Join the Georgia Chamber this Thursday for the first series of events known collectively as the New Georgia Economy (NGE) Tour. At Georgia Southern University's Armstrong Campus on April 21 at noon, the Georgia Chamber will share gathered data and information from our state's communities towards building a comprehensive planning strategy.
For over a century, the Georgia Chamber has helped businesses and communities mitigate risk, take advantage of opportunities, and better understand our state's changes.
Today, Georgia's society and economy are rapidly changing. The pandemic, coupled with the recession, has changed how we address innovation, what we consider community, how we work, and ultimately how we approach life. We want to explore what comes next and how we plan for the future, from free enterprise, diversity, and talent to healthcare, infrastructure, innovation, and rural Georgia.
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