The Montgomery County Veterans Coalition and the Bureau of Better Business in Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky will host a business panel and networking event titled “Thrive as a Veteran-Owned Business and Survive the Pandemic.” The event will take place on September 28th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at Clarksville, Freedom Point.
This business event provides information to prepare veterans for a successful business future while embracing the new normal. Topics covered include workforce development, supply change challenges, and the impact of inflation.
“This event has been a long-awaited one,” said Shelly Pickering, executive director of the Montgomery County Veterans Union. We are launching a guide to business for consumers to take advantage of this free resource to help guide them to veteran-owned businesses.”
Melanie Thompson, Senior Regional Vice President, Better Business Bureau, Central Tennessee and Southern Kentucky, also said: do both. ”
At the premiere Veteran Business Event, veteran and Echo Power Engineering President and CEO Joe Maynard, APSU Vice President of Administration and Finance Shahrooz Roohparva, Montgomery County HR Director Michelle Lowe, Middle Tennessee and Southern BBB’s Robin Householder joins us as an expert panelist. KY, Dr. Mickey Hepner, APSU Dean College of Business and Mark Kelly, Keller Williams Air Assault Team, Clarksville Chamber of Commerce President.
To learn about and register for upcoming events, visit Eventbrite and search for Surviving to Thriving Post-Pandemic. You can also email CC Wheeler firstname.lastname@example.org or call 931-249-9370.