Business Issues Forum: August 2020

Business Issues Forum: August 2020

  • Date(s): Tue, Aug 18, 2020
  • Time(s): 08:00 AM - 09:00 AM
  • Location: Webinar
  • Members: Free, pre-registration requested.
  • Non-Members: This is a members-only event.
  • Additional Information: Registration has closed for this event- please email Leigh at to register. If you have already registered, you should have received an email from Leigh with the link to join the webinar
  • Questions: Contact Leigh Jacobson at 206-389-7311

Join us for a discussion of current public affairs issues. All members are welcome! This event is closed to working media.

I. Panel Discussion- Local Business Organizations Supporting Economic Recovery

  • Njuguna Gishuru
    VP Small Business Development
    African Chamber of Commerce
    of the Pacific Northwest

  • Ilona Lohrey
    VP of Membership & Programs

  • Monisha Singh
    Executive Director
    Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area
II. COVID-19 Economic Recovery Work at King County

Ashton Allison
Economic Development & Economic Recovery Director
Office of King County Executive

About Business Issues Forum:
The Chamber’s Business Issues Forum is the place to learn about and discuss emerging policy issues that matter to your business and the community.  A benefit available only to members, meetings include informational briefings from guest speakers and structured discussion with fellow members.

Why attend?
1)  Learn about developing issues and how you can get engaged
2)  Hear from key policymakers and business leaders
3)  Strengthen your relationships with members from a wide range of industries

Not a member? Visit our Membership page to learn more.

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Business Issues Forum Program page to see all of our other Business Issues Forum events!

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Membership starts at $500 and is open to any business or organization interested in increasing their presence in Seattle metropolitan region.

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