Member News

Quarterly Meeting of Regional Nonprofits Scheduled for Tuesday, June 19th

Published Thursday, June 14, 2018
Each quarter, the Lake Norman Chamber engages area nonprofits in a roundtable discussion of their activities and events. The purpose is to allow nonprofits to share their mission and current activities so that our organizations can collaborate and assist each other. The last meeting was held March 20th at the Levine & Dickson Hospice House ? more»

June Focus Friday: The Charter School Bill has been Approved ? Where do we go from here?

Published Monday, June 11, 2018
Join us for Focus Friday ? June 15th 8:30 10:00 am The N.C. General Assembly approved HB 514 earlier this month which allows four Charlotte area towns/cities including Huntersville and Cornelius (the others are Mint Hill and Pineville) to open their own Charter Schools. Critics of the bill argued that HB 514 could lead to segregation in the schools while more»

June BusinessWorks: Instagram 101 (Note: June Businessworks is a Lunch n? Learn)

Published Friday, May 25, 2018
Special June BusinessWorks: Lunch n' Learn on Instangram 101 Tuesday, June 12th Noon ? 1:15 pm Everyone seems to be on Instagram, but maybe you?ve been hesitant because you?re not quite sure what to do. What are hashtags and how do I use them? What would I even post? I hear people talking about engagement as a way to build a business. How do I do that? more»

Special Message to the Membership from Bill Russell Regarding I-77

Published Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Lake Norman Chamber Member: On May 16th, the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce formally requested the Secretary of Transportation James Trogdon to strongly consider the recommendations which were made by an overwhelming consensus of the I-77 Policy Advisory Group. Those recommendations include: * Allow I-77 Mobility Partners to complete construction * Upon more»

Friday, June 22nd PowerLuncheon ? Transportation: Are you ready for the Mobility (Re)evolution?

Published Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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 more»

Lake Norman Education Collaborative hosts Third Annual Speed Networking Event at Hopewell High School

Published Tuesday, May 15, 2018
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 more»

May Focus Friday: Workspace 2020 - Changes in the workplace and its impact on real estate

Published Sunday, May 6, 2018
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 more»

Chamber BusinessWorks looks at Hiring - Best Practices Tuesday, May 8th 8:30 am

Published Wednesday, May 2, 2018
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 more»