Manhattan Chamber has more planned for January

January 17, 2012 by  

The Manhattan Chamber of Commerce always has something going on, but there are at least two information-filled events taking place later this month.

Based not too far away from Long Island City, the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce has had a busy January. Although the month is more than halfway past, the schedule shows no signs of letting up.

Beginning January 27th, the chamber is hosting an event entitled “Manhattan Transportation Transformation Series Event: Electric Vehicles and NYC”. Projected to start early at 8:00 am and conclude at 10:30 am, this is a discussion that’s goes beyond the development of electric cars.

Besides the opportunity to meet company decision-makers and swap a bit of business card printing, the speakers are going to be covering the topic of what these technological shifts mean to New York and the economy at large. With qualified speakers giving their input on how this turn of events could impact local businesses, this is a meeting that’ll be worth attending.

On the 28th, SCORE will be holding an all-day workshop that starts at 11:15 am and is expected to end at around 5:00 pm.

Given the tagline of “Starting and Operating a Restaurant or Food Service Business”, it goes without saying that this is an event future and prospective restaurant owners can’t do without.

With online registration allowing for a $10 discount, those who sign up for ahead of time can get away with paying $89 for entrance. Since seating is limited, however, interested individuals will have to move as soon as possible.