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a directory of local community resources and facilities for those in need, including food pantries, shelters, and legal aid.
Articles on various issues that affect consumers.
The primary focus of networking is to meet people and have people meet you. Marketing yourself and your business in relaxed social situations is a low-stress, low-cost way to grow your business.
Networking is rarely taught in business schools, and this self-study course aims to fill the void with 52 weeks of assignments.
This is a practical guide to LinkedIn, a website designed to connect business professionals to share information, get answers and promote themselves and their businesses.
This offers expert advice on how to get the most from networking opportunities.
Join your local business organization and meet valuable contacts at meetings and after-hours events.
Check the Chamber’s calendar often to learn about local networking opportunities.
Monthly meetings provide excellent opportunites to meet local business people.
This group hosts power networking luncheons and free events where you can learn about business opportunities in foreign markets.
This group provides networking opportunites at monthly meetings and after-hours events.
This service organization has weekly meetings featuring speakers from the local business community.
IMPACT Speaker Series brings business leaders from a variety of industries to campus to share their experiences and give advice to students and other entrepreneurs. The weekly series provides students, alumni and the Atlanta business community an opportunity to network and learn from successful entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and notable business and non-profit leaders. These events are free and open to the public.