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The Lake Norman and Statesville Chambers of Commerce will be hosting a candidates training program for individuals interested in future elected office. The Institute of Political Leadership of Lake Norman and Iredell County is an introduction to campaigning for local, county, and state office. The three day session will be held on three Saturdays in April/May (April 29, May 13 and 20). It will be held at the Chambers of Commerce and WSIC Radio in Statesville. The program is intended to assist civic-minded citizens who are considering running for political office to campaign in an ethical and effective manner. The…
Focus Friday – Friday, March 17th , 2017 8:30-10 amFocus on Charter & Private Schools and Educational ResourcesLake Norman Chamber of Commerce 19900 West Catawba Ave, Cornelius NC This month, Friday, March 17th from 8:30-10 am, the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce will focus on our Private and Charter Schools which includes Lake Norman Charter School, Community School of Davidson, Cannon School and Liberty Prep Christina Academy. Also included in the presentation are Mathnasium of Huntersville, Omega Learning Center – Lake Norman, and the Lake Norman Education Collaborative. Each educational partner will be afforded a few minutes to introduce themselves…
Session Topic: "Why People Buy - It’s significantly more important than What You Sell!" Sales is a two-way conversation: a buying process and a selling process. Putting both in sync is key to your success. Too often the focus is given only to the sales side of the equation: from prospecting to closing. At this session, we'll address the buying side - the factors that go into each of the phases of the buying process. On Tuesday, March 14th from 8:30-10 am the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce will continue our partnership with SCORE (Small Business Counselors) to host the 2017…
Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce Member: On Monday, at the regularly scheduled meeting of the Lake Norman Chamber Board of Directors, our leadership discussed the controversial issue House Bill 2 (HB2). Regardless of partisanship, many people agree that the unintended consequences of this legislation have had a dramatic economic impact as well as created a negative national perception of North Carolina. At a recent meeting of Corporate CEOs held by your Chamber and Lake Norman Economic Development Corporation, we heard first hand from our corporate executives and human resource personnel who shared their concerns on the impact it was having…
Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce Calendar of EventsMarch 2017 The below is a complete listing of all Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce events for the month of March. For more information about any specific event, please visit LakeNormanChamber.org or call 704-892-1922. 01 5:00 pm Ribbon Cutting, CycleBar Lake Norman, 20601 Torrence Chapel Rd. Cornelius 02 11:30 am Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening, New American Funding, 9525 Birkdale Crossing Dr. Suite 306, Huntersville 02 5:30 pm Business Mixer. Showplace 28, 20924 Torrence Chapel Road, Suite A-2, Cornelius - Networking Event 04 11:00 am Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening, Cheers to Ewe, Yarn Shop,…
Cornelius, NC, February 20, 2017 - One of Charlotte's oldest breweries is expanding into the Lake Norman market. Olde Mecklenburg Brewery has purchased the former MacLean Curtis building in Cornelius with plans to build a new brewery. OMB will keep the existing 51,000 square foot building adjacent the Antiquity neighborhood. OMB's founder, John Marrino: "We are extremely excited about this property. We have a long-term commitment to the Charlotte region and we believe that this site will allow more Charlotteans to experience OMB and our beers first hand." "We are excited that Olde Mecklenburg Brewery chose downtown Cornelius for an…
Charlotte, N.C. –– U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) North Carolina District Office is seeking 15-18 Charlotte and Lake Norman area business owners to apply for the city's next class. This federal training initiative is designed to give them a three-year, tailored strategic growth plan to help bring their business to the next level. “We are looking forward the third Emerging Leaders class in Charlotte. We are seeking firms to participate in this rigorous training that focuses on business executives poised for growth in historically challenged communities,” said SBA North Carolina District Director Lynn Douthett. “In 2017, we aim to provide…
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