Dr. Heather Burch, Burch Orthodontics

“After moving here from Panama City, I joined the Chamber to network and to meet people, which was important since I started my practice with one patient.

I was a member of a Leads Group for several years and met a lot of members, which led to meeting other people and serving on boards in the community. Networking through the Chamber is a tremendous springboard.

A big part of my business plan was to become part of the community and serve on non-profit boards and help however I could. It also helped me develop professionally.

It is about getting to know people and letting people know who you are. I really wanted to build trust and confidence within the community, and this was a great way to do it. I am now in my eighth year and have developed a very large practice. I am very blessed.”


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