The next Community Hospitality Partnership meetup will be
on Monday, July 11th at 2 pm
at Starving Artist Café – 4408 Colley Avenue.
If you are a restaurant or entertainment venue in Norfolk, you’re invited to meet with Norfolk City Council members Courtney Doyle, Andria McClellan and Development Staff for updates to what’s happening, new programs, access to capital and an opportunity for you to help shape future CHP virtual meetups.
Here’s a link to a brief survey to let us know what kind of programs and information that you’d like to have to help you start, grow, and expand your business.
Here is the event invitation and further info. Look out for the next one!
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What is the Community Hospitality Partnership (CHP)?
City and state officials working together with the hospitality sector and their neighbors to create a vibrant, safe and informed partnership.
- To create a forum of openness with hospitality partners to exchange ideas, best practices and provide necessary assistance for business start-up and growth
- To train and educate entertainment establishments (closing past midnight) and develop a partnership among the hospitality sector, citizens and all other stakeholders
Outreach: available resources offered to small businesses including:
- Seminars and Trainings: Stage of Business, Industry, Subject Matter
- Safe, Secure, Successful Business: City Process and Procedures Training
- One-on-One Technical Assistance
- Access to Capital