Business leaders connect with wounded warriors on the golf course
Propel is an innovative small business mentor-protege program designed to provide existing small business owners with education and training through its seven-week entrepreneurial boot camp, as well as technical assistance provided by the SBDC and mentoring provided by area successful business owners.
The Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerces Hampton Roads Business Political Action Committee (HRBizPAC) uses VA FREE data to make endorsements on incumbent legislators.
More than 40 Hampton Roads police officers, firefighters and first responders honored as part of the Chambers Valor Awards
Lt. Jason Redman shared his journey with the Navy SEALs, Wounded Warrior, and his notable company, Wounded Wear.
Mayor Krasnoff delivered his annual Chesapeake State of the City Address on April 15, 2015
Military families and professionals from the business community attended the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce's Military Recognition Reception on April 10.
This event showcased nearly 100 community businesses and allowed large-scale networking as well an opportunity for new products and services to be introduced in Hampton Roads.
Portsmouth Mayor Kenneth Wright provides an update on the citys key business development initiatives, municipal progress updates and opportunities on April 2, 2015.
Wind, Transportation and the Coverage Gap