Tuesday, February 28, 2012
2012 Webinar Series: The Three Keys to Family Business Success
Join us on March 19 to hear from Dr. Joe Astrachan, of the Cox Family Enterprise Center, to learn more about one consistent challenge for family-owned businesses - succession. Many family businesses realize the importance of a succession plan in securing your success, but simply having a succession plan does not mean that your business will experience successful succession. In this webinar, Dr. Astrachan will discuss the three keys that lead to successful succession in family business.Click here for more details and to register online.
Upcoming Power Lunches
Don't miss our upcoming Power Lunches: March 5 in Rome and March 21 in Milledgeville. These events will feature Georgia Chamber 2012 Board Chair Ed Heys (Deloitte) and President and CEO Chris Clark. Power Lunches are a great way to interact with Georgia Chamber members and business people from your community and to learn more about the issues that are most important to our state’s business community. Power Lunches are complimentary, but you must register here to attend.
Georgia Chamber Partners with Google's Georgia Get Your Business Online
The Georgia Chamber has partnered with Google on a new, free and easy program to help you get your business online. At the Georgia Get Your Business Online website, you will find everything you need to create a website or Google business listing, along with tools and resources to help your business succeed. For more information, or to start building a free website now, please click here. For other questions, please contact Kathleen Bennett at email@example.com
Go Build Georgia Touring the State
Earlier this year, Governor Deal announced the launch of a new skilled labor initiative, Go Build Georgia. A product of the Georgia Competitiveness Initiative, Go Build Georgia will address the skilled labor shortage in our state through public outreach designed to educate the public at large about the wage, lifestyle and employment benefits of skilled labor trades. Go Build Georgia focuseson five industry sectors in our state: Transportation, Telecommunications, Energy, Industrial Construction, and Manufacturing. These five sectors employ the 112 skilled trades that are featured in the program. A list of upcoming tour dates can be found here. For more information on Go Build Georgia, please contact Ashlee Aurandt at firstname.lastname@example.org.