For the past three years, the Georgia Chamber has hosted a series of power lunches across the state that provided guests with insightful content and networking opportunities. Now, in its fourth year, the Georgia Chamber has revamped the summer series to celebrate the small business owners and entrepreneurs across the state and bring together business experts to inspire and educate business leaders with new tools and strategies to bring back to their companies and communities.
Last week, the Georgia Chamber partnered with the Cartersville-Bartow Chamber of Commerce to kick off the Regional Small Business Series. Over 100 attendees were present at Georgia Highlands College to hear from industry leaders on topics like: cyber security, small business philanthropy, social media marketing, access to capital, and much more.
Click here to hear a clip from Georgia Chamber President and CEO, Chris Clark and cyber security expert, Senator Bruce Thompson.
With a heavy emphasis on networking, this event gave small business owners an opportunity to pair with long-standing industry experts for a chance to gain deeper knowledge on several topics.
Click here to check out a clip from an attendee recapping a presentation that stood out to him during the event.
The next stop on the Regional Small Business Series tour is Albany, on May 21, 2019. If you’re a small business owner that would like to learn more about how to grow and sustain your business in the new Georgia economy, click here.