What WE Do
MEMBERSHIP NETWORK AND EVENTS
NCBA is the ONLY business association in Cobb County to have Schools, HOAs, and Government officials represented in our membership who attend regularly. We pride ourselves with the level of exclusive access we supply to our members each year.
BUSINESS WOMEN’S LUNCHEONS
The NCBA Women’s group supports and encourages the female entrepreneurs by provided guest speakers that cater specifically to their needs and provides a unique network of women supporting women. Our goal is to empower women with a focus on personal growth allowing them to achieve professional success.
We hope to see you next Monday, December 5th at Copeland’s for our
Business Women’s Networking Lunch and Vendor Market
Tickets are $30 and guests are welcome!
Each Month, we host luncheons with hand picked speakers for the NCBA businesses. Take advantage of this unique event and build up your confidence through education while mingling with other individuals. Make sure to RSVP so we can plan accordingly.
December Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, December 14th at Piedmont Church
11:00 am – 1 pm
Networking starts at 11 and lunch is served at 11:30 a.m.
Guest Speaker, Dr. Ike Reighard, Senior Pastor at Piedmont Church and President and CEO of MUST Ministries.
Lunch is being catered by 1885 Grill.
ALIVE AFTER FIVE
Our Alive After Five (AA5) events are the perfect after hours networking occasion to get to know other local businesses in a social setting. Sponsored and hosted by NCBA members, our AA5s are held quarterly for maximum turnout. Join us for food and drinks while getting plugged in with other businesses in Northeast Cobb!
Challise and Co.
Hair-Skin-Body Salon and Spa
is hosting its annual costume party.
This fun event will feature great food, drinks, and prizes.
We look forward to seeing you there!
3534 Canton Rd. Marietta
The Northeast Cobb Business Association (NCBA) is a networking business association with a strong sense of community. NCBA‘s objective is to promote business, serve our community and schools, and act as a conduit between the local business community and local, state and federal government.