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Season 2 Underway for Chattanooga Works Podcast

Holly Bonner

In Season 2 of Chattanooga Works, host (and Chamber Creative Director) Jeremy Henderson introduces us to the people behind the big ideas and bold businesses everyone is talking about. 

Catch up on Season 2 episodes of Chattanooga Works here:

Elisha Millan of Grass Roots makes an appearance to tell you that CBD may not be what you think. On the first episode of Season 2, Millan talks about how CBD can help you live a healthier and more comfortable life.

In today’s digitally connected world, your home isn't the only thing that needs security. Chad Waddell of Infosystems offers some tips and tricks that will help keep your business safer than ever.

Ever heard of PILOT agreements? Charles Wood, the Chamber’s Vice President of Economic Development, discusses the tax agreements and how they drive local economic development.

Do yourself a favor. Participate in the 2020 census. Mike Dunne, Communications Manager for Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger, informs us about how this year’s census will change the next 10 years to come.

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