Over the past 30 years the Richardson Chamber of Commerce has honored business with a annual luncheon and reception. This year Richardson businesses and organizations were recognized with eight award following categories: Commercial Real Estate Project, Community Service, Environmental, International, Newcomer, Public/Non-Profit/Education, Entrepreneurship, and Richardson Loyalty.
It is nice to be notice for doing something right. Recently, one of our clients elect us to receive the Consumers' Choice Award. The Consumers' Choice Award founded in1985 as an initiative to provide consumers with a guide to superior customer service. The CCA utilizes objective criteria when identifying quality businesses in a wide variety of goods and service industries.
Our very own president, Joe Costantino, emceed the 56th Annual New Teachers Lunch. More than 450 new RISD teachers were welcomed by Kay Waggoner, RISD superintendent, while The Honorable Tonya Parker, presiding judge of the 116th Civil District Court in Dallas County, served as the luncheon’s keynote speaker.
Richardson Chamber of Commerce had its 57th Annual Meeting. Among the highlights were the the keynote speaker Gary Kelly, Southwest Airlines CEO, who discussed changes in the industry and the remarkable innovativeness of Southwest Airlines. As part of the event, Dr. Clayton Oliphint, senior pastor at First United Methodist Church Richardson was recognized as the 2013 Citizen of the Year. The Chamber also recognized its volunteers of the year, including Elizabeth Hart, Susan Kassen, Courtenay Tanner, Mark Kobilka, Mary Bedosky, David Wong, Small Business Canyon Creek Art & Frame’s Jerry Cornelius, and Bill Schaid.
Thanks to all the volunteers, committees, board members for making it such a successful year. Here at Einstein's Eyes we look forward to continue driving business success and hope Joe, our president and Chairman 2014, can make it as successful. If you wish to get involved or attend other chamber events please feel free to contact the chamber at http://richardsonchamber.com/
Being in the web world for 15 years I get this question frequently. The ideas is that in cyberspace there is a vending machine. You put your money in pull a lever and out pops a website. But that not really how it works. My answer, it depends. I explain it like a car. Do you want a small little economical car that gets you to and from work or do you want something more luxurious? Website are custom solutions. Meaning each one is uniquely created for your business. With these type of solution it always boils down to time. We'll how much time does it take? Look at a relatively simple example – little interactivity and no e-commerce. Here is what you need to succeed: