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W. James Allen of Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce Graduates from Institute for Organization Management

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The 2024 Students2Work Internship Program is officially underway. Students2Work is a partnership between the Augusta Metro Chamber and the...

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Leadership Augusta hosted their 2024 Executive Forum this past week. The Executive Forum is an intensive two-and-a-half day retreat for executives....

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With the famous Red Carpet tent coming down this week, the Chamber would be remiss if we did not highlight both the importance and magnitude this...

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Members of the Chamber’s Board had a full agenda this week at their March meeting, which was particularly focused on some great outcomes from...

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Women's History Month is an annual observance to highlight the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. The Chamber's...

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The availability of historic tax credits for both residential and commercial redevelopment of historic buildings is an important tool to not only...

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The Chamber has been an active advocate on the passage of HB 880 this session which passed the House unanimously On Tuesday. HB 880 provides for...

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Nearly 50 community leaders from both the private and public sectors spent the day in Atlanta learning more about the issues critical to our region...

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Area manufacturers had the opportunity to learn more about the new Augusta-Richmond County ambulance provider and EMS services at its recent...

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Edmond Thompson, Vice President of Engineering, Technology and Capital, Nitrogen and Phosphate with Nutrien, has been appointed by the Augusta Metro...

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For its first board meeting of the year, Chamber board members had a busy agenda including an update from Mayor Garnett Johnson who commented on the...

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