New Opportunities and Improvements of Chamber Programs
With Accreditation came new opportunities for the Garland Chamber’s programs for its members. Take a look at what opportunities and improvements benefit you and your company.
Changing monthly luncheons to quarterly luncheons have been a huge success! The Garland Chamber is excited to introduce yet another feature to make this event valuable, pre-assigned seating. Offering pre-assigned seating will help form strong partnerships within its membership, with the opportunity to find a referral partner, center of influence, or a prospect.
To learn more about pre-assigned seating at SPARK luncheons, please contact Liza Ceniceros at (469) 326-7477 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Propel: Young Professionals
Propel is all about creating opportunities for Garland area young professionals to succeed, which is why all Propel events and activities are developed and facilitated by the Propel Leadership Team and Propel Committees. The Garland Chamber is looking for new committee members!
The Steering Committee’s purpose is to develop and guide programs that will engage Garland area young professionals between the ages of 21 and 40 to participate in networking, service, professional development activities. Programs should be fun and appealing to the target demographic while maintaining a focus of creating opportunities for professional development and individual success. The Steering Committee consists of 10 individuals, including a Chair and Vice Chair. The Committee will also include a Garland Chamber staff representative, whose term will not expire.
To learn more, contact Jenna McWethy at (469) 326-7412 or at email@example.com.
The Garland Chamber has heard the micro business community and merging the BOLD Series and Small Business Council Workshops! To offer better learning opportunities for Garland start-up businesses and growing small businesses, the chamber will provide monthly workshops in topics of marketing, banking, taxes, business law, human resources, CPA, and SBDC counseling. Working closely with Judith Collins from the SBDC office, these topics will touch reoccurring needs business owners have as they start their local business.
To learn more, contact Andrea Tamez at (469) 326-7464 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.All News
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*Select classes are no cost to company or participant. For more info, call Shaun at (214) 360-1200