plenty of business cards!
 
Chamber members, be sure to register by 1 p.m. on the Thursday before the breakfast to be listed on the Hot Sheet contact list.
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02/22/2019 - New Member / Refresher Orientation


*The February 22nd Orientation is fully booked. Please join us  for our next New Member/Refresher Orientation on Friday, March 29 - CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. If you would like to schedule an appointment please contact - Heather Macaulay, Director of Membership at 805-370-0035 or email hmacaulay@conejochamber.org.  Thank you. 

If you recently have joined the Chamber or would like a refresher on all that your Chamber membership has to offer, please join us for an informative and interactive orientation! Here you will have the opportunity to meet the Chamber staff and fellow Chamber members. Come learn how to tap into the unlimited marketing potential within the Chamber, while connecting with the Conejo Valley Community. *Orientation is for Chamber members only. Please register. There is no cost to attend. 

Lunch will be provided by Barone's and Nothing Bundt Cakes.

              

Thank you to our additional Chamber member sponsors: Crowne Plaza, DojoBoom, Stacked,  Four Seasons Hotel, Rhythm & Hair, Mejico, Pitfire Aritsan Pizza, New West Symphony, Hyatt Regency Westlake.

                                             

                                         
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02/28/2019 - Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - All+Med Drugs Pharmacy

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Please join us in Thousand Oaks for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for All+Med Drugs Pharmacy in celebration of their 10th Anniversary! 

All+Med Drugs Pharmacy is a compounding pharmacy that has been proudly serving customers throughout Ventura and Santa Barbara counties since 1972. They offer a complete range of personal and professional pharmacy services, discounted prescriptions and carry quality medical equipment.


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Dr. Rajinder Rai & Dr. Max Rai, Pharm D
Owner & Pharmacist

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03/06/2019 - Emerging Leaders Happy Hour

Join fellow young professionals for an evening of networking and giveaways while enjoying complimentary appetizers and Happy Hour drink prices. Attendance is free and open to all young professionals between the ages of 21 and 39. Appetizers are complimentary but please come prepared to purchase your own beverages.
 

Emerging Leaders is sponsored by:

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03/07/2019 - Synergy - Networking Group


Front of Room Speaker - March 7

Kim Woods, Financial Adviser, Morgan Stanley


Kim will speak to Synergy Business Connections networking group about the overall economy and financial markets as we enter 2019.

Synergy Business Connections is a Premier Business Networking group for Chamber members at the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce.

  • Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday from 10:00-11:00 A.M.
  • This group is "Category Exclusive" meaning one member per business category
  • Offers a unique and very lively "open forum" format that invites every member to contribute to the conversation.
  • In addition to bi-monthly meetings, members are assigned a "Troika" (meet for coffee) with 2-3 other members
  • Meeting discussions include: technology, sales, marketing and educational topics of interest to the local business community
  • Alternating meetings include Synergy member presentations and outside speakers.

Prior to attending a meeting, please call Networking Group Leader, Debbie Soden to reserve your space at (805) 300-0936 OR DEBBIE@DEBBIESODEN.COMNon-members & guests are welcome to visit and observe one complimentary meeting. 

 

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03/20/2019 - Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Julio's Agave Grill



Please join us for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Julio's Agave Grill in Westlake Village. 

Julio's Agave Grill, Mexican restaurant dining is now open and serving the tradition of fine, upscale food from South of the Border. Stop by for lunch, dinner, or a nightcap. Offering prime steak, fresh seafood, locally-sourced produce, and an array of delicious juices, mixes, and margaritas to enjoy with friends. Have lunch outside on the patio or schedule a private evening event in the banquet room;They alsofeature Mezcal Tequila and Mezcal Margaritas.

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03/21/2019 - Synergy - Networking Group


Training Solutions

March 21 - Front of Room Speaker:  Harriet Cohen, Owner, Training Solutions

Whether you are a soloprenuer or have a staff you are the CEO what does that mean? Join us for our second Synergy Business Connection's meeting of the month! Member Harriet Cohen,Training Solutions, will speak to the Synergy Business Connections networking group. "Whether you are a soloprenuer or have a staff you are the CEO what does that mean?"


Synergy Business Connections is a Premier Business Networking group for Chamber members at the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce.

  • Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday from 10:00-11:00 A.M.​
  • This group is "Category Exclusive" meaning one member per business category
  • Offers a unique and very lively "open forum" format that invites every member to contribute to the conversation.
  • ​​In addition to bi-monthly meetings, members are assigned a "Troika" (meet for coffee) with 2-3 other members
  • Meeting discussions include: technology, sales, marketing and educational topics of interest to the local business community
  • Alternating meetings include: Synergy member presentations and outside speakers.
First meeting is FREE to attend. *Non-Members are welcome to visit one meeting.

Prior to attending a meeting, please call Networking Group Leader, Debbie Soden, with any questions you may have and to reserve your space at (805) 300-0936 - DEBBIE@DEBBIESODEN.COM.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 
Debbie Soden
Synergy Group Leader
 
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Synergy Business Connections helps businesses grow through relationship marketing and we follow the exclusive category format with one member per Conejo Chamber of Commerce business sub-category. Your business sub-category appears on your Conejo Chamber profile page, right under your business name, to see if your category is eligible. We welcome you to join us at a meeting as our guest to experience the Synergy network for yourself.

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Want to Lease a Prime Location? It Might Be Best to Buy The Business First

Many of my retail clients, especially restaurants and other food types of users, want to lease a great location with lots of visibility and quality foot traffic.  The main problem is that most of these prime locations are already leased.

So, what if your broker found you a prime location where the business owner might be willing to sell at a very inexpensive price?  Many businesses will accept an unsolicited offer to buy them out inexpensively because they simply aren’t doing that well, are tired of the hours, want to retire, are ready to try something else and for many other reasons.   If you bought the business, you would then have the option to either assume the existing lease or, at times, the landlord will agree on entering a new lease with you instead if he likes your business and/or financial strength better than the existing tenant.

As both a business and commercial real estate broker, I have been successful in doing the above for my clients.  For as little as $20,000, I have been able to secure many prime locations for my clients to lease.  (The price varies for many reasons, such as the worth of the existing improvements in the space, inventory, existing lease terms, perceived value by seller, etc.)

There aren’t many brokers that successfully perform both business sales/buying and commercial real estate leasing/buying/selling like I do, and the combination serves my clients well.  Unless they are very experienced at both, you should never let your leasing broker also represent you on your business sale or your business broker represent you for your lease. They might be good at their main expertise, but won’t be good at the part they don’t do much of; and it won’t end well for you if you do.

If you want to find out more about how to lease a prime location, buy/sell a business or commercial real estate, please contact me at 805-217-0791 or david@djmcre.com or visit our business brokering page.

Getting Started with Do-It-Yourself SEO

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This is an update to " SEO for the Common Man " dated 08/08/2011. Thinking about trying to improve your Search Engine Optimization on your own or wondering whether to hire an SEO agency? Here ...

We Went to DNN Summit and All We Got Was This T-Shirt…

We Went to DNN Summit and All We Got Was This T-Shirt…
…As well as a bunch of cool tools to pass on to our clients! While the networking was great for OUR business, here’s what we brought back for YOUR business.  Even if your organization has a DNN ...

Quick Tips for Twitter Beginners

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  If you're a business ready to take the plunge into marketing on Twitter, the task may seem daunting. Starting out, each follower counts in your task to grow your following and begin interacting ...

How to Create / Update your Team Member Profile

Are you a member of Synergy Business Connections but don't have your company information on the website? Are you not a member yet, but are thinking of joining and want to know how you and your business will be featured? Learn how easy it is to get your profile on the site...

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What makes the Conejo Valley special, unique or interesting?

I like to call Thousand Oaks "the biggest little town in the country." Even though its size is well over 100,000 residents, it still has a small town feel. You are liable to see someone you know every time you go out. I also like the fact that it has protected itself from the blight that has ruined so many other communities in Southern California by restricting things such as billboards, building structure and height, paid parking lots, and corner strip malls. 

— Cary Ginell - VC On Stage