Tuesday, April 10, 2012
2012 Webinar Series: April Webinars
The Chamber will host two Small Business Webinars in April. On April 19, the lunch and learn,Government Contracting and Procurement, will include the topics governmental registrations, market research on government procurement, government agency advertising and more. Registration is now available here. The next webinar, The Importance of the T-SPLOST to Keeping Georgia Competitive, will be held on April 26, and will feature Doug Callaway of the Georgia Transportation Alliance. The T-SPLOST webinar is complimentary, but you must register here to participate. Also save the date for New Workplace Strategies- Compressed Workweeks, Teleworking and Flextime, to be held May 10. For more information on the Small Business Webinar Series, please contact Rebecca Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-223-2473.
New Premium Members
The Georgia Chamber would like to recognize Zep, Inc. as the newest premium investor in our organization. Thank you again for your continued support and investment.
GSIA Spring Conference
The Georgia Self Insurers Association Spring Conference will be held May 2-4 at the Brasstown Valley Resort in Young Harris. This year’s conference, It’s a Brave New World - Dialogue, Deliberation & Deliverance from Your Workers’ Compensation Nightmares, will feature investigation, legal, medical and ethics panels. In addition to the educational sessions, attendees will also enjoy a pig roast, musical entertainment with musician/songwriter Greg Presmanes and a special keynote address from Governor Nathan Deal. For more information, please visit the GSIA website here.
Nominations for GPEE's 20th Annual Bus Trip Being Accepted
The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education has opened nominations for schools to be included in the 20th Annual Bus Trip Across Georgia to be held this fall. The tour will travel a middle Georgia north route this year after visiting schools in the eastern and southern parts of the state in 2011. The theme for the 2012 tour will be Using Technology, Creating Pathways for Student Success. Chamber representatives are encouraged to consider public schools in their areas that are using technology to post high achievement numbers and are making a difference in their communities. To begin the nominations process, please click here. Submissions must be in by May 4. For more information, please contact Dana Rickman at email@example.com 404-223-2462.
Technology Association of Georgia's "Excalibur Spotlight"
The Technology Association of Georgia’s Business and Technology Alliance Society invites you to attend its “Excalibur Spotlight” event on April 17. Presentations include an innovative RFID solution from Recall Corporation and a new mobile learning application from Georgia Gwinnett College. To sign up to attend, click here.