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Gwinnett Chamber Releases 2022 Public Policy Agenda
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Gwinnett Chamber Releases 2022 Public Policy Agenda

Business Climate, Education, and Infrastructure Among the Key Areas of Focus Gwinnett County, GA – January 13, 2022 – The Gwinnett Chamber has released its 2022 Public Policy Agenda as the Georgia General Assembly returns to session. Adopted by its Board of Directors last November, the agenda identifies policy issues that impact business at the...

Gwinnett Chamber Leads Business Delegation to Washington D.C.
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Gwinnett Chamber Leads Business Delegation to Washington D.C.

The Gwinnett Chamber recently led a business delegation to the nation’s Capital for its annual Washington D.C. Fly-In, presented by Jackson EMC. The Fly-In organizes business and community leaders to collectively meet with Gwinnett’s Congressional Delegation and hear from policy executives with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. This year’s program also included a private tour...

Gwinnett Chamber & Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council sign agreement
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Gwinnett Chamber & Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council sign agreement

On Sept. 21, the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC) held a memorandum of understanding ceremony to formalize a partnership. Preceding the ceremony, the county commissioners, led by Chairwoman Nicole Love Hendrickson, presented a proclamation recognizing Sept. 20 through Sept. 24 as Minority Business Opportunity Week. “The GMSDC is...

Gwinnett Chamber launches 2021 elections page
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Gwinnett Chamber launches 2021 elections page

While the 2020 elections centered around national, state, and county elections, this year’s election will cover municipal seats. Typically, odd-numbered years are when city mayor and city council races take place. Gwinnett is home to 16 cities, most of any county in Georgia. Citizens living within city limits will have the opportunity to vote for...

Gwinnett Chamber hosts Key Leadership Reception
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Gwinnett Chamber hosts Key Leadership Reception

The Gwinnett Chamber honored elected officials in Gwinnett County at the chamber’s 15th annual Key Leadership Reception at the 1818 Club. Presented by AT&T, the annual hob nob event brings together elected officials from the federal, state, and local levels to connect with business leaders in Gwinnett. County Commissioners, Constitutional Officers, judges, city officials, school...

Gwinnett Chamber hosts Consul General of Japan in Atlanta
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Gwinnett Chamber hosts Consul General of Japan in Atlanta

The Gwinnett Chamber was pleased to host Consul General Kazuyuki Takeuchi in Gwinnett. Consul General Takeuchi joined the Consulate-General of Japan in Atlanta in September 2019. Prior to his appointment in Atlanta, Consul General Takeuchi served as Deputy Head of Mission at the Japanese Embassy in Vienna, Austria. His foreign diplomatic missions also include posts...

Transportation and infrastructure update in Congress
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Transportation and infrastructure update in Congress

Last week, the Gwinnett Chamber was joined by two members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. U.S. Representatives Carolyn Bourdeaux and Hank Johnson spoke on recent legislative developments on infrastructure in Congress. Hosted at Eagle Rock Distributing Company in Norcross and sponsored by Gateway 85, the luncheon was attended by chamber board members, public...

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