Due to the uncertainty of the current health crisis impacting us locally and around the globe, the originally scheduled Leadercast® —Positive Disruption LIVE broadcast in May has been postponed locally to a rebroadcast on Friday, Sept. 18, hosted by the Chamber, at First Baptist Church Cleveland. The timely 2020 event theme is “Positive Disruption,” which calls upon leaders of all levels to shake up the status quo and drive opportunities for innovation. The following are the experts that will show
Bradley County Business Community Update As we struggle to operate in our “new normal”, the Chamber of Commerce staff has been working to compile resources for you and your business ranging from best practices in the workplace to links to applying for SBA Disaster Loans. “We have created these resources in our Member Information Center (MIC) located within our membership software,” shared Bernadette Douglas, Chamber Executive Vice President. “If you have not created a login for the MIC,
Under the current extreme circumstances impacting the globe with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce has taken several proactive and strategic measures in hopes of best assisting and facilitating communications for our entire community as follows:1. We have set up a specific link located on this site labeled directly above as “News & Community Business Updates” for the purpose of shared key information and updates on our member businesses. Similar to the “Community Events
As the late, Nelson Mandela said best, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual ‘Salute to Education’ to honor system-level, building-level ‘Teachers of the Year’, a 22-year tradition. Teachers from the Bradley County and Cleveland City School Systems were celebrated, surrounded by their families, peers, educational administrators and community leaders, with a Chamber maximum capacity crowd. “Education
Chamber to Present 27th Small Businessperson of the Year AwardThe 2020 Mel Bedwell Award luncheon, slated for Monday, May 11 at the Museum Center at 5ive Points, will recognize the 27th Small Businessperson of the year award recipient. The annual awards luncheon will also kick off a month-long focus on the contributions of small business to the economic well-being of Cleveland/Bradley County. The Small Business Committee of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce presents this annual recognition event.
Hear nine influential change-makers at Leadercast® Live 2020—Positive Disruption on Thursday, May 7, simulcast at First Baptist Church Cleveland, located at 1275 Stuart Road. Become a part of the world’s largest one-day leadership event being hosted by the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce as an attendee or partner by visiting the events calendar on www.ClevelandChamber.com. The 2020 event theme is “Positive Disruption,” which calls upon leaders of all levels to shake up the status quo and drive