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Electric vehicles, shared-ride services, and autonomous technology look increasingly to revolutionize mobility and the form of our communities. As places continue to mature and densify, the demands on the mobility system will become increasingly important and will not be limited to the largest cities. Small and mid-sized communities will have the opportunity to embrace the benefits of this mobility revolution at the same time that they avoid the pitfalls. From parking to streetscapes, the technology has huge implications for investments that communities are making today. On Friday, June 22nd from 11:45 am until 1:15 pm, the Lake Norman Chamber will…
For more information contact: Melinda Bales 704-728-9643 Huntersville, N.C. - April 30, 2018 The Lake Norman Education Collaborative, in partnership with the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce, Lake Norman EDC and Hopewell High School’s Academies of Engineering and Hospitality and Tourism hosted the 3rd Annual Speed Networking Event at Hopewell High School in Huntersville NC on April 24, 2018. This workforce development event is designed to allow students an opportunity to network with business professionals in the career fields that interest them. The students are currently involved in courses designed to prepare them for careers after high school. The speed…
Join us for Focus Friday - May 18th! 8:30 10:00 am The Amazon HQ2 search turned site selection and the image of the future workplace on its head. Now learn about how companies are changing the way they view new locations to attract talent to their workplace (Millennials). Kathleen Rose with Rose and Associates will lead a discussion on: New Criteria for Selecting SpaceAttracting Talent: Millennial MagnetsWorkspace – New environments including co-working space and office design, meant to attract talentAnd Regional and Local Examples of new work environments for entrepreneurs and tech companies The Focus Friday takes on Friday, May…
May BusinessWorks! - Tuesday, May 8th 8:30-10 am Hiring Best Practices - Finding the Right Candidate and Staying Compliant Join us Tuesday, May 8th from 8:30 am until 10 am as we look at the Best Practices when it comes to hiring that new employee. Our speaker is Deanna Baumgardner, PHR, SHRM-CP, President and Owner of Employers Advantage, LLC. In this fast paced interactive seminar, we will, discuss: Finding the Right Candidate and staying Compliant. Key take-aways include: • How to simplify the hiring process• Do’s and Don’ts of interviewing• Preparing for a new hire• All attendees will get a…
Is your business positioned to capture the spending driven by women? Join us for an interactive discussion on how women influence purchases and how to market your business to this important demographic. Thursday, May 38:00 - 9:00 a.m.The Stoner Group16810 Kenton Drive Suite 310Huntersville, NC 28078 Coffee and light refreshments will be served. Seating is limited. SpeakerMichelle L. Smith, MSW, LCSWOwner and ClinicianCounseling Associates at the Lake, Inc. Philip J. DeLuca, MSW, LCSWCounseling Associates at the Lake, Inc. Sharon SimpsonSales ManagerLake Norman Currents Magazine RSVP by Monday, April 30Cindy [email protected]
ActionCOACH David Dowdy is hosting a Free Lunch and Learn this Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm.  It will be held in the Randy Marion Board Room Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce 19900 West Catawba Avenue in Cornelius Suite 201.The title of the Business Owners Workshop is:  The Value Of A Business Is In The Profit It Generates: Predictably... Reliably...Without YOU, The Owner Learn the keys to higher profits, less hours, a stronger team, a smoother business. You'll learn: - How to work ON your business instead of IN your business- How to turn your advertising…
“Truth, Courage, and Empowerment: Don’t Be Silent” The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce Diversity Council will host the Sixth Annual Women’s Conference at The Peninsula Club, 19101 Peninsula Club Drive in Cornelius on Thursday, April 19th from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. The theme of this year’s conference is “Truth, Courage, and Empowerment: Don’t Be Silent.” Major Patricia Brown, Sr. Program Developer, Law Enforcement Training for Central Piedmont Community College – Merancas Campus, is the Chair of the 2018 Conference. “This past year a great deal of focus has been placed on sexual harassment and #MeToo Movement. Our Diversity Council…
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