News and Notes February 2, 2016
The following is a summary of policy information concerning the top legislative initiatives of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce.
"To change the way Virginia ages, TIDEWATER HOME CARE provides at home care and support for the disabled and elderly in Tidewater."
Chamber Day at the Capitol
The Chambers of Commerce in the Commonwealth made a strong appearance January 27th in Richmond at the General Assembly. There were over 30 Chambers represented at the Virginia State Chamber, Chamber Day at the Capitol. Hampton Roads was represented by more than 70 people including the LEAD Hampton Roads Class of 2016.
Greetings Chamber Members
On behalf of your staff team here at the chamber, I wanted to take this opportunity to communicate with each of you prior to the 2016 General Assembly session. We want you to know that we will be in Richmond throughout the sixty day session representing the business interests of our members. As your lead lobbyist I pledge to each of you that we will clearly communicate the needs of our members and our region through direct communication with our twenty nine State Senators and Delegates and with testimony before General Assembly Committees. You will be able to follow our activities daily through social media and weekly through our News and Notes digest of business related legislative activity.
Hampton Roads Society for Human Resource Management presents: Its 2016. Do you know where HR is going? on February 11
Bryan K. Stephens, Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, spoke to the Health, Welfare, and Institution Committee
Property Donated by Bank of America
The Executive Briefing of 2016. Seating is limited.
The Honorable Mayor was welcomed with a standing ovation at the Virginia Beach Board of Directors meeting on February 3. Virginia Beach Board President Joe Taylor stressed that the Hampton Roads Chamber supports the Mayor and his vision for the city and the region.
Community College: The Platform for Change Gala
Saturday, April 23, 2016