Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Virginia Peninsula Chamber Hosting Discussion On Accelerating The Economy July 18

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NEWPORT NEWS-The Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with Christopher Newport University, is hosting an upcoming discussion on key issues impacting the region’s economic development.

The event, titled “Rising Tide” and scheduled for Tuesday, July 18, will offer the opportunity for local business owners, industry professionals, academic leaders, and community leaders to gather to address challenges, identify opportunities, and explore innovative strategies. Guest speaker is Dr. William M. Donaldson, director of CNU Small Business Institute and director of the biotechnology and management program at Joseph W. Luter III School of Business.

The discussion will take place starting at 7:30am at the Holiday Inn, 980 Omni Blvd. Tickets are $40, which includes breakfast. Registration is required by July 16. For more information and to register, click here.

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