Welcome to the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Montgomery County!
Organized in 1913, The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Montgomery County is one of the oldest chambers in Pennsylvania, the largest business association in the County, and the leading business advocate for area businesses.
Today, the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Montgomery County represents more than 800 business members that employ over 40,000 across Montgomery County.
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Montgomery County Chambers of Commerce Announce the Formation of an Alliance Ten Chambers of Commerce in Montgomery County collectively announce the formation of the Alliance of Montgomery County Chambers of Commerce. The Alliance is a collaboration of chambers serving members in Montgomery County. The mission is to provide a vehicle for open dialogue on current…Read More
Following fourteen weeks of various stages of quarantine under the color-coded system of reopening, Montgomery County businesses entered the green phase on June 26th. This has not been without a great deal of pain and loss. Many restaurants, retail stores and service providers have made the heart wrenching decision to close their doors afterin many…Read More
We have been horrified by the recent events. As we look around us and face the uncertainty of moving forward after COVID-19, it is truly disturbing that we are still looking at the ugliness of racism in our society. The civil unrest that is erupting in our surrounding areas is heartbreaking. The abuse of any…Read More
Small businesses, restaurants and nonprofits are being hit very hard as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Montgomery County has developed an economic stimulus initiative to help support businesses and charitable organizations through a gift card match program. Purchasing a gift card today will help businesses with some much…Read More
Several of the area chambers of commerce will be hosting a forum for the public to learn about the candidates seeking the office of Montgomery County Commissioner. The candidates include current commissioners, Dr. Val Arkoosh, Ken Lawrence, Joe Gale and Whitpain Township Board of Supervisors Chairman, Fred Conner. The program will be a Q&A format…Read More