Greenbrier Technologies to host Business Before Hours and present “Focus on Business” mini workshop on September 20th
Greenbrier Technologies will be hosting the September 20th Business Before Hours of the Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce with an added bonus. As the breakfast social concludes, members will have an opportunity to stay for a mini-workshop, “Focus on Business” . The workshop will give tips on how to use the computer applications you have to take advantage of Microsoft’s latest software and solutions to streamline communication and tasks, improve efficiency and make the most of your technology investment. Attendees will be eligible to win one of several “door prizes”. The Business Before Hours begins at 7 am and will conclude with the optional mini-workshop beginning at 9 am.
Greenbrier Technologies is a growing, local company founded by Bill Lenherr and Alan Carson and operating as three distinct and complementary business units — Greenbrier Business Technologies, Greenbrier Home Technologies and Greenbrier Electric. Greenbrier Business Technologies is focused primarily on the design, installation and support of business networks including infrastructure, data storage, network security, remote network access, unified communications and “smart-office” solutions.
Greenbrier Home Technologies provides network, automation, audio/video and systems control solutions for the simplest to most complex requirements. In addition to designing and installing full-scale electrical, fiber-optic and low-voltage infrastructure, Greenbrier Electric can help customers protect their home and business investments with emergency backup generators, whole-house surge protection and upgrades to their electrical service and devices.
Business Before Hours are a networking program of the Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce which showcases a member business. The Chamber is dedicated to educating their membership on ways to learn new skills and information to help increase their bottom line through mini-workshops, such as “Focus on Business”.