Business After Hours | Thursday, January 24, 5 - 7:30 pm | City Kitchen
OurAnnual Meeting is Friday, February 1 and we have an exciting and inspiring program planned for you. We hope you can join us for a delicious breakfast, a chance to celebrate the successes of 2018 and to dream big about our vision for 2019. Of course, there will also be some time to connect with other business and community leaders so if you haven't purchased your ticket yet, please register nowto ensure your spot. Registration closes this Friday 1/25 and you won't want to miss this one.
Let me know if you have questions or need help with registration.
Each month, we bring you to a different Chamber member location for quality, in-person relationship-building and networking after business hours. This Thursday (1/24) at 5:30 pm, our Business After Hours will be at City Kitchen. Hope to see you there. If you can't make it this time, mark your calendar to join us Thursday, February 28 at New Hope Camp & Conference Center.
A part of the 2019 Policy Series, the Economic Outlook Briefing,
on February 13 is free for members, and will include the results of the Chamber’s annual Economic Conditions Survey, which reveals local business leaders’ perspective on the economy. This year, we also welcome back renowned economist, Dr. Michael L. Walden to share his forecast and important news on the state of our economy.
Marketing through Chamber event sponsorship is an affordable and effective way to raise your business profile. This is an opportunity for you to speak directly to our region's most engaged business and community leaders. Right now there are a limited number of 2019 Policy Seriessponsorships available. And, now is the time to plan ahead if you would like to get involved with our Community Bocce Derby or Business Excellence Awards.
Contact Rebecca Dickenson to set up a strategy meeting and discover how you can grow your business and support the Chamber's community impact work in 2019.
The Small Business Health Servicewascreated in partnership with Piedmont Health to empower small businesses to take care of their employees. This health program provides primary care services to employees and their family members. The program offers uninsured Chamber members medical and pharmacy services in any of Piedmont's health centers at a discounted price. Doctor's appointments are just $60 per visit. Learn more.