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Frisco Chamber Luncheon Series and Panel Discussions

We remain committed to providing events that educate and inform on topics that are relevant and vital to our business community. These panel discussions help you and your employees to stay current on topics specific to Frisco and North Texas.

Upcoming Panel Discussion:

Coming Soon: Legislative Panel Discussion

September 2020

Previous Panel Discussions:

State of the City Panel Discussion

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 

Live-streamed virtual event.

 Frisco is a city like no other! Join us as we discuss some of the lessons learned going through the COVID-19 pandemic and how to apply this to future planning in terms of emergency management, tourism, and business attraction, as well as the positives that have come out of this pandemic and how Frisco and the area can continue to shine. We'll here first-hand what's next to drive our efforts to continue to Reopen, Recover, and Rebound.

Through generous support of our sponsors, this live event was offered for free to all virtual attendees. 

 

Sponsorship Opportunities:

The Frisco Chamber of Commerce offers sponsorship opportunities, which allows your company to market your business and gain publicity and brand recognition, reach local business and community leaders while aligning your business with the Frisco Chamber. Through key events throughout the year, we introduce, recognize and connect you with like-minded companies and individuals committed to quality growth and expansion in our area.

If you have questions regarding the planning and implementation of any of our events, please contact Shelby Fawver, Events Manager. If you would like to discuss how to partner with the Frisco Chamber of Commerce as a sponsor, please contact Brian Davis, Director of Membership for more information or download our Opportunities Guide.

What Our Sponsors are Saying:

“We as a community of business leaders are truly living through unprecedented times, and our children (and our children’s children) will be learning about this pandemic in history books years from today," shared Brett Lee, President, Texas Health Hospital Frisco. The entire Texas Health Frisco team feels incredibly blessed to be part of a city and community with such proactive leadership that is navigating this situation with the well-being of our neighbors at the heart of every decision.  We were thankful to take part in the recent “State of the City” event, and look forward to continuing to bring world-class healthcare to Frisco for generations to come.”

Brett Lee
Texas Health Hospital Frisco

Kudos on another fantastic State of the City presentation! You and the chamber team had a huge challenge but you made the pivot to a successful virtual look easy.

I particularly wanted to thank you for the great job you did in recognizing Garver – I think you represented Garver even better than I could have! Thank you for taking the time to share what makes Garver unique and why Frisco is so important to us.  

We are grateful for our partnership and to support the chamber.

Frank McIllwain
Garver, LLC

Read About Past Events:

2019 State of the City Luncheon and Leadership Frisco Graduation

Frisco Enterprise Newspaper: As members of a guest panel stood together for a picture following Frisco's State of the City luncheon Wednesday, it was fitting that former Mayor Bob Warren would be holding a pair of ceremonial ribbon-cutting scissors from 1989.

It signified the message the panel members had conveyed to a packed conference room at Embassy Suites Hotel just a few minutes earlier: Frisco's success is a result of standing on the shoulders of those who came before.

Read the Frisco Enterprise News Article.

On Wednesday, June 19, 2019, business and community leaders gathered for the annual State of the City Luncheon and Panel Discussion, presented by CobbFendly and Texas Health Presbyterian Plano. Panelists included Former Mayor Bob Warren; long-time Frisco business owner and community servant, Sam Roach; Chris Kleinert, CEO of Hunt Consolidated;  and Frisco City Council member, Will Sowell. Closing comments were made by Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney.

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