JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry is taking a hands-on approach to help individual Missouri businesses grow.
Through a partnership with the Missouri Small Business & Technology Development Centers, Kelly Dyer has joined the Missouri Chamber’s staff as the manager of entrepreneurship and business development. In this role, Dyer will use her extensive knowledge on a wide range of business issues to help companies succeed and grow in Missouri.
Utilizing her SBTDC resources, Dyer is reaching out to Missouri Chamber members with one-on-one consulting services and a spectrum of educational offerings. Click here for a comprehensive list of educational opportunities available through this new partnership.
Dyer is already meeting with companies needing assistance with start-up planning, market analyses, business technology and succession planning. She is advising Missouri Chamber members on strategies relating to the Affordable Care Act and she is helping companies improve their financial analysis, strategic planning, human resources, social media, marketing and customer service.
“The Missouri Chamber has always strived to benefit the business community by working on a broad level and working to make overarching changes in our state that improve the climate for business growth. Kelly Dyer expands our service, enabling us to work intimately with individual businesses. This will help grow our economy one company—and one job—at a time,” said Daniel P. Mehan, Missouri Chamber president and CEO. “We are very excited about the skills that Kelly Dyer brings to the Missouri Chamber and we are encouraging our members to contact her whenever they need assistance.”
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the largest business association in Missouri. Together, with the Missouri Chamber Federation, the Missouri Chamber represents more than 50,000 employers.