Newnan-Coweta Chamber

Chamber launching new networking program

by Staff Reports

The Newnan-Coweta Chamber is offering a new networking program called Leads to Business.

It is designed to stimulate leads and referrals in small businesses enhancing growth for each business as a separate entity.


Leads to Business is held on the second Wednesday of every month from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Chamber. This program is open to Chamber members only. Lunch is provided.

Every attendee at Leads to Business is given the opportunity to deliver a short speech about him or herself. Two members will give a five-minute presentation about their business. At the conclusion of the presentations, referrals and leads are given from other members.

The Newnan-Coweta Chamber provides multiple networking opportunities throughout the month. Leads to Business is quickly becoming a member favorite. “Leads to Business is fast-paced networking,” said Anne Marie Rowe of Rowe Together, Inc. She added, “Everyone leaves with a lead or referral which sets it apart from other Chamber events.”


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