SECC announces its official COVID-19 response including a dynamic resource list, increased social media activity and virtual business consultations
CHICAGO – The Board of Directors of the South East Chicago Commission (SECC) and Executive Director, Diane Burnham, have officially responded to the COVID-19 pandemic with a formal statement and timely outreach strategy.
We’re increasing our service offerings by leveraging live video and social media — enabling our team to continue serving our community, now more than ever. SECC is committed to growing our list of online resources and championing our communities’ causes. ~Tiffany Mikell, Program Director
Please engage with our team via mailing list, social media and/or via an upcoming video consultation/live online event.
Follow SECC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn:
Resource Links for SECC Community Area Residents & Business Owners
Restaurants in the SECC communities offering delivery or takeout:
Virtual Business Consultations
Small businesses in our communities can get advice on website setup, shifting to selling online/offering services remotely, hiring virtual assistants and other technology-based tools to help them maximize revenue and reach during this global pandemic.
To continue our role as a Neighborhood Business Development Center, SECC is launching “Virtual Tech Triage for Small Businesses & Creative Entrepreneurs”. Sign-up for our mailing list or follow us on social media for updates.