Georgia Chamber

Legislative Updates

‘Future of’ Series – Register Today!

At the start of 2019, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce launched the ‘New Georgia Economy,’ a strategic plan and regional tour designed to help our state better prepare for emerging economic changes. Since our launch, we have traveled the state working tirelessly to provide entrepreneurs, small business owners, and local communities with the tools needed to tackle these inevitable changes head-on. We are excited to…

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New Members in November

We’re excited to announce our list of new members who officially joined the Chamber last month. We look forward to working with each company and appreciate their support! A Team Services Heating & Air Adel-Cook County Chamber of Commerce Adrian Collaborative, LLC Alana and Scott Homes Army of Bees LLC Atlanta Developmental Consultants CFC Group LLC Civic Dinners Community Management Associates Covey Capital Advisors, LLC…

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Stay Connected with Crown Castle

We live in a world where connectivity is no longer a luxury, it’s an absolute necessity. Smarter devices, faster data, and new technologies have led to a dramatic shift in the way people consume information and how businesses rely on it, leading to a significant increase in data demand and usage. This connectivity, data access, and subsequent growth potential requires a network of communications infrastructure….

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Farmer’s Daughters Vineyards + Tasting Room – A Southwest Georgia Treasure

Authentic Georgia is proud to highlight Farmer’s Daughters Vineyards + Tasting Room as an exceptional member for the month of December. Farmer’s Daughters Vineyards + Tasting Room is a Southwest Georgia treasure enjoyable for both newbies and experts in wine tasting alike. Blended with vinifera from French-American hybrid wine grapes, their wines are fruit-forward, off-dry, bright, distinctive, and superior in quality. Farmer’s Daughters Vineyards +…

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Wall Street Journal Editorial Response – Keys to Georgia’s Water Management

Editorial Response: Leadership, Data, Planning & Technology – Keys to Georgia’s Water Management By Chris Clark, President & CEO of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce Over the past decade, water users in Georgia’s agricultural and businesses sectors, along with those in urban communities, have demonstrated that there are achievable, affordable solutions that deliver meaningful, sustainable savings at all levels of water use and, that we…

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Op-Ed – Rural Healthcare

Op-Ed | Rural Healthcare By Chris Clark, President & CEO of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce My grandmother Evelyn clocked in at 4’11” tall and weighed all of 85 pounds, but make no mistake, she was a force of nature. At the onset of World War II, she was 17, adopted, and living in our small hometown of Fitzgerald, Georgia. She tried to enlist, but…

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New Members in October

We’re excited to announce our list of new members who officially joined the Chamber last month. We look forward to working with each company throughout the year and appreciate their support! ASCM, LLC Atlanta West Dermatology, PC Atlantic Waste Services, Inc. Barry Dotson Bell Law Firm Brand Apart, Inc. Brient IP Law LLC Celebrated Experiences Civil Axe Throwing Community Living Concepts, Inc. Conklin Metal Industries…

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ePac Flexible Packaging Company

Authentic Georgia is proud to highlight ePac Flexible Packaging Company as an exceptional member for the month of November. Established in 2016, ePac is the first US-based flexible packaging company built entirely on the latest digital print technology. Serving brands of all sizes, ePac provides high-quality finished pouches and roll stock at competitive prices for short and medium run length orders. With ePac, brands run…

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2019 Diversity & Inclusion Summit Recap

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce hosted its second Diversity & Inclusion Summit on Wednesday, November 6th in Sandy Springs, GA. The event was deemed a major success as the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center accommodated over 250 attendees who were eager to learn more about implementing diversity and inclusiveness within their workplaces. The opening keynote speaker was Nika White, Ph.D., President & CEO of Nika…

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2020 InVenture Prize Update

The Georgia Chamber held its 2020 Georgia InVenture Prize informational meeting last month. The annual InVenture Prize competition is hosted by the Georgia Chamber and serves to promote innovative and entrepreneurial skills among college students across Georgia. Attendees had the chance to learn more about the competition and how beneficial it can be for colleges and universities in Georgia. The meeting began with guest speaker,…

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