Tag Archives: Harlingen Area Chamber of Commerce

Small Business Retirement Plans: Responsibilities and Risks

In this Lunch and Learn event, learn: What the fiduciary responsibilities and risks are that business owners/managers face and how you can reduce your risk and exposure Benchmarking plans – what it is, why it is important and how often it should be done. What an effective plan looks like and how it can be measured. RSVP by contacting the Harlingen Area Chamber of Commerce. Limited seating available.

Membership 101-Maximizing your Chamber Investment

As a member of the Harlingen Area Chamber of Commerce, members have more resources, opportunities, and benefits available than ever before, but where do you start? What committees should you join? Which events provide you the most useful information? How do you get the most out of your investment? Join the chamber for Membership 101, and hear from 2017-2018 Chairman Josh Fields, President Chris Gonzales and chamber staff, who will introduce  the tools that…

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Harlingen Chamber Holiday Mixer

The Harlingen Area Chamber of Commerce and Farmers Insurance – Daniel Martinez Agency host a night filled with holiday cheer and charity. The evening will benefit the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves’ Toys for Tots Commissioner Ruben De La Rosa Charity. RSVP online or by calling the Harlingen Area Chamber of Commerce.

Public Affairs Luncheon Featuring Texas Comptroller, Glenn Hegar

Glenn Hegar

Hosted by the Harlingen Area Chamber of Commerce. Guest speakers include District 38 Rep. Eddie Lucio III and District 35 Rep. Oscar Longoria. Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar serves as keynote speaker. Tickets are $65 for chamber members, $75 for non-members. Reserved tables of eight are $650. Register online or by contacting Jennifer Crist at 956-975-0022 or jcrist@harlingen.com. Sponsorship opportunities are available.

Under Attack: Scammers Want Your Money

Frost Bank Vice President Sylvia talks to business leaders about digital theft and fraud. (VBR)

The chances of becoming a victim of electronic fraud are growing every day for both individuals and businesses. “We see fraud on a daily basis,” said Frost Bank Senior Vice President Mickey Boland as he introduced a presentation on how to protect your money and your identity in a digital world at the Harlingen Chamber of Commerce. With so many options to conduct financial transactions online and with wireless devices,…

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