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  1. Biking

    Biking Concord is a city surrounded by parks and forests – ready to explore by mountain bike. With two major outfitters in the city, S&W...

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  2. Business After Hours

    Business After Hours The Greater Concord Chamber offers members lots of networking opportunities to grow their professional and personal connections....

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  3. Business Before Hours

    Business BEFORE Hours Business BEFORE Hours Fourth Tuesday of the month (quarterly) 7:30-9 a.m. “I can't ever recall having an unpleasan...

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  4. Business Showcase

      Business Showcase Save the date! Business Showcase 2020 is on Tuesday, April 14 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Grappone Conference Center i...

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  5. Chamber Connections

    Chamber Connections Chamber Connections is a powerful resource for Chamber members. The format, which mixes member profile presentation about how the...

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  6. Chamber Events

    Chamber Events  ...

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  7. Chamber Review newsletter

    Chamber Review   Each month, the Chamber Review newsletter lets our members know what's happening in Greater Concord: where and when our ...

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  8. City of Concord

    Welcome to Concord, New Hampshire! Our wonderful downtown is full of historic Main Street charm and serves as a cultural hub of the state. We encoura...

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  9. Creative Concord

    Creative Concord   NH's cultural destination Creative industries in the Greater Concord area are flourishing and the Capital region has ...

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  10. CYPN - Young Professionals

      Concord Young Professionals Network Concord Young Professionals Network (CYPN) is a professional and personal development initiative of the...

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  11. Guidebook to Greater Concord

    Guidebook to Greater Concord Each year, the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce publishes the Guidebook to Greater Concord in collaboratio...

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  12. Key Events

    Key Events Check out these key Chamber Events:   A connected crisis — addressing the issues of homelessness, mental health, substanc...

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  13. Lunch and Learn

    Sugar River Bank Lunch and Learn Series The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and Concord Young Professionals Network host complimentary lunch and...

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  14. Member Benefits

      Member Benefits Thank you for your interest in the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce.   What we do People often ask, “What do...

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  15. Member Testimonials

    Member Testimonials I have thoroughly enjoyed the Concord Chamber thus far – it is by far one of the best if not The Best Chamber in the state!...

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  16. Music, Arts and Culture

    Music, Arts and Culture Concord packs the biggest cultural offering north of Boston. Concord Community Music School has attracted top talent to tea...

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  17. Press Kit

    Press Kit This press kit is provided for reporters and editors who would like to know more about the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce leadership, ...

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  18. Shopping

    Shopping Concord is a destination for shoppers from all over the region. Concord Heights offers a variety of shopping, entertainment and dining ...

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  19. Staff

    Staff Timothy G. Sink, CCE, President tsink@concordnhchamber.com     Valerie P. Blake, Vice President vblake@concordnhchambe...

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  20. Surrounding Towns

    The Towns: Charm and Convenience While each town surrounding Concord is distinctly different from its neighbors, all share a rural Yankee flavor. Th...

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  21. Things to Do

      Things to Do The Capital Region (and beyond!) offers you enough things to do and see that you could easily spend a lifetime here. Antique...

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  22. Tri-City Expo

        Tri-City Expo Members, showcase your brand to a wider audience at New Hampshire's largest Business to Business networking event....

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  23. Visitor Center

    Welcome to the Visitor Center The Capital Region Visitor Center, operated by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and supported by Granite State A...

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  24. Walking Trails

    Walking Trails   The exquisite natural beauty of New Hampshire is exemplified in the natural areas and walking/hiking trails of the Capital ...

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  25. Welcome new members!

    Welcome to the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce!  Congratulations on becoming a member of New Hampshire's state capital chamber of commer...

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  26. Chamber Events

  27. Community Events

  28. Canterbury Shaker Village, Inc.

    Internationally-known non-profit museum and national historic landmark founded in 1969 to preserve the heritage of the Canterbury Shakers. Seasonal tours, exhibits, workshops and special events.

  29. Center for Health Promotion

    Offering classes & programs to help individuals make voluntary lifestyle changes to improve the health & wellness of the community. Programs include nutrition, fitness, stress management, injury prevention, smoking cessation, weight loss, & hypnosis.

  30. Cobblestone Pointe Active Living

    High quality 62+ independent community filled with activities and events to nourish the mind, body and soul.

  31. Dell Lea Weddings & Events

    Dell-Lea is located in an exclusive rural setting surrounded by rolling fields and mountain vistas. This is the perfect venue for your wedding or special event.

  32. Inn at Pleasant Lake, Oak & Grain Restaurant

    A waterfront retreat, they are an historic, full-service country inn providing comfortable accommodations, farm-to-table fine dining at Oak & Grain, (www.oakandgrain.com) and full service events.

  33. Kona Ice of NH

    Kona Ice is a Mobile Shaved Ice and Ice Cream Vehicle. Schools, youth sports leagues, daycares and non-profits benefit from our fundraising abilities. Find them at fairs, festivals, special events, parks and local neighborhoods.

  34. Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club

    Exclusive private golf club in the Lakes Region of NH offering memberships, golf outings and private events.

  35. Makris Lobster & Steak House

    Family owned third generation traditional New England Seafood House with retail and specialty beef market. Providing products for special events. 100 seat banquet facility and seasonal outdoor dining to accommodate 200. Catering for special events, including Bike week, Race week.

  36. Mill Falls at the Lake

    Four charming inns nested on Lake Winnipesaukee in historic Meredith Village. Featuring 171 designer decorated guestrooms, 2 distinct ballrooms to accommodate events of up to 300, 5 on-site restaurants, 12 shops, the Cascade Spa and the EKAL Lake Activity Center.

  37. NH Business Review/New Hampshire Magazine

    A niche business journal bringing critical, time-sensitive and highly relevant content to 13,000 subscribers twice per month. They also host a series of NH business events.

  38. Northwoods Brewing Co./Johnsons Seafood and Steak

    Rustic countryside family-owned brewery and restaurant, Johnsons Seafood and Steak Northwood. Featuring regular seating, tasting room, 2 full bars, pizzaria and amazing bakery. New function space overlooking the brewery for up to 100 people, designed to host your special event.

  39. Rosewood Country Inn

    Inn: 11 beautifully decorated guest rooms. Personal events: weddings, parties, meetings; indoor and outdoor. Events: in-house for locals and guests.

  40. SER exposition services

    SER exposition services is a full service exhibition services contractor. Specializing in nationwide trade shows, conventions and special events.

  41. Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green PA

    Sheehan Phinney is a full-service business law firm providing a broad range of sophisticated legal services to clients in traditional and emerging areas of law.

  42. Sweet Crunch Bakeshop & Catering LLC

    Specializing in unique made by hand cookies. In addition, a cookie food trailer is available for events and private gatherings.

  43. The Common Man Concord

    Serving lunch and dinner daily with a large lounge area and full bar. 3 event rooms in house and also provide offsite catering.

  44. The Place Studio & Gallery

    An independent DIY art studio offering a variety of art activities and instruction, as well as a gallery retail shop, parties & events. Offering decoupage, acrylic canvas painting & ceramic painting during all open hours.

  45. Twelve 31 Events

    A full-service catering company providing high-quality food for business and social events of all sizes.

  46. Twisted Vine Events

    Full service event planning, coordination, DJ and sound production for every occasion.

  47. Local impact: honoring members who lead by example

    Thank you. Thank you to those members who are doing the work that makes the Capital region so welcoming, supportive, dynamic, generous and collaborative. We know that hundreds of you are out in our community giving your time, energy and talent so o...

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  48. Concord: The heart of a healthy New Hampshire

    Recognize this popular Concord catch phrase? It goes back more than a few decades but is more true today than ever before. The pulse of exciting historic, business and economic development news in New Hampshire is right here in the Capital—here...

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  49. A BIG moment for Concord's historic capitol building

    The New Hampshire State House celebrates its bicentennial next month, and the Chamber marks its centennial anniversary on October 18. We’re excited to share such a special milestone along with a state icon—the nation’s oldest state ...

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  50. Business learning opportunities galore! Expand your knowledge with us.

    Keeping up to speed on a broad range of topics relevant to your business can be challenging sometimes, especially when you are busy running your business. Business training and professional development can also be expensive, but it doesn’t ha...

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  51. Community, it's all around us

    Spring is in the air, and with milder temps and melting snow we can look forward to some new beginnings and amenities that continue to add to the quality of life we enjoy in Greater Concord. Capitol Center for the Arts’ ongoing Bank of New H...

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  52. 2019 Legislation: We're ready to advocate for you

    The New Hampshire State Legislature is now in full swing, and it looks like this will be one busy session. I find it somewhat mind blowing that more than 1,000 potential bills will be introduced. Fortunately, the system works pretty well and the vast...

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  53. More than networking, why support our local chamber

    People are often unfamiliar with our work outside of events. A recent feature in Flackery captured it best — “People think a chamber of commerce is a networking organization for people who do business in a specific geographic area. The tr...

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  54. Thank you for investing in our community

    Leadership Greater Concord participants with Capital Area Student Leadership students. Leadership—it's the subject of many blog posts, summits, books and college essays. As New Hampshire's state capital chamber of commerce, the Great...

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  55. Telling Greater Concord's story...in a more visible way

    All the pieces are in place. Big city amenities without the hassle, New England charm, lots of open space for outstanding outdoor recreation, beautiful parks, quality schools and safe neighborhoods. And when you consider the inventory of cultural ass...

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  56. Concord's Capital Year

    Board Chair Nannu Nobis reflects on his time of service With an active and engaged board of directors, hundreds of dedicated volunteers and a capable and energetic staff, the year serving as your board chairman flew by. This is one busy chamber of c...

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  57. The economic impact of local arts and culture in Concord

    Every five years, Washington D.C.-based nonprofit Americans for the Arts works with communities nationwide to conduct a detailed survey of nonprofit cultural institutions and their impact on the local economy. It measures each participating organizat...

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  58. New year, new opportunities

    2017 is officially here. What are your business and personal goals this year? The Greater Concord Chamber is your chamber. We work for you. Let us know how we can help. Feedback regarding programming, benefits, and events is welcome and encourag...

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