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Shop local for a GREEN Christmas

Shop local for a GREEN Christmas

Posted by: Jessie Biggerman, Johnson County Recycling District on Wednesday, December 17, 2014

This article has been contributed by Jessie Biggerman, executive director, Johnson County Recycling District. Christmas is getting closer by the minute, and the last thing or your mind is probably the environment, but I am here to share with you how you can have a “green” Christmas and help local businesses as well. Two of the ...

Do you have a plan to protect your most valuable assets?

Do you have a plan to protect your most valuable assets?

Posted by: Angela Chamberlin, CPA, CGMA, Chamberlin & Taylor LLP on Thursday, November 6, 2014

Employees should be viewed as one of the largest assets of a business.

Your business’s income matters! How do you protect the intangible?

Your business’s income matters! How do you protect the intangible?

Posted by: Aaron Brown, Green Owens Insurance on Friday, August 29, 2014

When we think of insurance, we think of coverages that protect the most obvious and visible elements of our business. Things like our buildings, business personal property, liability losses, injuries, etc. Unfortunately, it is the intangible exposures that we do not see and do not prepare for that ultimately can have the largest impact on our businesses. When are businesses are shut down temporarily due to something like a fire or windstorm, our businesses suffer from a loss of sales from doing business, and loss of income can be more damaging to your business than the fire or windstorm itself. ...

Leadership…Now more than ever

Leadership…Now more than ever

Posted by: Tandy Shuck, Leadership Johnson County on Monday, August 25, 2014

For nearly 20 years I've been intrigued by the leadership education that occurring on the Franklin College campus.I began teaching a leadership class for a group of student leaders in 1996 and helped develop the campus's First Year Experience Program. Wanting to further my own leadership development, I completed the Leadership Johnson County program in 2001. Desiring to focus on the ...

Our amazing journey

Our amazing journey

Posted by: Janice Bullman, executive director on Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Welcome to the Franklin Chamber of Commerce and our “brand new” website!  The road to this destination has been long. However, it has been an amazing journey, and your Chamber is thrilled to offer so many new features that benefit our members and our community. Having been in my role as the Chamber’s executive director for two full months, I’ve learned so much about the Chamber and the role I/we serve. My responsibility as the Chamber’s executive director, along with the other members of the Chamber staff and board of directors, is to constantly improve the Franklin area and ...

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