What’s Happening in Nashville? August 2017
Nashville professionals have to make the most of their time. No one has enough time to devote to professional development as they want.
Here are the events you need to know about this month:
Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce events:
Pick Your Place: Chamber Open House
Wednesday, August 9
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
This event is free and open to all Chamber members! At Pick Your Place, you will meet Chamber staff and volunteers who lead the efforts of creating economic development, advancing public education, protecting our business environment and supporting area businesses like yours. Our office will be set up in small conversation areas to allow you to meet our staff and ask questions.
Business Studio: Be The Hero - The Journey of Your Brand Story
Thursday, August 24
3:45 – 6 p.m.
The Chamber’s monthly free small business programming is looking at business storytelling – the best way to draw out emotions, influence decisions and inspire actions. Storytelling can be a way to help your customers connect to the human side of your brand from the start.
See all Chamber events here.
Chamber member events:
Nashville Lifestyles magazine is also hosting their annual Women in Business luncheon on Thursday, August 10. This year, the keynote speaker will be Grammy-award winning vocalist Trisha Yearwood. Though lunch tickets are sold out, you can still attend the program at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Details and tickets can be found here.
The Nashville Business Journal is holding their Inside the C-Suite event, a one-on-one conversation with Bridgestone Americas, Inc. CEO and President Gordon Knapp, on Tuesday, August 15. This event includes networking, a panel discussion, an interview with Knapp and an open bar reception at City Winery. Find out more and purchase tickets here.
Cumberland Region Tomorrow is hosting a the Power of Ten Regional Summit at Music City Center on August 23rd. Hundreds of attendees will participate in agenda-setting sessions on the key issues and opportunities related to preparing for and managing growth and sustaining and enhancing a rich quality of life in the ten-county area.Find out more and register here.