The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce hosted Mingle on Main Street on June 24 at the Suffolk Visitor Center. With over $116 million in capital invested in 2014, Suffolk has established themselves as a key provider in the economic development of the region. Between the Economic Development Investment Program and the Facade Improvement Program, Suffolk has recognized areas of potential growth and are willing to reinvest in existing commerce as well as new business. The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce recognizes Suffolk as an important factor in the future of commerce in Hampton Roads which is why Mingle on Main Street was not only crucial to forging new relationships within the city but also to acknowledge growth it has produced in the region. Donít miss your chance to network at the next event, Mingle at Towne Bank on September 10, 2015. Check out our event page for upcoming events.
The Hampton Roads Chamber was excited to host Courtney Lynch as the speaker for the first event in the Professional Women's Leadership Series. Courtney gave a dynamic and engaging presentation on what it means to have SPARK and how to utilize that to become an influential and impact leader.