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State Legislators Should Pause and Amend Key Legislation in Upcoming Reconvened Session
As we enter another week of Virginia’s State of Emergency related to containing the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19, Virginia is facing an economic crisis in unprecedented proportions.
How to Look Your Best in Virtual Meetings
Tips from Wayne Pellenberg, Owner and Executive Producer of Neptune Video Creations.
Going From Disaster to Growth
The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic has wreaked havoc throughout the small business community in the region’s 18 cities and counties. Recovery from the tremendous damage that has been inflicted is a long-term process.
SBDC Receives $40,000 Grant from Truist
Virginia can’t let wind opportunity blow by
We need clear policies and investments from state leaders to keep Virginia relevant (photo taken from Virginian Pilot)
Regionalism Not Partisanship
Bryan K. Stephens spoke with Hampton Roads Weekly magazine.
Regionalism, Not Partisanship
Virginia is in the midst of a historic transfer in leadership in the Virginia General Assembly. Regardless of party affiliation, it’s important to remember that regionalism and collaboration among party leaders are essential for the business community of Hampton Roads and the Commonwealth. We must come together to ensure that new legislation coming out of Richmond favors the business community.
757 Is More Than an Area Code
757 is much more than an area code!
Chamber and business community support United Way
I am proud and humbled to serve as both the president and CEO of the Hampton Roads Chamber and as a board member for the United Way of South Hampton Roads.
Protect right to work
For 72 years, Virginia has remained a right-to-work state, guaranteeing that no person can be required to, as a condition of employment, join or pay dues to a labor union.
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