Thursday, March 28, 2013
Take our Patch poll and tell us if you agree with Mayor Mike Davis, who says the city sits at the top of metro Atlanta's economic scene.
Dunwoody Mayor Mike Davis told the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce this week that the city stands at the pinnacle of metro Atlanta's economic scene. According to the Reporter Newspapers, Davis said, ”We are in the catbird seat right now. We are really in the best place to be right now.” True, Dunwoody has seen a lot of new restaurants and businesses opening up in the city recently. But in 'the catbird seat?' We're not sure. So we want to know what you think. Take our Patch poll and tell us if you agree with Mayor Davis. Is Dunwoody really the top place in Atlanta for new business and economic development? Or are there are some other communities that are equally strong? See Also: Execs: MARTA is 'Secret Weapon' in Bringing Tech Employees to …
Friday, March 1, 2013
The event is set for Monday, March 4, at the newly renovated Outback Steakhouse.
The Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce's biggest monthly networking event is set for Monday, March 4, at the newly renovated Outback Steakhouse, 1220 Ashford Crossing. The event will run from 5:30 to 7 pm.
Friday, February 8, 2013
A ribbon-cutting was held recently at the chamber offices.
Harbortouch has recently joined the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce, and a ribbon cutting was recently held at the chamber's offices. Malcolm Battle, HarborTouch regional manager, said, “The company will be a partner to grow businesses in the community, from small to large.” City Council Mayor Pro-Tem, Denny Shortal welcomed the company on behalf of the citizens of Dunwoody and thanked HarborTouch for joining the chamber. Bill Grant, immediate past chairman of the chamber board, presented Battle with his membership credentials. Harbortouch is a national supplier of point of sale systems, credit card processing equipment and a full range of merchant services. The company offers an unprecedented “free” program that supplies a full-featured POS…
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Business association are in the process of nominating those who will be a part of an October election.
Then Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce is preparing for Oct. 22 elections to its board of directors, according to an e-mail sent Tuesday to chamber members. The board terms are for three years. Those wanting to be considered for a nomination are required to submit a resume, have a signed petition with five members in good standing and then filed with the nominating committee. Seven board members are up for re-election, according to chamber officials. The nominating committee, led by homebuilder Bill Grant, has proposed the renomination of five members for the Board of Directors, according to the e-mail. Members are also being asked for additional nominations. Go here for more information on Dunwoody Chamber business. The nominations from the …