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Jerene Bustamante

Protect the Fort PPE Drive

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Made possible by Facebook, the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce, the City of Fort Worth, and Visit Fort Worth have come together to launch an initiative to supply Fort Worth businesses with the equipment that they need during this difficult time. Together, we are protecting the Fort.

Each box of PPE supplies will include 1 box of 20 masks, 1 box of 50 pairs of gloves, and 20 8 oz bottles of sanitizer (10 gel hand sanitizer bottles and 10 liquid disinfectant spray). The number of boxes are limited and available while supplies last. They are available at no cost to you, thanks to the generosity of Facebook.

These supplies are priority preferred for Chamber affiliated and minority owned businesses with 25 or fewer employees as our supplies are very limited. We plan to do multiple distribution waves, and want to make the equipment available to as many of our community businesses as possible.

Press register to order and select your preferred pick up time frame. If you attempt to register and supplies are already gone, you may add yourself to the waiting list for the next round of distribution.

After completing your order, you will receive a confirmation email that informs you of the pick up location, which will be contactless and curbside. Upon arrival, show your confirmation email in order to retrieve your supplies.

Questions? Please contact Monta Noe with any questions: 817-625-5411

Hecho posible por Facebook, la Cámara de Comercio de Fort Worth, la Cámara de Comercio Hispana de Fort Worth, la Cámara de Comercio Afro Americana Metropolitana de Fort Worth, la Ciudad de Fort Worth y Visit Fort Worth se han unido para lanzar una iniciativa para suplir a las empresas de Fort Worth con los equipos necesarios, durante este momento difícil. Juntos, estamos protegiendo el fuerte.

Cada caja de suministros de PPE incluirá 1 caja de 20 máscaras, 1 caja de 50 pares de guantes y 20 botellas de desinfectante de 8 oz (10 botellas de gel desinfectante para manos y 10 spray desinfectante líquido). El número de cajas es limitado y está disponible hasta agotar existencias. Están disponibles sin costo para usted, gracias a la generosidad de Facebook.

Estos suministros tienen preferencia prioritaria para las empresas afiliadas a la Cámara y propiedad de minorías con 25 empleados o menos, ya que nuestros suministros son muy limitados. Planeamos hacer múltiples etapas de distribución, y queremos que los equipos estén a la disponibilidad para la mayoria de los negocios de nuestra comunidad lo mas pronto posible.

Presione registrarse para ordenar y seleccione su marco de tiempo de recogida preferido. Si intenta registrarse y los suministros ya se han agotado, puede agregarse a la lista de espera para la próxima ronda de distribución.

Después de completar su pedido, recibirá un correo electrónico de confirmación que le informará de la ubicación de recogida, que será sin contacto y en la acera. A su llegada, muestre su correo electrónico de confirmación para recuperar sus suministros.

Preguntas? Póngase en contacto con Jerene Bustamante o Lisette Castillo para cualquier pregunta: 817-625-5411

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

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The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth has moved to the virtual world to include an inclusive look into their current Exhibition – Mark Bradford: End Papers. Check out this youtube video to learn more about Mark Bradford and his exhibit. 

They’ve curated some of their programs to move online, check out those programs here!

For middle and high school students interested in art culture, the museum has put together a few art assignments that can be downloaded and worked on here.

5 reasons to work on SEO in times of crisis

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In times of crisis, companies tend to cut costs or push to the back burner certain things that are “not essential” to them. Is web positioning essential to a business? It is if you consider that SEO in times of crisis can provide you with an advantage, both in brand positioning and in visibility with potential clients. This is critical at difficult times and most definitely in times of recovery. 

More specifically, here are 5 reasons to continue working on your website from the SEO perspective.

Improve your visibility with search engines

SEO helps improve your organic positioning, making your website one of the first options with top search engines. In other words, when a user searches for a product or service -i.e. on Google -, they will find your website among the first options in the search results. This is of utmost importance, as the top options get more than 75% of the clicks, while less than 10% of users go to the second page.

Increase target traffic

SEO will help you reach the right audience and potential customers to your website, ensuring that people who are really interested in your products or services come to your site and find relevant information. Thus, achieving targeted traffic, increasing interaction and attracting more people to the website.

Customer confidence in your brand or product

Generating valuable and quality content, in addition to being dynamic and innovating, reflects in users and customers confidence in your brand or product, and ultimately in customer loyalty. A good SEO management can make your clients prefer your company before your competition.

Increase sales or conversions

A website that you trust and that has the appropriate information, makes it easier for the client to make a final decision, therefore increasing the conversions of your business. A website that delivers the best first impression of the business, will be able to improve the sales results.

Long-term positioning

SEO allows you to position yourself 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. SEO manages to position your website organically. It is a process that requires more time and effort, but it is more effective if you are looking for continuous positioning and long-term results. You might be able to achieve quick results with advertising, but without SEO, those often go away once the paid campaign ends.

Letting your guard down in SEO means delivering your potential customers to your competitors, missing opportunities when they are needed, being left behind and also that the company will be less likely to survive a crisis. Without customers and without visibility, the business is not able to maintain itself, much less grow.

Times of crisis can also be an opportunity. Perhaps some of your competitors will not take into account the importance of SEO, but you do!

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Workforce Connector Platform

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The COVID-19 crisis is impacting our local employers in many ways – some industries and businesses are facing unprecedented hiring needs, while others are forced to furlough or significantly cutback their workforce due to the volatile economic environment.

Complete a 2-minute confidential survey regarding your workforce needs during the COVID-19 crisis to be connected with local workforce opportunities.

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