Join us for AM Networking at Freight Depot Accounting

Join us for AM Networking at Freight Depot Accounting (FDA) Nov. 2 from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Click HERE to RSVP for this event and see who else is attending.

Held the first Wednesday of every month, AM Networking brings business people together for an hour of networking and refreshments.

Why did you decide to host a Chamber networking event?

FDA wants to host a Chamber networking event to connect with other businesses and promote our business within the Chamber community.

What is special about your business?

FDA provides clients with a big firm experience with customized bookkeeping for startups and small businesses. We bring big-picture and brass-tacks thinking to your small business. Whatever your challenge, we have a solution.

What’s your favorite part of being a Chamber member and why?

Our favorite part about being a Chamber member is the existing business and entrepreneurial support. As a sister company to HHM, we appreciate the support in our expansion to offer other services. We also enjoy the promotional opportunities the Chamber provides new businesses with to get your name and face out in the community.

How does your business make a difference in our community?   

Partner and co-founder Pam Morris started Freight Depot Accounting to help companies who haven’t grown enough to support in-house accounting systems and personnel, or just don’t have the time, skills or energy to worry about it. She is a member of AICPA and TSCPA and currently serves on the Executive Committee for Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute. Pam has served as the past President for both the  Chamber's Downtown Council and Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute.  She has also served as a past board member for First Things First, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Common Cents Financial Literacy and Leadership Chattanooga Alumni Association. She is a 2009 Leadership Chattanooga graduate. 

If you'd like to host a networking event, contact Kaia Moore at 423-763-4357 or [email protected].

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