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The Charleston Metro Chamber has created four Local Area Chambers in order to provide members increased access as well as information on issues vital to our communities.
One of the way each of the Local Area Chambers will deliver relevant information on hot topics is through the Business in your Backyard (BIYB) series. Held once a quarter in each of the areas, BIYB provides the opportunity for members to connect with others doing business in their community while engaging in targeted topics focused on localized community and economic issues.
We know each area faces both our regional challenges along with localized, community challenges. Thus, each BIYB program has been thoughtfully planned to address and provide information pertinent to where you operate your business each day.
We are kicking off our 2017 series in March with four must attend events. Learn more about each event and attend the BIYB(s) that matter most to you.
|BIYB West - West Ashley Master Plan
Develop a better understanding of what is ahead for West Ashley. The West Ashley Master Plan is intended to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of West Ashley and will be the largest and most comprehensive planning initiative in the city’s history.
|BIYB North- Update from Mayor Summey
City of North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey will present on the current state of the City of North Charleston, how we can meet the region’s growing infrastructure needs and why his business friendly approach to government has helped drive the city’s economic success.
|BIYB East - Patriots Point Master Plan
Mac Burdette, Executive Director of the Patriots Point Development Authority will give an update on the Patriots Point Master Plan and share the value that visitors bring to the area and the celebration of the 10 millionth visitor to the museum.
|BIYB Central - Balancing Business with Livability
Joshua Martin, Senior Advisor to the City of Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, will discuss the Build Environment and Mayor Tecklenburg’s vision, including how they will address city residents’ concerns and their goal of finding a balance with business owners.