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Receive the latest Nashville Area Chamber news via e-mail by subscribing to the Chamber's e-newsletters. These electronic information tools will allow you to stay abreast of issues that can affect your business, and provide you with a vehicle for engagement.

Monday Morning Report
A weekly quick-read e-newsletter spotlighting Chamber events, programs and activities.
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The EDGE (formerly called Small Business Wire)
This monthly e-newsletter takes a 30,000-foot perspective on entrepreneurship and business ownership. It is designed to help develop your leadership skills, hone your strategic thinking, grow your business, and to engage you, as a community leader as well as a business leader.
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HR Notes
Stay abreast of the latest trends, tools and news in recruiting and retaining quality employees.
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International Business Council Events and News
This bimonthly e-newsletter advises subscribers of upcoming international business events in Middle Tennessee.
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Public Policy Action Alerts

The Chamber strives to engage the area’s public and private sectors in a common goal of creating prosperity for our communities and our residents. We regularly work with elected officials on issues and programs that move our city and region forward. Subscribers to this list will receive periodic alerts encouraging them to contact their elected officials on specific local, state and federal elected issues that affect businesses.
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WorkIT Nashville Advocate Updates
The WorkIT Advocates are a prestigious group of individuals who love the Nashville region and are passionate about the thriving technology community.  WorkIT Advocates will receive updates twice a month about the WorkIT Nashville campaign. We ask that they share WorkIT Nashville news on their social media networks, and they also have the opportunity to submit guest blog posts for the campaign. 
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YP Nashville Monthly
The Chamber and YP Nashville publish this monthly e-newsletter about local issues pertaining to the young professional demographic.
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