Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events Sept. 20-24

Thursday, September 16, 2021

Sept. 21, Online: Red Bank/Signal Mountain Council Meeting

noon-1 p.m.

Join us on the second Tuesday of the month for networking and a great program. Peter Stewart, the Chattanooga City Forester, will come to speak to the council about some of the work being done in our area.

Register here.

No cost.

 

Sept.

22, ONLINE: Southside After-Hours

5:30-6:30 p.m.

Join the Southside Council as they host a Virtual After Hours. Grab your favorite drink and come make connections from the Southside.

Register here.

No cost.

 

Sept. 23, IN-PERSON: Enterprise Gateway Council Meeting

8:15-9:30 a.m.

Chattanooga Food Bank: 3209 Wilcox Blvd.

Join us on the fourth Thursday of the month for networking and a great program.

Register here.

No cost.

 

Sept. 24, IN-PERSON: MidTown Council | Coffee & Networking

8-9 a.m.

CHA Airport - Top Floor of New Parking Garage: 1001 Airport Rd.

In lieu of the September program, we will host a coffee and networking on the top deck of the new CHA Airport parking garage. The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport is proud to announce the opening of a new multi-level parking garage to provide unparalleled convenience for passengers who choose to fly in and out of Chattanooga each year. CHA Airport will validate all parking tickets and we will be accepting donations to benefit the Brainerd Community Food Pantry.

Register here.

No cost.

 

Sept. 24, Virtual Event: Scenic City Summit 2021, Presented by Chattanooga Technology Council

 

8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

 

Virtual Event

 

Join ChaTech for Chattanooga's largest local IT professional development conference! SCS connects professionals across industries, platforms, and businesses to share new methodologies, emerging technologies and practical knowledge on unique, engaging topics. This year includes 6 Content-Specific Tracks, 36 Sessions, 20 Speakers and 2 Key Notes.

 

Register here.

 

$25

 

Sept. 24, IN-PERSON: YPC + Lunch: Negotiating Your Compensation Package

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Waterhouse Pavilion: 850 Market St.

Join YPC for a discussion as business leaders, Deborah Duncan, Chief Business Officer at Designer Drugs Pharmacy, and Amanda Johns, Director HR, Enterprise Business Partnerships at Tennessee Valley Authority, share powerful negotiation techniques, real-life experiences, and career insights.

Register here.

$12

 


Alderman Enterprises Acquires Micro Metals, Inc. Of Jamestown

SCORE Chattanooga Announces Leadership Change

Croy Adds Staff In Chattanooga With Hire Of Jeremy Sims, PE


Alderman Enterprises, a Chattanooga-based evergreen investment firm, announces the acquisition of its fifth portfolio company, Micro Metals, Inc. Located in Jamestown, Tn., Micro Metals is ... (click for more)

Steven Moore will be taking over as the incoming Chapter Chair for SCORE Chattanooga as of Oct. 18. Mr. Moore joined SCORE as a volunteer mentor in April 2021. He is a retired public-school ... (click for more)

Full-service consulting firm Croy Engineering announced the addition of Jeremy Sims, PE as a senior project manager. Based at Croy’s Chattanooga office location, Mr. Sims will support the firm’s ... (click for more)



Business

Alderman Enterprises Acquires Micro Metals, Inc. Of Jamestown

Alderman Enterprises, a Chattanooga-based evergreen investment firm, announces the acquisition of its fifth portfolio company, Micro Metals, Inc. Located in Jamestown, Tn., Micro Metals is a manufacturer of powder metal parts serving the automotive and general manufacturing industries. Founded in 1976, Micro Metals has grown to nearly 100 employees and has built a reputation ... (click for more)

SCORE Chattanooga Announces Leadership Change

Steven Moore will be taking over as the incoming Chapter Chair for SCORE Chattanooga as of Oct. 18. Mr. Moore joined SCORE as a volunteer mentor in April 2021. He is a retired public-school administrator, having worked as an executive director of finance and administration, assistant superintendent, and superintendent at a number of public schools in Massachusetts. Mr. Moore ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Steam Logistics To Add 400 Jobs And Renovate John Ross Building; Firm Will Seek 9-Year Office PILOT Tax Break

Steam Logistics officials announced that the company will expand its existing operations in downtown Chattanooga, creating more than 400 new jobs. Founded in 2012, the Chattanooga-based logistics business will invest $6.8 million to expand its operations into the historic John Ross building, which will adjoin Steam Logistics’ existing offices at the corner of Broad and Fourth ... (click for more)

58-Year Old Woman Shot On Emma Kate Drive Late Monday Afternoon

A 58-year old woman was shot late Monday afternoon on Emma Kate Drive. At approximately 5:36 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to the 2000 block of Emma Kate Drive on a report of a person shot. Upon arrival, officers located a woman suffering from gunshot wounds and secured the scene. The victim was transported to a local hospital by Hamilton County EMS with non-life threatening ... (click for more)

Opinion

Tennessee Fans Hit A New Low - And Response (2)

Tennessee Vols fans hit a new low at the end of the UTK vs Ole Miss last evening. Maybe Lane Kiffin did us wrong when he left Knoxville for his dream team back in 2009, however, the crass and repulsive behavior of a large number of Tennessee fans didn’t reflect on Kiffin, it reflected on the great state of Tennessee. Has society really reduced itself to believing that reducing ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Beware Of The Cobra

Over the weekend my “Morning Readings” included a lesson that economists teach called the Cobra Effect. Jon Miltimore is the Managing Editor of the Foundation for Economic Education in Atlanta and his ‘FEE.org’ is a highly respected conservative libertarian economic think tank. In his story you are about to read, he claims economists around the world speak often on The Cobra Effect. ... (click for more)