Spotlight On: Enterprise/Gateway Council’s BOOST Summit

Anne McNutt, Member Services Coordinator

Since 2009, the Enterprise/Gateway Council hosts the annual BOOST (Business Owners’ Opportunity for Success Today) Summit promoting business and industry success by convening business owners and community leaders in the Enterprise/Gateway Council footprint with local experts.  

This year’s BOOST focuses on the impact of art and education on our local economy. Panelists will include Maura Black Sullivan, Chief Operating Officer with the City of Chattanooga, and Jill Levine, Chief Academic Officer with Hamilton County Department of Education.

What: Enterprise/Gateway Chamber Council’s annual BOOST Summit
($10 per attendee, includes lunch)

When: April 27 from noon to 1:30 p.m.

Where: Bessie Smith Cultural Center

“We're excited about the opportunity to bring our 2017 BOOST Summit downtown. The Enterprise/Gateway area provides such a diverse culture of business and community that it seemed fitting to showcase how blended and connected we are throughout Chattanooga. Together, we’ll celebrate how education and the arts are positively impacting economic development in our community and our region.”

– Rhey Houston, Enterprise/Gateway Council President-Elect

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