BizCom Groups were created to meet the unique needs of the businesses and communities in Atascocita, Humble, Kingwood and Summer Creek. BizCom meetings are held at the local high school for each respective community. The one-hour meetings begin 11 am and feature speakers who address issues specific to each community. Time is allowed for questions and group discussion. BizCom meetings include a light lunch and are free to attend provided an RSVP has been made.
Chamber 101 is an event designed to help educate members about the Chamber and discover how to best utilize their membership benefits. Held bi-monthly, attendees are introduced to the Chamber staff, review membership benefits, learn how to login and use the “Members Only” tools of the Chamber website, and gain information about Chamber Teams, Task Forces and events. There is also time for questions and answers.
Chamber Seminar Series is an innovative program designed to address critical topics and help prepare participants to meet the ever-changing demands of the 21st century workplace. The program provides individualized growth and development opportunities for entry level to executive leadership. Attending a Chamber Seminar is a tremendous resource for those who are either starting a business, looking to change direction or anybody who wants to learn how to be more successful. There will be a minimum of seven seminars/workshops held throughout the year. Approximately 30-40 individuals are expected to attend each seminar.
Leadership Lake Houston was created to educate, develop, and enhance existing and emerging leaders within our community. A leadership class of approximately 20 individuals from businesses and organizations throughout the community attend sessions once a month for eight months to learn about our community and how to make an impact on the growth and vitality of the Lake Houston Area by successfully serving in leadership roles.
Public Policy Forums provide opportunities for members to learn about issues affecting local businesses on the local, state and national level. A minimum of four Public Policy Forums will be held throughout the year and will feature qualified speakers and/or panels of experts. Members can voice their concerns and have questions answered in these non-partisan, education forums.
The Kingwood Farmers Market is held rain or shine each Thursday at Town Center Park in Kingwood from 2 pm to 6 pm (3 pm to 7 pm during Daylight Saving Time). Local vendors bring fresh produce, fresh-baked breads, herbs and spices, plants, flowers, international cuisine and more.