Sonora, CA– Around 70 people participated in the fourth annual Business Services Summit at Columbia College Tuesday.
The event sponsored by the Tuolumne and Calaveras Chamber of Commerce, Columbia College, and Mother Lode Job Training was filled with 12 workshops for small businesses.
“We had another wonderful array of workshops that people could attend and probably the most popular one at the event was the Marketing track which included social media and traditional media,” said Tuolumne County Chamber President and CEO George Segarini. “As usual Columbia College did a wonderful job at hosting the event.”
Segarini was one of the guest speakers at the program which also included Tuolumne County Economic Development Authority Director Larry Cope and Kurtis Clark of the Small Business Development Center.