In today’s digital world, many of us do our networking on sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. As you plan on your networking strategy you need to keep a mix of new digital networking with traditional in-person networking opportunities. There is still a lot of power in a handshake and talking in-person with a business connection.
The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce provides two great opportunities for entrepreneurs and small businesses to connect, learn and share resources.
MACE: Metro Atlanta Council for Entrepreneurship (www.atlantaentrepreneurship.com)
The Metro Atlanta Council for Entrepreneurship is a bold entrepreneurial support initiative from the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. The only organization of its kind in the metro Atlanta region, the Council’s goals are to identify, enable, and promote all innovative, high-growth, high-impact companies and to foster and accelerate the regions entrepreneurial culture. The Council is only open to entrepreneurs with less than 250 employees and their managers. In short, the Council for Entrepreneurship is the one-stop shop for anything and everything related to entrepreneurial and small business growth in the entire metro Atlanta region, bringing the greatest national experts in their fields together with local small business executives and owners to offer solutions to their biggest challenges
The next Executive Roundtable Discussion is scheduled for September 29 from 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm at the Gwinnett Chamber. The event provides the opportunity to discuss pressing issues with fellow chamber members pertaining to finance, leadership, marketing/sales and strategic planning. For more information or to register visit www.atlantaentrepreneurship.com
Gwinnett Technology Forum (www.gwinnetttechnologyforum.com)
The Gwinnett Technology Forum (GTF) provides technology professionals with a unique opportunity to interact and stay abreast of the technology issues, ideas and industry leaders impacting their business and customers. The Forum also provides an environment for stimulating and informative interchange that benefits service providers and non-technical business people responsible for making technology-related decisions
The meetings are the third Tuesday of each month from 7:30—9 am. For more information visit www.gwinnetttechnologyforum.com
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