The Greater Macon Chamber was proud to partner as a host location for Macon Start-Up Week in early May. The Chamber’s new headquarters was the site for multiple panel discussions, including a session with the Partnership for Inclusive Innovation (PIN). Pictured are Macon Chamber President Jessica Walden, Georgia Senate President Pro Tem John Kennedy and Economic Opportunity Manager for the Partnership for Inclusive Innovation Jamal Lewis with entrepreneurs and panel participants: Jeremy Grissom (Macon Violence Prevention), Christele Parham (Macon Black Tech), Adriana Horton (Oh Honey Baking Co.), Kashi Sehgal (Retaaza), Nathan Stuck (Profitable Purpose Consulting) and Mecca Tartt (Startup Runway).