Executive leadership training, outreach targeted by two new programs at Greenville Chamber


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The Greenville Chamber has recently announced its two latest programs, PROPEL GVL and Ambassadors, which are part of the Chamber’s continuing efforts to actively listen to the needs of its business community.

PROPEL GVL is a collaboration between the Greenville Chamber and United Way of Greenville County, and offers a five-week board training and executive leadership program. It arises from the need to have board training such as knowing the ins and outs of board service and later on be connected with groups that are looking for new board members. Deadline of applications is on June 21 and the program begins on July 16. Click here for more information about the PROPEL GVL.

The second program, Ambassadors, will function as an extension of the chamber team and will be engaged in the following three key areas: supporting events and programs, welcoming Greenville's newest businesses at ribbon cuttings and business celebrations, and expanding the brand by engaging on social media.

For further information, click here or contact Marnie Schwartz-Hanley at (864)239-3728 or meshanley@greenvillehamber.org.

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