Regional Chambers Get Involved in GEW
Nov 09, 2010
On November 18, the U.S. Chamber’s Campaign for Free Enterprise and the National Chamber Foundation will co-host “Entrepreneurship: The Economic and Regulatory Barriers” in Washington, D.C. The event will examine legislation and policies that affect young companies.
In addition, several regional chambers are hosting or co-hosting GEW events next week. Here is a look at what just a few are doing:
- In Missouri, the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the spirit of entrepreneurship by hosting the fourth annual Entrepreneurs in Motion conference on November 16. Elizabeth Demas will share her business success as the keynote presenter.
- Also in Missouri, the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce will co-host “Tax Planning: Getting the Most Out of Every Dollar” on November 18. The seminar will discuss updates on key tax provisions and their implications for small business owners.
- In New Jersey, the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Rising Tide Capital will host “An Evening of Business Networking” on November 16, which will also include a seminar entitled “How to Get the Word Out: Galvanizing Your Business Venture.”
- In Tennessee, the Crockett County Chamber of Commerce is co-hosting two events, both on November 16. The first is a session on “How to Start a Business” and the second is “Effective Management Techniques.”
- In California, SIFE and the Quincy Chamber of Commerce will co-host a mixer for young entrepreneurs to network with the business community. At this event, artisan entrepreneurs will also have the opportunity to display their products for holiday sales.
For more information on the involvement of local chambers, please visit the activities database on our website.