European consulates and chambers are circulating this survey to learn more about potential attendees and tailor the programming for the May 7 event. Registration is not yet open.

Often hosted as a breakfast or luncheon, an annual celebration of Georgia’s ties to the European Union is moving online amid this year’s pandemic, and the organizers are asking their constituents and members what content they’d like to see covered. 

The May 7 Europe Day webinar will launch at 10 a.m., organized by the Dutch, French, German, Irish, Belgian and Greek diplomatic offices and chambers. 

Surprisingly, last year’s event at the Metro Atlanta Chamber steered clear of focusing on Brexit, which seemed to loom over every discussion of European unity in 2019. This year’s Europe Day, meanwhile, will be the first held after the United Kingdom’s official exit from the bloc Jan. 31. 

The consulates and chambers have spun up a survey of European-based companies to ascertain the size and industry, as well as how they’ve dealt with the operational challenges posed by efforts to stem COVID-19. 

Learn more about the event here, or fill out the survey here

Visit our master list of global membership organizations in Atlanta to find out how to engage with the various European chambers. Visit to see the most up-to-date list of global events in Atlanta.

As managing editor of Global Atlanta, Trevor has spent 15+ years reporting on Atlanta’s ties with the world. An avid traveler, he has undertaken trips to 30+ countries to uncover stories on the perils...