The Chamber has long been known as the Voice of Business in Northern Virginia®, but the truth is that the power of our voice is drawn from those of our members. Their voices drive our mission, which is why we encourage all members to join the collective conversation!
There are many ways you, as a member, can engage with other members while adding your voice to our Northern Virginia business community conversation today, including what is listed below. They're all included in your membership!
Network and exchange ideas with peers in our Business Councils
Share your name and expertise with 20,000 business leaders within our Northern Virginia Region. Our Doing Business e-newsletter is delivered weekly to our curated list and features one lead article per issue. Each article is also housed on our website and pushed via our social channels for future visitors to find. Details and to submit your own Blog topic can be found here.
Reach government leaders and officials through our Advocacy Work
We work with business leaders, top institutions, other business organizations, and a diverse group of elected leaders to stress the importance of regionally-focused collaboration throughout Northern Virginia. There are countless ways for our members to engage with Virginia’s most influential policymakers, including this week's 2021 Lobby Day. Details about our Advocacy work can be foundhere.
Engage through our Member Roundtables
The Chamber's interactive, member-driven Roundtable events are limited to 25 attendees to better encourage member engagement and conversation. These monthly forums are member-exclusive events that will focus on specific discussion topics.
Applications are open for 2021’s Mid-Atlantic Innovation Celebration! Submit your video application by March 15th to be eligible for the Region’s zaniest event showcasing great minds and business creativity. NOVA Chamber membership is not required to apply or win.
This event will provide industry executives with insight into key market indicators economists are watching as signs of economic recovery continue to emerge. Unique to this year will be a deep dive into regional real estate indicators, and discussion on what the pandemic means for the commercial and residential markets. Don’t miss your opportunity to be in the know in the new year! Speakers for this event:
Luke Tilley, Chief Economist Wilmington Trust
Mark Looney, Partner Cooley LLP
Lisa Sturtevant, Chief Economist Virginia Realtors
William Collins, Executive Vice Chair Cushman & Wakefield
Join us for a discussion on the latest developments in CMMC implementation with the DoD CMMC leads, Katie Arrington and Stacy Bostjanick. Moderated by Jerry McGinn, Executive Director, Center for Government Contracting, George Mason University.
The interim rule requiring defense contractors to self-attest to which NIST SP 800-171 protocols they are employing became final in December. What does that mean for your company?
DoD announced the first seven pilot contracts in late December that could include CMMC requirements. What does that mean for these and future contracts?
Understand how CMMC will impact your firm and market and how to get your business ready.
Cox Business brings you the CloudStreams Live Forum Web Series on
Tuesday, January 26th at 1:30PM. Join experts from Microsoft and Cox Business Cloud Solutions to learn how Microsoft Teams can benefit your business. Register here.
There might be a vaccine available now, but no one has been immune to the economic and business effects of COVID-19. Join Employment Enterprises on January 28th for a webinar on "Remaining Competitive and Compassionate: 5 Trends in Employee Benefits for 2021." Register here.
Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) is presenting a three-part international webinar series, on January 27th, February 3rd and February 10th, focused on the latest innovative technologies in aviation and space for commercial and defense applications – many of which are being developed or advanced in Fairfax County and Northern Virginia. Register here.
Would you like to include your member organization's news in our next Doing Business issue? Sharing news is free for all members! All you have to do it complete the form on our website found here. The deadline to submit news is Friday at 12PM prior to our Tuesday newsletter.
Doing Business is the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce's weekly e-newsletter focused on member-relevant news, Council Series updates, and upcoming events. Each month we will feature advocacy updates, a message from our President & CEO, and member-written blog posts. Subscription sign-up and past issues may be found on our website.
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