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Santa Claus, insurance and how one magic wallet transformed...

It all started with a magic wallet. Perhaps that sounds like the hook to a science fiction or fantasy novel, but for Larry Talbert, owner of Talbert Insurance Services, there’s no better opener to describe the journey of his life.  

Listen Up! We’re talking money with Roger S. Green

Roger S. Green - Best of Gwinnett 2019 Roger S. Green, MSFS, CFP®, and the staff of his firm Green Financial Resources, LLC (GFR), have helped individuals and small businesses with their investment decisions since 1987. With thirty years...

COVID-19 and Economic Recovery: The Chamber’s Role

By Chris Clark, President & CEO, Georgia Chamber of Commerce For over 400 years, chambers of commerce around the world have been champions of free enterprise, job creation and community response. In unsteady economic times throughout history, chambers have organized the troops, raised funds for war efforts,...

DAG: Hold Steady and Don’t Derail

Turn on the news or read the news online and you’re likely to see another collection of health worries, business troubles and governmental officials delivering news that just doesn’t give ya that warm and fuzzy feeling. Unemployment is rising, downsizing and layoffs are happening...

Gwinnett Magazine Announces Program to Help Local Small Businesses

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lRSBLTprnw In response to the potentially devastating impact of COVID-19 on small businesses in Gwinnett, Gwinnett Magazine President David Greer announced an offer to all small businesses in the county for free advertising and promotion. "A few years ago...

Contact-Free and Delicious: Area Restaurants Innovate to Cope With...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMbHuFfd6_g Today restaurants around Gwinnett County are beginning to pivot their business practices due to the COVID-19 pandemic, during which eating in close-packed dining rooms is not ideal. Many have had to invent new curbside pickup and ordering practices...

Georgia United Foundation School Crashers® Program

Georgia United Credit Union is part of a very big community, and they’re giving back in a big way. Through its School Crashers® program, Georgia United Foundation provides makeovers to elementary, middle, and high schools throughout the state. That’s some big love they’re showing for the statewide...

Economic Development Report 2020

Coming soon to a county near you... We're already thinking about next year and what the future of Gwinnett is going to look like. Gwinnett County already proposed a 2020 budget that totals $1.83 billion, which includes a $1.43 billion operating budget plus another...

Restaurant Wow Poké and Juice is the perfect blend...

After almost two years since its inauguration, the owner of Wow Poké and Juice, Annie Kim shares her experience running her first restaurant. By living in California as a college student, Kim has noticed the ultimate growing food trend in the Golden Coast: Poké...

Gwinnett Chamber and Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce sign...

The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce have agreed to participate in an alliance and made it official at its October board meeting. This Memorandum of Understanding is meant to encourage and further collaboration between the two parties to best serve their...

Santa Claus, insurance and how one magic wallet transformed...

It all started with a magic wallet. Perhaps that sounds like the hook to a science fiction or fantasy novel, but for Larry Talbert, owner of Talbert Insurance Services, there’s no better opener to describe the journey of his life.  

Listen Up! We’re talking money with Roger S. Green

Roger S. Green - Best of Gwinnett 2019 Roger S. Green, MSFS, CFP®, and the staff of his firm Green Financial Resources, LLC (GFR), have helped individuals and small businesses with their investment decisions since 1987. With thirty years...

COVID-19 and Economic Recovery: The Chamber’s Role

By Chris Clark, President & CEO, Georgia Chamber of Commerce For over 400 years, chambers of commerce around the world have been champions of free enterprise, job creation and community response. In unsteady economic times throughout history, chambers have organized the troops, raised funds for war efforts,...

DAG: Hold Steady and Don’t Derail

Turn on the news or read the news online and you’re likely to see another collection of health worries, business troubles and governmental officials delivering news that just doesn’t give ya that warm and fuzzy feeling. Unemployment is rising, downsizing and layoffs are happening...

Gwinnett Magazine Announces Program to Help Local Small Businesses

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lRSBLTprnw In response to the potentially devastating impact of COVID-19 on small businesses in Gwinnett, Gwinnett Magazine President David Greer announced an offer to all small businesses in the county for free advertising and promotion. "A few years ago...

Contact-Free and Delicious: Area Restaurants Innovate to Cope With...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMbHuFfd6_g Today restaurants around Gwinnett County are beginning to pivot their business practices due to the COVID-19 pandemic, during which eating in close-packed dining rooms is not ideal. Many have had to invent new curbside pickup and ordering practices...

Georgia United Foundation School Crashers® Program

Georgia United Credit Union is part of a very big community, and they’re giving back in a big way. Through its School Crashers® program, Georgia United Foundation provides makeovers to elementary, middle, and high schools throughout the state. That’s some big love they’re showing for the statewide...

Economic Development Report 2020

Coming soon to a county near you... We're already thinking about next year and what the future of Gwinnett is going to look like. Gwinnett County already proposed a 2020 budget that totals $1.83 billion, which includes a $1.43 billion operating budget plus another...

Restaurant Wow Poké and Juice is the perfect blend...

After almost two years since its inauguration, the owner of Wow Poké and Juice, Annie Kim shares her experience running her first restaurant. By living in California as a college student, Kim has noticed the ultimate growing food trend in the Golden Coast: Poké...

Gwinnett Chamber and Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce sign...

The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce have agreed to participate in an alliance and made it official at its October board meeting. This Memorandum of Understanding is meant to encourage and further collaboration between the two parties to best serve their...