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Synergy Business Connections | Passionate People with Personality


Monthly Networking at Night mixers provide a great outlet to relax, meet new and seasoned members, and network 'til the sun goes down. Make sure to bring plenty of business cards!

Who's in the room: Business and civic leaders, small and medium business owners, Chamber members...and YOU!
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04/02/2020 - Education Committee

The Education Committee works to improve the future quality of your workforce by hosting quality educational programs through local partnerships. Meetings include a presentation by featured speakers in the areas of Education, Job Training, Human Resources, Community Programs, and updates from our local partners.

The Education Committee coordinates interaction between businesses and the Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) and partners with private schools/colleges in the Conejo Valley.

This committee also leads our Teacher of the Month Program in partnership with CVUSD, where we honor educational excellence by rewarding teachers with a plaque in their name and gifts from Chamber Members. This is an opportunity for Chamber Members (you) to acknowledge our educators while also giving a brief description of your organization!

*Recipients are chosen by CVUSD*

 
This Month's Speakers:
Dr. Mark McLaughlin - CVUSD - District Superintendent
Jayna Suter (Ph.D) - CVUSD - Coordinator, Instructional Technology & Assessment
Cindy Keitel - California Lutheran University - Community Relations Coordinator

Consider attending this committee if:
-Your business is education-related.
-Your target client market is young families or educators.
-You have an interest in partnership with education/workforce programs.
-You are interested in developing your future workforce.



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04/15/2020 - ***CANCELED***The Mixer @ The Irish Pub at the Palm Garden Hotel


Monthly Networking at Night mixers provide a great outlet to relax, meet new and seasoned members, and network 'til the sun goes down. Make sure to bring plenty of business cards!

Who's in the room: Business and civic leaders, small and medium business owners, Chamber members...and YOU!
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04/07/2020 - Central Coast Chamber CARES Act Update with the U.S. Chamber

The Central Coast Chambers of Commerce have collaborated to host a webinar about the federal CARES Act with Allison Dembeck, Executive Director of Congressional & Public Affair for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Allison will cover the major provisions, implementation and resources that small business and nonprofits need to navigate this new federal funding.
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04/28/2020 - Legislative Roundtable Meeting


Legislative Roundtable provides a setting for dialogue to take place on public policy issues and gives public agency staff, elected officials, their staff and businesses an opportunity to network. The meeting includes a guest speaker on a public sector topic and regular updates from our local cities, agencies, and elected officials.

Staff members provide brief reports from their prospective agencies to inform each other and members of the chamber of upcoming events or other items of interest.

This Month's Meeting: Councilmember Linda Northrup - City of Agoura Hills - Fire Preparedness for Your Business 

Councilmember Linda L. Northrup was elected to the Agoura Hills City Council in 2015 and served as Mayor Pro Tem prior to being elected Mayor in December 2018. Before being elected to the City Council, Linda Northrup was a member of the Agoura Hills Planning Commission from 2011 – 2015 and served as Chair in 2015.

Councilmember Northrup is honored to be the first Agoura High School graduate to have served as Mayor of Agoura Hills. She returned to Agoura Hills to raise her family after obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from UCLA and a law degree from Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. Councilmember Northrup moved her law firm to the Conejo Valley in 2005 and she and her husband, Dave Schlueter, a local mediator, have been members of the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce for over 15 years.

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05/07/2020 - Online: Business Breakfast Networking Group (BBN)


Due to the COVID-19 distancing guidelines in place, this meeting will take place - ONLINE.  If you are interested in participating, please contact the group leader or the Chamber for more information.

May 7 Presenter: Ben Griffes MA, DC, Griffes Chiropractic

The Business Breakfast Network (BBN) is one of the oldest running networking groups of the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce. BBN is an active, progressive networking organization dedicated to building a strong, diverse membership of local companies and to promoting member businesses at every opportunity.  On personal and professional levels  BBN is charged expanding individual knowledge of member companies and adding to their business acumen through weekly meetings, presentations, seminars, group social events, and other means. Visit BBN any Thursday at 7:30 a.m. at Cisco's Restaurant on Avenida de los Arboles in Thousand Oaks!   * The first meeting is FREE to observe for Chamber members and non-member guests.


To reserve your seat please contact group leaders below: 

Dr. Ben Griffes, M.A., D.C.
       805-358-8572     stretching4life@aol.com
Ken Phillips
                               805-915-7644      ken@marketingpromotionsnetwork.com  


For more information about BBN and their next meeting visit their website at www.bbnto.com.
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04/28/2020 - ONLINE: Legislative Roundtable Meeting


Legislative Roundtable provides a setting for dialogue to take place on public policy issues and gives public agency staff, elected officials, their staff and businesses an opportunity to network. The meeting includes a guest speaker on a public sector topic and regular updates from our local cities, agencies, and elected officials.

Staff members provide brief reports from their prospective agencies to inform each other and members of the chamber of upcoming events or other items of interest.

This Month's Meeting: Councilmember Linda Northrup - City of Agoura Hills - Business Coping Strategies During COVID-19

Councilmember Linda L. Northrup was elected to the Agoura Hills City Council in 2015 and served as Mayor Pro Tem prior to being elected Mayor in December 2018. Before being elected to the City Council, Linda Northrup was a member of the Agoura Hills Planning Commission from 2011 – 2015 and served as Chair in 2015.

Councilmember Northrup is honored to be the first Agoura High School graduate to have served as Mayor of Agoura Hills. She returned to Agoura Hills to raise her family after obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from UCLA and a law degree from Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. Councilmember Northrup moved her law firm to the Conejo Valley in 2005 and she and her husband, Dave Schlueter, a local mediator, have been members of the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce for over 15 years.

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05/13/2020 - Online: Infinity Networking Group


Due to the COVID-19 distancing guidelines in place, this meeting will take place - ONLINE.  If you are interested in participating, please contact the group leader or the Chamber for more information.


May 13 Speaker: JAMES SHIPE, EDWARD JONES

Infinity is a new "Category Exclusive"* networking group of the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce

Networking groups provide the opportunity to get the most value out of your Chamber membership, grow your business, expand your network, and build professional relationships. Infinity connects you with other Chamber members on a weekly or bi-monthly basis. Chamber members and non-members are all invited to one complimentary meeting. Join us and see if this group is the right fit for you and your business and if your category is available. 

Group meetings are held in the Chamber Conference Room every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month from 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.   Meetings include member presentation opportunities, open table group discussions, and periodic events to support members, the community and the Chamber.  Infinity also meets on the alternating Wednesdays for coffee hour at a Chamber member location. This provides the opportunity for members to continue the momentum in between group meetings.  Guests are welcome to visit one coffee meet up prior to the larger group meeting. 

 
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"Our group consists of quality Business Professionals who are looking to grow their business in conjunction with other members of the group. Our mission is to provide diverse expertise to the community through effective connections with trusted professionals, educational services, and community events.

For more information or if you would like to attend a meeting, contact the Chamber office or one of the group leaders below. 

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05/15/2020 - Q&A Webinar Session with Membership & Government Affairs

The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce's Membership & Government Affairs staff invites you to join us for a Q&A Webinar every Friday from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. 

         Attorney Karen Gabler | Ventura County Employment Law Attorney
Guest Speaker for May 15: Karen Gabler, LightGabler

Karen will be discussing the physical and legal considerations in reopening a business and bringing employees back.

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taff will be providing participants with updates from Federal, local state and county on orders, regulations and business recovery resources. If you have been affected by the COVID-19 global health crisis and have questions on these topics or Chamber membership opportunities - join us for this interactive webinar and Q&A.

This meeting is open to all members and non-members. There is NO cost to participate. 


Participants Must Pre-Register at this Link: https://bit.ly/3djqK8y  

Once registered, a confirmation email containing information to join the webinar will be sent to the email provided. Should you have questions please contact Heather Macaulay, Director of Membership, hmacaulay@conejochamber.org or call the Chamber at 805-370-0035. 
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05/26/2020 - Online: Legislative Roundtable Meeting


Due to the COVID-19 distancing guidelines in place, this meeting will take place online. 

Legislative Roundtable provides a setting for dialogue to take place on public policy issues and gives public agency staff, elected officials, their staff and businesses an opportunity to network. The meeting includes a guest speaker on a public sector topic and regular updates from our local cities, agencies, and elected officials.

Staff members provide brief reports from their prospective agencies to inform each other and members of the chamber of upcoming events or other items of interest.

This Month's Meeting: To be announced.

Consider attending this meeting if you:
  • Want to stay updated on local, state, and federal legislation and how it may affect your business
  • Would like to network with public agency staff, elected officials and their staff, and other chamber members
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Upcoming events

Business Categories

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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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

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