[News Release] The Clayton County Central Services Open House Will take Place On August 17, 2022, Using vFairs Event Technology

The Clayton County Central Services Department is hosting its open house event on the 17th of August, 2022, from 10 AM to 2 PM. 

Jonesboro, Georgia – The Clayton County Central Services Open House is taking place on August 17, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM EDT. It is targeted at the business community in the area, with the aim to empower it with regard to central services. Companies and individuals interested in the event can sign up here. 

This event will show the business community how to engage with central services, learn its procedures, and increase business opportunities in the area. Here, people can get an overview of how central services function, learn about the essentials of purchasing and get familiar with doing business in Clayton county. 

There will be a number of sessions throughout the day, and the audience can also ask the relevant questions they want. In addition, there will be multiple breakout rooms, booths, and networking opportunities to maximize learning and communication with the department. 

Tamisha McKenzie, Contract Compliance Manager of the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce, stated, “Clayton County Central Services Department was presented for the second year the prestigious 26th Annual Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award (AEP) for its procurement program! This prestigious honor is awarded to those organizations that demonstrate excellence by obtaining a high score based on standardized criteria. The Central Services Department is one of only 11 agencies in Georgia and one of only 41 counties in the United States to earn this award.We’d love for our community to get to know our department and understand what we do in order to reach such a high achievement.” 

Muhammad Younas, the CEO and Founder of vFairs, said, “Governments can really utilize virtual and in-person events to familiarize their communities with the services they offer. This is useful for everyone involved and is a great way to empower people. 

The Clayton County Central Services Open House is scheduled for August 17, 2022. Sign up here to learn more about business opportunities in the area. 

About the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1953, Clayton County Chamber of Commerce is a member-based nonprofit organization dedicated to making Clayton County the ideal place in Metropolitan Atlanta to live, work, and play. As one of the largest business associations in the region, uniting individuals and businesses to accomplish collectively what cannot be done individually, Clayton County Chamber of Commerce promotes business growth and enhances the quality of life through economic prosperity.

About vFairs

vFairs is a virtual, hybrid & in-person events platform that helps organizations of all sizes, industries and regions conduct memorable online events to achieve real business results. The virtual platform and mobile app offers versatile features and customization options. They also offer exceptional customer support consistently rated #1 on third-party sites like G2 and Capterra. This is why top organizations around the world have chosen vFairs to host Virtual Conferences, Online Trade Shows, Job Fairs, Virtual Training & more.

[News Release] The Clayton County Central Services Open House Will take Place On August 17, 2022, Using vFairs Event Technology

Shanzay Asim Haider

Shanzay Asim Haider is a content writer with over 5 years of experience. She loves to learn and writes for vFairs because of the exciting potential of the virtual and hybrid event industry. Her hobbies include reading (of course), jigsaw puzzles, and playing overly convoluted board games.

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[News Release] The Clayton County Central Services Open House Will take Place On August 17, 2022, Using vFairs Event Technology

Shanzay Asim Haider

Shanzay Asim Haider is a content writer with over 5 years of experience. She loves to learn and writes for vFairs because of the exciting potential of the virtual and hybrid event industry. Her hobbies include reading (of course), jigsaw puzzles, and playing overly convoluted board games.
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