By Prince William Living
Brought to you by the Prince William Chamber of Commerce, the strongest voice for the business community in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan region.
Now more than ever, it’s important to find people to meet and business networking events. Prince William Living is all about community, making connections and supporting quality of life. We may be slowly reopening and still staying close to home, but you can get connected at these virtual events!
Chamber Virtual Events
The Prince William Chamber of Commerce is hosting virtual events throughout the week. For more information, visit their website.
Breakfast with an Expert
Women’s Wedding Network
Branding yourself as an award-winning business: How to find and apply for awards and what to do when you have won. If you are running a business like a five-star restaurant, it’s something to be proud of and something you’ll want others to know. There’s no better way to show that than by winning some awards. Awards are like a tangible acknowledgment of the hard work you and your business have done. But how do you go about finding and winning awards? On July 8, Rebecca Barnes, publisher of Prince William Living and Brides & Weddings, will share her expertise on this matter. She will go over some ways you can look for awards and what you need to do to apply for them. Register here. Wednesday, July 8, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
- Welcome to Prince William County has small business information, job listings, and family life suggestions.
- Prince William County Networking has similar information.
- Town Hall allows you to find, follow and contact your elected officials.
- Team WIN (Women Inspired Networking) is holding regular virtual meetings.
- Haymarket Gainesville Business Association (HGBA) offers a variety of events and collaborates with local Chambers.
- Check the website for the Northern Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce for events they are offering.
- One Million Cups is holding online events.
- Visit the website for Prince William Professional Networkers (PWPN) for their events.
- And for writers and lovers of the literary word, there’s Write by the Rails (WbtR), offering events online.
These events are current as of the time we receive the information, and we make every attempt to be accurate. Be sure to check with the event sponsor or hosting organization prior to attending any event. Prince William Living is not responsible for event schedule changes or group policies.
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