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Annual Meeting on February 8
Connect with local leaders, celebrate the 2017 successes of our business community, preview 2018 plans, and enjoy a keynote address by Lynn Good, chairman, president and CEO of Duke Energy and one Forbes' "World’s Most Powerful Women”

get the support you need to move obstacles and advance your business
Your Voice
Decisions made by government officials and elected leaders have consequences for your business. For better or worse, government matters. If you need a simple synopsis of who's-who and what's-where when it comes to regulatory policy in Greater Chapel Hill, then “Our Voice” - our new blog – is for you. It’s your guide for navigating the local, legislative lay of the land.

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Local Entrepreneur Earns Forbes 30 Under 30

At only 24 years of age, Patrick Mateer, founder of Chapel Hill-based company Seal the Seasons and 2016 Chamber Business Excellence Award winner, earned a spot on the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 List for Social Entrepreneurs. Seal the Seasons, a start-up Patrick founded in his dorm room, connects consumers to locally grown produce and family farmers to new markets.

 leverage Chamber relationships to lower the cost of doing business
Take the Hassle Out of Healthcare
Struggling to provide healthcare for your employees? Consider RelyMD – an innovative new Triangle company that gives you, your employees, and their families access to 24/7 urgent care from anywhere (video / telemedicine) for just $8 per employee per month. Chamber staff use it regularly so if you're curious about it, email Justin.

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