A message from Andrew G. Arnott

How we're helping our customers, employees, and communities navigate
these challenging times.

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Easing the social distancing gap

The pandemic has forced many of us to work from home. But that doesn’t mean meetings stop—we just move them online. Engaging clients and prospects virtually isn’t as hard as you may think—and it can even help you strengthen old relationships while building new ones.


Why—and how—to go virtual
There are several virtual options for communicating with your clients: live and recorded webinars, one-on-one calls, and multimedia and interactive online tools. Reach out to your business consultant if you have questions about best practices for hosting virtual meetings; these webinars, videos, and other resources can help you get started or build on your current expertise.

Explore best practices

Enhance your professional presence in virtual meetings


Use social media to communicate with clients and build your business
Now more than ever, having a digital presence can make all the difference for your business.
Help for small businesses

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has resources available to help guide small business owners through the current economic environment.


Combatting the coronavirus
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has created a series of guides based on information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help employers and employees prepare for and address the impacts of the coronavirus.

Explore the guides


More assistance for small businesses
The coronavirus is causing financial difficulties for businesses across the United States. Here are resources that can help you navigate this difficult situation.

Small Business Administration

Other resources


Critical information from health authorities
Get the information you need about the COVID-19 pandemic from key agencies and public health sources.

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)

Directory of local health departments


Information on the government's response
Link directly to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which is working on the front lines of the crisis.