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Celebrating the spirit of enterprise
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Celebrating the spirit of enterprise

Before the COVID-19 pandemic caused an untimely recession and global health crisis, the U.S. economy was at the peak of historic economic recovery. From record-low unemployment to exponential job growth and billions of dollars of economic investment, millions of Georgians have benefited from the past decade of economic prosperity. Much of the positive economic impacts...

2020 Legislative Session Recap
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2020 Legislative Session Recap

After lawmakers reconvened from the pandemic-interrupted session, the 2020 Legislative Session concluded on Friday, June 26 as lawmakers maximized the remaining 11 days prioritizing legislation to pass and send to the Governor’s desk. Highlighted below are some key takeaways. $25.9 Billion Fiscal 2021 State Budget Lawmakers had the pressing task of passing an adjusted budget...

Gwinnett Chamber small businesses featured on Business RadioX
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Gwinnett Chamber small businesses featured on Business RadioX

Business RadioX’s show, “The Voice of Business” features and highlights businesses and business leaders that are members of the Gwinnett Chamber. This month’s show featured some of our small business members, Reggie Mobley of Mobley HVAC, Reno Borgognoni CPA and Pierina Anderson of Twin Kookies and Sweets. To listen, CLICK HERE.

HB 426 sent to Governor Kemp’s desk
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HB 426 sent to Governor Kemp’s desk

On Tuesday, June 23, the Georgia General Assembly passed House Bill 426, commonly known as the Hate Crimes Bill, and it now heads to Governor Brian Kemp’s desk for signature. The bill enhances penalties to a person convicted of a crime based on the victim’s race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, mental disability,...

Gwinnett Chamber’s hybrid membership luncheon sets example for chambers across the nation
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Gwinnett Chamber’s hybrid membership luncheon sets example for chambers across the nation

After several months of popular online educational and networking opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic, Gwinnett Chamber was excited to welcome back its members for in-person events. The weekly networking group, Gwinnettworking, hosted its first in-person meeting on Friday, June 12, and Gwinnett Chamber’s monthly membership luncheon, On Topic, kicked off Thursday, June 18, at the...

Chambers of Commerce band together to support passage of anti-crime bill
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Chambers of Commerce band together to support passage of anti-crime bill

Gwinnett Chamber President and CEO Nick Masino recently announced the chamber’s board approved the support of passage of HB426, in partnership with the Korean-American Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta-Georgia, the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and the Chinese Business Association of Atlanta. Georgia is one of only five states without hate crimes laws, and the Gwinnett Chamber believes the 2019 passage of HB426,...

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Gwinnett Young Professionals Intern

Gwinnett Young Professionals (GYP) Intern Job Summary  Gwinnett Young Professionals (GYP) is seeking an individual who seeks to learn about strategic program development and execution. In this position, you can expect to learn the ins-and-outs of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, specifically the Gwinnett Young Professionals (GYP) initiative. You will be mentored by the GYP Program...

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First Impressions Concierge

About the Gwinnett Chamber:  With nearly 2,300-member organizations, the Gwinnett Chamber serves as the collective voice of business. Success does not happen by accident. What we do makes a difference for the greater good of the community. Would you like to be a part of this circle of influence? About the position:  We are passionate about putting our members...

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