Chamber Circles are for small groups of individuals who share common interests in their business and/or professional lifecycle, Allison McKee said in an email to Community Impact Newspaper. They are led by a chamber member and are meant to provide meaningful conversations while discussing business content, according to the chamber website.
Topics range from public speaking to nonprofit fundraising and support for new businesses. They are conducted in roundtable format.
The chamber began offering virtual Chamber Circles and other events in early April.
For a list of Chamber Circles and how to sign up, click here.