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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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Power Your Potential Women's Conference and Connections
Now Available by Subscription!

The 2021 series offers expanded programming and opportunities to connect with professional women between March and September, concluding with the 6th annual Conference in October.

Join us for the next virtual event on April 28, 2021
12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.
Unleash the Power of the P
TEDx presented by Secily Wilson (who will also appear live on the Zoom), moderated by Theresa Hummel-Krallinger, High Five Performance

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Apply for Woman of Leadership Award

 

The Chamber is pleased to offer a virtual training program that covers the topics needed to be prepared to serve on a nonprofit board. Earn a "Certificate of Completion" in six sessions held weekly over a six-week period. Just $99 total for members and nonmembers. The course kicks off on April 20, 2021.

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The Chamber Golf Outing is just around the corner. Have you signed up yet?

New this year: lunch and networking only. Not a golfer or can't golf this year? Join us for outdoor networking, a cookout lunch and music.

Sponsorship Opportunities Available
The Golf Outing is a great opportunity to get exposure for your business.  Tee Signs starting at $100 or Sponsor & Play for $350.  Contact Wendy Custer (wendy@chambergmc.org) for advertising and sponsorship details. View PDF.

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Chamber of Commerce Presents COVID-19 Vaccine Update for Business Leaders

By Pamela Kelly | February 1, 2021

One year after the CDC confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in the United States, the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Montgomery County hosted a program to present a vaccine update for business leaders. The program was designed to address questions including how a vaccine was developed so quickly, the safety profile, legal issues related…

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Together We Thrive. A Celebration of Innovation and Resiliance

By Pamela Kelly | December 8, 2020

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Montgomery County hosted Together We Thrive: A Celebration of Innovation and Resilience on Thursday, November 12, 2020 via Zoom. The virtual event was emceed by local comedian, motivational speaker and Chamber member Theresa Hummel-Krallinger of High-Five Performance and featured an opening comedy routine followed by the presentation of awards…

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Montgomery County Chambers of Commerce Announce the Formation of an Alliance

By Pamela Kelly | October 1, 2020

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…

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Getting Back to Business

By Pamela Kelly | August 17, 2020

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…

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An Important Message from the Board of Directors

By Pamela Kelly | June 5, 2020

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…

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