BizCom - Kingwood
Date and Time
Thursday Apr 27, 2023
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
April 27th 11 am
Kingwood High School - 2701 Kingwood Dr., Kingwood Tx
Call 281-446-2128 for more information
The Kingwood BizCom Group will hold its first meeting at 11 am on Thursday, January 5 at Kingwood High School.
The group will be a blend of Kingwood businesses, community members and school officials. The meeting will include a light lunch and is free and open to all community organizations, citizens, businesses and all other interest parties from the Kingwood area, provided they RSVP for the meeting.
The BizCom Group is a project of the Lake Houston Area Chamber created to meet the unique needs of the businesses and community in Kingwood. They have planned to meet on a quarterly basis alternating between Kingwood High School and Kingwood Park High School for one hour beginning at 11 am. The meetings will feature speakers who will address issues or needs specific to the Kingwood community and also allow time for questions and group discussion.
Speakers for the January meeting will include Victor Cordova, Assistant Director - City Forester for Houston Parks and Recreation Department; Joe Pierucci, Division Manager with Greenspace Management Division, Houston Parks and Recreation Department;, Dwayne Ulrich, Houston Police Kingwood Liaison; Ethel McCormick with Kingwood Service Association; and a report from Kingwood High School.
The Kingwood BizCom Group is based on the success Summer Creek has had with their Community and Business Association and groups are also being developed for Atascocita and Humble with their first meetings scheduled for the first quarter of 2012.
Chamber Board member Corinn Price of Insperity has been leading the charge to establish the BizCom groups in the Kingwood, Atascocita and Humble communities. According to Price, as the Chamber will continue to work to facilitate business and infrastructure growth on a regional level, the organization is establishing the BizCom groups in response to the individual communities who are in need of a local vein to address issues and needs specific to their community.
“The Lake Houston Area Chamber has a good track record of addressing transportation and governmental advocacy needs regionally,” Price said. “But the Chamber also realizes that each community has their own unique identity. A part from being at different stages in their particular community’s development, each community is also governed and taxed by different entities, giving each community their own, separate course to take in order to accomplish their goals or respond to issues.”
To register for the Kingwood BizCom Group meeting or for more information about BizCom Groups, visit www.lakehoustonareachamber.org or call the Lake Houston Area Chamber at 281-446-2128.