Enriching Days Filled with Purpose
Thanks to our packed activities calendar and social events, Sunrise residents have a variety of ways to enjoy their time.From art to Zumba to music, our signature Sunrise Live With Purpose™ programming gives residents the chance to take part in a number of activities that appeal to their interests and passions.Residents love our special social events, such as live music, wine and cheese tastings, happy hours, and cooking demonstrations.With fresh, homemade cuisine served
Three times per year, East Bay Community Energy (EBCE) selects local, non-profit organizations of all shapes and sizes (sports, education, etc.) to receive up to $2,500 each. EBCE is very proud to fund the efforts of these organizations that make the East Bay so vibrant. Congratulations to the most recent recipients!Ecology CenterFertile Ground WorkGoodness VillageGrateful GatheringsRunning for a Better OaklandValley Humane SocietyAre you involved with a local non-profit that could use some extra
Influencers can be an effective way to market your small business but finding the right ones can be difficult. Here’s our guide on how to find influencers for marketing your small business.
How to find influencersWhere to find influencersHow to engage with influencersLEARN MORE
Dublin Unified School District is seeking applicants to fill vacant positions which currently exist on our Citizens' Bonds Oversight Committee (CBOC) and Parcel Tax Oversight Committee (PTOC.) The CBOC and PTOC are both independent oversight committees comprised of volunteers from within our community. These volunteers are entrusted with and dedicated to ensuring taxpayer dollars are spent according to voter-approved Bond and Parcel Tax language.
The PTOC is seeking member representatives for the
Do you want to wow your existing customers? Are you ready to take your “relationship” with them to the next level? Then it may be time to grab your data and do some personalized marketing.What You Need
To get your customers’ attention, you need to have tools in place to measure things like buying frequency and purchase history. You’ll also want your customers’ email addresses.
If you don’t have that, start collecting it. If you do, let’s talk about how you can use it to drive additional sales.
Las Positas College (LPC) is offering students the chance to get started in their next career or progress in their current role this fall with an Industry certificate. Students can choose to earn a professional certificate, an academic certificate or an endorsement in a variety of fields.
"Las Positas College has a wealth of industry certifications available for students to earn," said Vicki Shipman, Career Technical Education Project Manager at LPC. "Right now, it's important that people are able to get
September means that summer’s over, it’s back to school time, and back to marketing your business. The biggest dates in September are Labor Day, and the National Day of Service and Remembrance but there are other marketing opportunities that include the following:Labor Day (Sept. 6) - Focus on local marketing and a better Google ranking to attract more customers. Host a Labor Day sale or mention your loyalty program in your newsletter and on your website. Positive Thinking Day (Sept. 13) - Use this day to
These days a lot of people are considering business ownership. Whether you buy into a franchise, lease some space and start your own thing, or log onto the internet and begin building an ecommerce website, doing it on your own has never been more alluring. But just because you have an incredible skill or access to cheap goods does not mean you're ready to open the doors to your own business.
Starting a business without a strong foundation can hinder your sales. If you open your doors prematurely, you
It seems like everybody with a cell phone is texting now but how about texting for your business? Here are some things to know about SMS marketing. In this article we cover -What is SMS Marketing and Why you should think about doing itHow to do SMS Marketing the "right way"LEARN MORE
Influencer marketing can be an effective way to reach your target audience but costs can vary. Here are some things to know about influencer marketing costs. The article covers important topics like:Influencer Marketing Rate FactorsRates Per Post on common Social Media Channels like Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, SnapChat and TwitterTypes of PartnershipsClick here to read the full article.
For Immediate ReleaseJuly 8, 2021, 2021
HOPE HOSPICE LAUNCHES DEMENTIA-FOCUSED CAREGIVER RESPITE PROGRAMLow- and middle-income families in select Tri-Valley cities can apply for free respite care
DUBLIN, CA – Hope Hospice has launched a new community service to help local families care for a loved one living with dementia. The Family Caregiver Respite Program provides award recipients with 16
Are you managing your online reputation? If not, it could be costing you business. Here are some things you should know.Why Manage Your Online Reputation
Online reputation management (ORM) is the process of monitoring and managing your business’s reputation on the web. Here’s why it matters.Buying Decisions - Most people do online research before making a purchase and how you appear online could be the deciding factor.Word-of-mouth - People treat online reviews like a recommendation or a tip from a
The scene is a common one these days. Lines of people waiting to pay in a restaurant, retail establishment, or grocery store. Tempers flare. Customers yell at staff and wonder why there’s only one person checking people out. Your staff thinks, “Who needs this?” and they’re not wrong. They feel overworked and underappreciated. Customers are demanding and loud. Customers vow not to return. It makes for a bad situation for everyone.
So what can you do to ensure it doesn’t happen in your
June 21st, sister agency Central Contra Costa Sanitary District diverted one million gallons of sewage to the Jeffrey G. Hansen Water Recycling Plant. Yes, it was planned. Yes, we want their sewage. It enables us to make more irrigation water for parks, school grounds, and golf courses in the San Ramon Valley: Central San, East Bay Municipal Utility District, and DSRSD. The previous five days, our water recycling plant used every drop of sewage to make irrigation water. Sewage from Central
Let’s face it. You can’t throw a rock these days without hitting a help wanted sign. If someone wants to work, there is little stopping them on the employer side. (There may be things like childcare or scheduling on the employee’s side but that’s another article.)
If you’re running ads along with all the other employers out there, you’re at the mercy of their budgets—and if they have a larger one than you—they may be able to get their wanted ads in more effective places more often. A sign in your place
Do you have dreams about owning your own business or becoming part of the gig economy? Making your own hours? Working from wherever you want?
Then you’re not alone.
There are an estimated 582 million entrepreneurs (about 775,000 of them in the US) already working for themselves. And that number is growing. According to Guidant Financial, 27% of people polled in 2020 wanted to start their own entrepreneurial enterprises because they were disenchanted/dissatisfied with corporate America. And a lot of
By Cari Elofson-Callahan
Every year dozens of workers die and thousands more become ill while working in extreme heat or humid conditions. There are a range of heat illnesses that can affect anyone, regardless of age or physical condition.
OSHA requires employers to provide workplaces free of known safety hazards, including protecting workers from extreme heat. Employers with workers exposed to high temperatures should establish a complete heat illness prevention program.
If you were paying attention this week, you undoubtedly heard about the “gas crisis” where a cyberattack crippled a major pipeline. As if that wasn’t bad enough, consumers across the country panicked, running to the gas station to fill up whatever container they had, creating a gas shortage that was reminiscent of the toilet paper crisis of last year.
The media did its best to combat it by telling people in states like Florida, that its citizens were largely unaffected. However, few believed the reports
THURSDAYS, APRIL 1 TO SEPTEMBER 304:00 – 8:00 p.m.Emerald Glen Park
For the freshest in California-grown produce!
The Dublin Farmers' Market will open again for business on Thursday, April 1, at Emerald Glen Park. The seasonal Market will run each Thursday, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m., through September 30, rain or shine. Come out to find your farmers' market favorites, such as locally grown fresh produce, baked goods, honey, nuts, pasta, and more. Pick up some delicious hot foods from vendors for dinner each
The Las Positas College (LPC) Music Department is proud to announce a first place win for talented composition student Sydney Roberts at the annual Music Association of California Community Colleges Conference held earlier this month. Roberts will be presented with a $200 scholarship in recognition of her talents.
Roberts took home first place for her original piece for 3 marimbas entitled Thief, inspired during class while listening to various marimba pieces, particularly Steve Reich's Nagoya Marimbas.
Online reviews are today's "word-of-mouth" marketing. They are the best, most affordable way of promoting your small business. 7 out of 10 consumers will leave a review if asked. Boost your Google and Yelp Reviews using our Review Boosting Cards. They are easy, affordable and fun!
More details: https://ellipsismarketing.net/blog/grow-your-small-business-with-google-and-yelp-review-boosting-cards/