by Nikki Dickens, Sr. Director of Web and Partner Marketing, SpokeHub
Digital reality is changing the ways we interact with each other as well as how companies interact with their audiences. The IDC (International Data Corp) predicts that the adoption of these digital experiences from 2017-2021 will result in a … read more
by Dawn Church, WorkSmart IT
Dodging Cybersecurity threats is getting harder by the second as hackers attempt to race technology advancements. But an established IT Managed Service Provider (MSP) can help you through the quagmire of today’s cybersecurity threats. Here is a list of a few common threats, along with … read more
Having led our respective communities’ successful ballot initiatives that enabled the Light Rail projects in 2011 and 2012, and having worked with various stakeholders throughout its development, we are disappointed that the state legislature is changing the rules for fair partnership again. The Durham-Orange Light Rail Project is important for … read more
by Dr. C. Nicole Swiner “DocSwiner”
My Mother’s birthday is May 20th. Mother’s Day was May 14th. May is National Mental Health Month.
Why are all of these things interesting?—Because my Mother, who is resting in Heaven, suffered and eventually succumbed to the effects of mental health issues, … read more
taken from Dr. C. Nicole Swiner original post “The Sleepy Mama Syndrome”
Dr. C. Nicole Swiner is a self-appointed Nap Queen, an affinity that she says come naturally – her father lies down for a little shuteye every day around 2 or 3 p.m., and wakes refreshed and ready to … read more
by Dr. C. Nicole Swiner
If you’re a working woman, Mom and/or wife, someone is getting your nerves right at this very moment—your kids, hubby, Mother-in-law, employer, employees, Deaconess—someone. But, if you’re like most of us, you’ve allowed him or her or them to bother you with their issues. The … read more
While the Chamber has always been actively involved in education, our Executive Committee recently formed an Education Committee with the goal of streamlining the business community’s opportunities for involvement with Durham schools.
This committee was formed as a result of conversations between DPS Superintendent Dr. Pascal Mubenga and the Chamber’s … read more
Here’s a startling fact. Americans work more hours than medieval peasants did. Nearly one in five American workers spends more than 50 hours per week at work. That’s according to the findings of Harvard economics professor, Juliet Schor. For small business owners, it’s more like 60 hours a week.
If … read more
The Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome Bryan Fox as the new Vice President of Public Policy. Fox joins the team on March 12.
His responsibility includes evaluating the issues affecting businesses within the county and throughout the State and region, while working together with the Chamber’s … read more
from Geoff Durham, President & CEO
As I am sure many of you have read last Thursday, Amazon made their first round of “cuts” on the location decision for their second headquarters and narrowed the pool of applicants down from 238 to 20. I would like to thank Durham’s business … read more