As an impactful advocate and inspiring ignitor the Hampton Roads Chamber is proud to be able to spotlight leaders in Hampton Roads
The Hampton Roads Chamber is honored to receive a Community Impact Award from CoVaBiz and Coastal Virginia Magazine on November 2, 2017.
Norfolk Southern CEO James Squires was consistently complementary of the Hampton Roads Chamber’s work developing the region during his Chamber Leadership address on November 2. “We have a commonality of mission. Our basic mission of helping this region and the economy grow.”
Do you know your brand? Is it fresh? Do your customers know what you offer and is it different now than it was when you first started your business? These are the type questions Ken Wayland and Ha Koehler of Free Agents Marketing say you should ask yourself about your business.
The Hampton Roads Sports Commission is committed to providing opportunities for businesses to collaborate and make lasting connections.
Jill Vogel has a bold plan to restore liberty to Virginia. The Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor outlined much of that plan for the Hampton Roads Chamber on Tuesday October 24th.
Great leadership can lead to great change, and the Hampton Roads Chamber is doing everything we can to be proactive in igniting that change. The Chamber is honored to be partnering with Old Dominion University’s Strome College of Business and Dean Jeff Tanner for the 2017 – 2018 Chamber Strome Business Series.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry will welcome the Hampton Roads Chamber guests on our Inter-Regional Visit to Nashville. Mayor Barry is the first female to lead the Music City.