Charlotte Chamber Summits

The Charlotte Chamber Summits connect members to business and policy leaders to discuss key business issues, identify opportunities and set agendas.

Registration for each summit will be available online approximately one month from the event date.

Financial Services Summit
January 4, 2017 agenda and materials >>

What will the future of banking look like? From Generationally Driven Decisions to Big data to FinTech and beyond what do the financial industry leaders in our region say about how it will play out? Join co-chairs Katy Knox, Bank of America, and Suzanne Morrison, Wells Fargo, along with other industry representatives for the 2016 Financial Services Summit, Innovation in Technology and Talent. Capping off our event, Michelle Lieber, Ally, will discuss implications on the industry of the expected administration changes as Trump begins his presidency.


Transportation Infrastructure Summit
April 27, 2017 agenda and materials >>

The 2017 Transportation & Infrastructure Summit, Thursday, April 27 will convene hundreds of business and public sector leaders to address the region's path forward on current transportation issues. Freight mobility and the global perspective from air, sea and rail to the local economic impact will be covered. A round table conversation with NC Transportation Secretary Jim Trodgon; Tracy Dodson, vice president, Lincoln Harris, NC DOT board member; NC Representative Bill Brawley, District 103; and Representative John Torbett, District 108, chair of transportation committee conclude the program.

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Technology Summit
August 30, 2017 agenda and materials >>

The 5th annual Charlotte Chamber Technology Summit will be held on Friday, August 30 at 8.2.0 located at the AvidXchange Music Factory. Attendees from previous summits include CIO's, CTO’s technologists, education partners, and a diverse cross section of business and non-profit leaders. With over 48,268 information technology professionals working in the Charlotte area, the field is ripe for opportunity and primed for growth. The region is expected to add an additional 11,000 information technology jobs by 2027, outpacing the state and national growth rate for IT jobs.

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Health Care Summit
May 12, 2017 agenda and materials >>

From Washington to Raleigh to the Workplace: The Changing Landscape of Health Care.

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