Join Partnership Gwinnett, in collaboration with ChooseATL, at After 5 Gwinnett! This unique, one of a kind event gives employers the opportunity to introduce their organization’s interns to Gwinnett County in an out-of-office setting. After 5 Gwinnett focuses on positioning the region as an ideal place for them to live, work, and play, which in […]
The Amazing Entrepreneur contest supports and promotes startups in Gwinnett County. Your sponsorship will not only help create an entrepreneurial culture in the community, but will also expose new business owners to products and services as they make first-time decisions regarding which vendors they should bring in as partners.
This prestigious black tie-optional dinner is attended by more than 1,000 Chamber members in celebration of past successes and welcome new leadership. Held at the Infinite Energy Forum, the event is the Chamber’s largest event of the year and features the presentation of numerous community and leadership awards.
This is Gwinnett’s largest networking event usually held the third Thursday of every month with a yearly average of more than 2,400 business and community leaders in attendance. It is the perfect event to generate exposure for your company and is ideal for promoting new locations and grand openings.
Toss your coat and tie and join the Gwinnett Chamber for the Button Down Dash. Encouraging friendly competition among businesses, co-workers, friends and family, this event brings metro Atlanta’s citizens together for a race starting and finishing at the Gwinnett Chamber and culminating in a celebration for all to enjoy.
The Dine In Gwinnett website has been established to attract community members who seek local dining options and affords restaurants a unique opportunity for enhanced exposure.
This invitation-only golf tournament is exclusively for Chairman’s Club members, their top executives and decision makers, statewide economic development leaders and elected officials. The day offers opportunities to mingle with the movers and shakers of Gwinnett’s business community.
This annual event is a meet and greet for all new Chairman’s Club members who joined January through December of the previous year. It is a private, invitation-only event for the new Chairman’s Club members.
Chairman’s Club receptions provide an opportunity for elite business leaders to meet for high-powered networking and socializing. Attendees are recognized leaders in the community who express a genuine interest in the economic development and the continued success of Gwinnett County.
This breakfast meeting encourages new Chairman’s Club members to become involved with the Chamber. Chairman’s Club businesses are the recognized elite leaders in the community who express a genuine interest in the economic development and continued success of Gwinnett County.
Increase productivity and reduce your company’s workers’ compensation premiums up to 7.5% when you join Drugs Don’t Work. This unique program educates Gwinnett employers about the elimination, intervention and prevention of substance abuse in the workplace.
The Economic Development Breakfast Series will offer Partnership Gwinnett investors, community partners, and business leaders an opportunity to be the first to know and learn about community and economic development initiatives and trends in Gwinnett County.
Beginning with a breakfast reception and ending with a 300-person awards ceremony, with a full day of play in between, the Fall Classic provides many business building opportunities.
The Gwinnett Family Fest features free admission, live entertainment and children’s activities, including rides, games and more! Business, merchandise, arts and crafts and food vendors have a unique opportunity to connect with the community, gain exposure or sell their goods.
To provide a forum that offering quality professional development programs, networking opportunities and philanthropic projects that enhance and engage women leaders in Gwinnett County and across metro Atlanta.
The Gwinnett Technology Forum (GTF) provides technology professionals a unique opportunity to interact and stay abreast of technology issues, ideas and industry leaders impacting their business and customers. The Forum also provides an environment for stimulating an informative interchange that benefits service providers and non-technical business people responsible for making technology-related decisions.
This leadership program contributes to the personal and professional development of young professionals and prepares them for positions of increasing responsibility, both within their organizations and as citizens of Georgia.
This networking group is designed to build relationships, support professional development and generate leads. This is the perfect opportunity to work with like-minded professionals who wish to grow their business and their network by meeting new people in new industries.
This program honors leading individuals and organizations making a significant impact in Gwinnett County’s and metro Atlanta’s healthcare industry. Designations raise awareness and provide examples of best practices to emulate, while enhancing the quality of care.
The Department of Labor event is an annual event that provides a unique forum to discuss developing issues related to the governing laws of the Department of Labor. Speakers from the Georgia and U.S. Department of Labor share information and new findings to the regulations.
The Employment Law Seminar is designed to educate businesses on workplace issues. This seminar can help your company take proactive measures to stay compliant with ever-changing labor and employment laws. This is targeted for human resource professionals, supervisors & managers, business owners, CEOs and CFOs.
Designed to be reflective and unique to Gwinnett and across the metro Atlanta area, the IMPACT Regional Business Awards honors premier organizations in top industries that are driving economic development and job creation, while enhancing our quality of life.
Honoring key city, county, federal, state and school board officials, this reception aligns your organization with the area’s most influential business and community leaders.
Through excellent, engaging speakers, this event highlights topics that are current and relevant to the Manufacturing & Supply Chain Industries. The Forum is an exclusive invite-only breakfast event that is hosted at manufacturing and supply chain companies located in Gwinnett County. In addition to the program, a tour of the company’s facility will immediately follow.
The annual membership, sponsorship and advertising campaign builds the overall resources of the Chamber. The campaign utilizes a large, active and engaged group of volunteers from the business community, many of whom participate each year.
Join more than 250 developers, commercial real estate brokers, elected officials, business leaders and community development experts from across the Metro Atlanta region for a day of networking and learning about upcoming redevelopment projects, trends affecting the industry and best practices from successful redevelopment projects from around the region.
The annual Movers & Makers Awards recognize exceptional Gwinnett-based businesses in the manufacturing and supply chain management industries. Past winners include WestRock, WIKA Instrument, LP, Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating, Suniva, Gwinnett Technical College, National DCP and Heatcraft Worldwide Refrigeration.
The New Company Reception is an annual invitation-only event that brings together companies that have expanded in or moved to Gwinnett County during the past 12 months. It provides an opportunity for companies to introduce themselves and share the details of their growth and expansion. This is also an exclusive meet-and-greet for Partnership Gwinnett Investors […]
The Partnership Gwinnett Summit is an annual event that brings together influential business, community and elected leaders to review the county’s success in growing companies, jobs and wealth. The event also provides an opportunity to explore new ideas, emerging themes, community and economic development trends and best practices.
In a tightening talent market, securing your organization’s future human resources can start with developing work-based learning opportunities. The Partnership Gwinnett Talent Series provides professionals and community leaders the opportunity to interact and stay informed on the workforce issues that are impacting their businesses, and provides insight on how to develop the best solutions for […]
Principal for a Day provides business leaders a firsthand, authentic look at the operations of today’s schools and the principals who lead them. They will observe, up-close and personally, the rewards, challenges and satisfaction that come with being the instructional and managerial leader of a modern public school.
The Redevelopment Peer Tour is an annual invitation-only event that brings Gwinnett elected and appointed officials to peer communities in metro Atlanta and beyond to learn about redevelopment trends, best practices, opportunities and successes.
This workshop series provides small business owners and their staff a variety of opportunities to gain the tools necessary and to learn about resources available to be successful in every aspect of business. Eat & Educate Workshops (Monthly) Educational workshops provided with an emphasis on small business needs. This series provides small business owners with […]
A full day of resources, tools, strategies and education for small businesses. Attendees choose from educational breakout sessions on multiple topics or just attend to browse the extensive Small Business Resource Fair to gain valuable assistance and resources to help their business grow.
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash will review past achievements as well as unveil the vision for the future.
The Strategic Leadership Visit allows Gwinnett community and business leaders to meet with their peers in like-minded communities across the country to learn best practices in the areas of the arts, tourism, education, economic development, transportation and redevelopment.
The STAR program begins each year in participating high schools throughout Georgia when the STAR student is named and chooses a STAR teacher to share in this recognition. STAR students and their teachers are honored by the Chamber at a luncheon recognizing district winners.
This special luncheon pays tribute to Gwinnett’s public safety professionals. The program presents the following awards: the Medal of Valor; the Lifesaving Award; the Public Safety Award, Public Safety Unit of the Year, Communications Officer of the Year and the Purple Heart.
The Washington, D.C. Fly-In allows Gwinnett’s business and community leaders the unique opportunity to meet one-on-one with senators and congressmen, as well as a host of national policy makers. Individuals are able to share views on federal legislation and regulatory policies that will impact business and our community.