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FROM Georgia News · Jan 12, 2018

The Chamber Connection – October 6, 2017

LIVE COVERAGE State Senate to stream capitol committee meetings. PLANT VOGTLE U.S. Department of Energy proposes $3.7 billion in federal funding. FALL FAVORITES Kick-off the fall season at Stone Mountain’s annual Pumpkin Festival! ICELAND RECAP Our recent adventure to the Land of Fire and Ice was anything but ordinary. NEW MEMBER WELCOME Meet the influential… Continue Reading

FROM Georgia News, Press Release · Jan 11, 2018


Georgians from all areas of the state made their way to Atlanta as the Georgia Chamber hosted their annual Eggs & Issues Breakfast at the Georgia World Congress Center on January 10, 2018. Community and industry leaders provided a legislative overview, and discussed issues relevant to Georgia’s economy. Featured guests and speakers included Governor Nathan… Continue Reading

FROM Georgia News, Press Release · Jan 4, 2018

Georgia Chamber CEO, Business Council of Alabama CEO Place Bet on 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship

Although playing in the National Championship is nothing new for our neighboring state, this year’s game is filled with hope and history for many Georgians. With the excitement filling the state from Dade County all the way down to Camden County, Georgia Chamber of Commerce President & CEO, Chris Clark, has decided to make things… Continue Reading

FROM Georgia News, Press Release · Dec 21, 2017

The Georgia Chamber Issues Statement on PSC Decision for Plant Vogtle Completion

The Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) today voted unanimously to approve the continued construction of Plant Vogtle units 3 & 4. In a detailed 15-part motion, the PSC recognized the long-term significance of this project to Georgia’s future energy diversity. “The Chamber welcomes today’s decision by the Georgia PSC. It provides certainty to the project’s… Continue Reading

FROM Georgia News, Press Release · Dec 19, 2017

Georgia Chamber Announces Trip to Cuba in May 2018

The Georgia Chamber announced their next international travel destination: a cultural excursion to Cuba on May 8-15, 2018.  The eight-day, seven-night cultural excursion to Cuba will feature multiple cities- Camaguey, Trinidad, Cienfuegos, and Havana. Destination highlights include colonial cities, architectural tours,  cigar factories, Old Havana, Valley of the Sugar Mills and much more! The total… Continue Reading

FROM Georgia News, Press Release · Dec 14, 2017

Georgia Chamber of Commerce Issues Statement on House of Representatives Rural Development Council Recommendation Overview

Following months of anticipation, the Georgia House of Representatives Rural Development Council disclosed its initial report of findings and recommendations. In their pursuit to provide actionable solutions to address economic issues pertinent to rural Georgia, the legislative council offered their overview of recommendations to improve education, workforce, healthcare, infrastructure, and economic development incentives. Georgia Chamber… Continue Reading

FROM Georgia News, Press Release · Nov 30, 2017

2018 Eggs and Issues Breakfast | Register Today

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce’s annual Eggs & Issues Breakfast is a kick-off to the annual legislative session.  Held concurrent to the convening of the General Assembly each year, this annual event attracts over 2,000 Georgians, including many of the state’s top level elected officials and business leaders. Click here to register. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10,… Continue Reading

FROM Georgia News, Press Release · Nov 28, 2017

Rural Prosperity Summit Starts Tomorrow

Because of the positive feedback and interest from community and business leaders, prominent statewide officials, small and large business owners, and our incredible membership, we have launched our first Rural Prosperity Summit. The two-day summit will offer attendees an opportunity to share new ideas, make connections, and much more, all revolving around improving rural prosperity… Continue Reading

FROM Georgia News, Press Release · Oct 11, 2017

Cyber Georgia @ Augusta University Starts Tomorrow

Starting tomorrow, the nation’s foremost authorities in Cyber Security will convene at Augusta University for Cyber Georgia. This premiere event will bring together government, academia and industry experts to provide intelligence and the latest updates on how to improve cybersecurity, education and research. The two-day conference will zero in on examining cyber threats in the… Continue Reading

FROM Georgia News · Sep 22, 2017

The Chamber Connection – September 22, 2017

Hear a post Hurricane Irma message directly from our President & CEO, Chris Clark.

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