Business Calendar, Sept. 18-24

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Sep. 18---- ONLINE: Red Bank/Signal Mountain Council Meeting from 12-1 p.m. Tuesday. Join for networking and a program with Peter Stewart, the Chattanooga City Forester, about some of the work being done in the area. Register at No cost.

— ONLINE: Southside After-Hours from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Join the Southside Council as they host a Virtual After Hours. Grab your favorite drink and come make connections from the Southside. Register at No cost.

— IN-PERSON: Enterprise Gateway Council Meeting from 8:15-9:30 a.m. Thursday at the Chattanooga Food Bank, 3209 Wilcox Blvd. Join for networking and a program. Register at No cost.

— IN-PERSON: MidTown Council — Coffee & Networking from 8-9 a.m. Friday at the CHA Airport — Top Floor of New Parking Garage, 1001 Airport Rd. In lieu of the September program, join a coffee and networking on the top deck of the new CHA Airport parking garage. The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport announces the opening of a new multi-level parking garage to provide unparalleled convenience for passengers who choose to fly in and out of Chattanooga each year. CHA Airport will validate all parking tickets and the council is accepting donations to benefit the Brainerd Community Food Pantry. Register at No cost.

— Virtual Event: Scenic City Summit 2021, Presented by Chattanooga Technology Council from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday. Join ChaTech for Chattanooga's largest local IT professional development conference. SCS connects professionals across industries, platforms, and businesses to share new methodologies, emerging technologies and practical knowledge on unique, engaging topics. This year includes six content-specific tracks, 36 sessions, 20 speakers and two key notes. Register at Cost is $25.

— IN-PERSON: YPC + Lunch: Negotiating Your Compensation Package from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at Waterhouse Pavilion, 850 Market St. Join YPC for a discussion as business leaders, Deborah Duncan, the chief business officer at Designer Drugs Pharmacy, and Amanda Johns, director of human resources and enterprise business partnerships for the Tennessee Valley Authority, share negotiation techniques, real-life experiences, and career insights. Register at Cost is $12.

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