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  1. Advertising Opportunities

    Advertising Opportunities Chamber memberships gives you access to exclusive advertising opportunities. Increase your brand recognition though our pop...

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  2. Business DURING Hours info for attendees

    Business DURING Hours info for attendees Thank you for registering to attend Business DURING Hours on Tuesday, June 8 from 4-5 p.m. This even...

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  3. Business Showcase

      32nd Annual Business Showcase Concord's favorite trade show! Business Showcase will return in April 2023 at the Grappone Conference Ce...

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  4. Celebrate Welcoming Week

    The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce is participating in Concord Multicultural Festival’s Welcoming Week . This is an initiative that pro...

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  5. Creative Concord

    Creative Concord   NH'S CULTURAL DESTINATION The Capital region has emerged as New Hampshire's cultural center. Through the Cha...

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  6. 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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  7. CYPN event info for attendees

    BYOP Networking EVENT - info for attendees We're excited to connect with you virtually on Remo! Link to join the event: Beginning at 5:30 p....

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  8. Eat and Drink

    Eat and Drink We're proud to recommend our members (phone inquiries welcome!) and really appreciate it when you tell them that we sent you: &n...

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  9. Funds for Education Golf Tournament

      Funds for Education Golf Tournament Each year, the Funds for Education Golf Tournament raises funds to directly support the Chamber’s...

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  10. Leadership Greater Concord

      Leadership Greater Concord     Leadership Greater Concord (LGC) is an immersive program for area profes...

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  11. Legislative Update

    Legislative Update The Chamber's legislative priorities affecting your business The Chamber's State Government Affairs Committee monit...

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  12. Live! (The City of Concord)

      Live! The capital city of Concord offers businesses and families everything desired for a thriving community—revitalized downtown, exce...

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  13. Pinnacle Awards Luncheon

      17th Annual Pinnacle Awards Luncheon Thank you to all who attended the 17th Annual Pinnacle Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May 18,...

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  14. Play! (Things to do)

    Play! With over 30 public hiking and biking trails, access to the Merrimack River, and proximity to some of New Englan's best skiing, snowboardin...

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  15. 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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  16. Spread Joy, Shop Concord

                    Spread Joy, Shop Concord The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and Intown...

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  17. Tri-City Expo

    Tri-City Expo Update on 2020 Event: Tri-City Expo will not be held as a face-to-face event in September 2020 due to COVID-19. We are looking at tran...

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  18. Visit! (Travel to Concord)

    Visit! Take in all Concord has to offer—great restaurants, live music, theater, an indie cinema, award-winning shopping and more. Learn more ab...

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  19. Visual Business Showcase

      Welcome to Visual Business Showcase, a webpage that highlights our 2020 Virtual Business Showcase exhibitors. Take a virtual tour of our trade...

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  20. Webinars for businesses

    Webinars for businesses We're proud to offer online business training and professional development resources for business owners and employees. W...

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  21. Workforce Development

    Workforce development Students are the backbone of a healthy economy, community and future. Your business can take an active role in our workfor...

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  22. 3W design, inc.

    3W design, inc. is a full service residential and commercial interior design firm specializing in kitchens and baths designed to meet individual client needs. Their success is built upon quality products, knowledgeable designers and experienced installers, partnered with the relationships they create with their clients. The firm's 3,800 square foot showroom displays the latest in products needed to turn a client's dream into reality.

  23. FORMAX

    Founded in 1987, Formax Direct is a privately held, family-run company with corporate headquarters based in Dover, NH, and manufacturing facility in Turlock, CA.Markets a wide range of products including Neopost/Hasler mailing systems and document control software, Sharp MFP's/Copiers/Whiteboards and LED Displays, AutoSealâ„¢ pressure sealers to process  one-piece mailers, printers, scanners, commercial-grade business shredders, inserters, and paper folders, as well as an array of complementary products such as addressing systems, cutters, letter openers, bursters, signers, tabbers and joggers.    

  24. New England Racing Musuem

    The museum functions as an educational institution displaying racing cars and motorcycles, driver helmets, uniforms, trophies and photography. Open limited Saturdays in winter. Please call ahead.

  25. New Hampshire Fisher Cats

    The AA affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, playing baseball and providing family entertainment at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester, NH, from April through Labor Day each year.

  26. New Hampshire Print & Mail Services

    Providing print, mail, first class presort, and duplication services for your brochures, flyers, non-profit appeals, forms, direct mail, and business stationery. They also offer wide format printing for banners, posters, trade show displays, signage, promotional products, and vehicle graphics. Also manufacturer of acrylic shields.

  27. NH DOC, Correctional Industries

    The mission of the NH Correctional Industries is to offer residents the opportunity to develop marketable job skills and a positive work ethic through structured workplace training programs and the production of goods and services. Correctional Industries operates in all three correctional facilities in the State of NH, as well as at the Farm and Retail Store located in Concord, NH. At the men's facility in Concord, residents receive training in metal products manufacturing, printing, graphic arts, sign making, engraving, woodworking, furniture crafting, furniture re-upholstering, refinishing and restoration and general office skills. At the men's facility in Berlin, workplace opportunities are provided in woodworking, furniture crafting, re-upholstery, refinishing, restoration, and general office skills. At the women's facility in Concord, training is provided in the field of Dye Sublimation Printing and warehouse and material handling in the Canteen Fulfillment Center. At the farm in Concord, residents participate in Horticulture, Greenhouse and Forestry Programs. NHCI has a Retail Showroom located at 312 N. State Street where quality and custom handcrafted products made by our residents are on display for sale to the public. 603-271-8299 sales@doc.nh.gov Grown by residents learning skills, gaining confidence and preparing for employment in the future.

  28. Ralph Waldo Emerson School for Preschoolers

    Emerson is a nondenominational, nonprofit organization founded in 1966. The school offers morning and afternoon programs for three, four and five-year-old children. Emerson school is accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs. They are a small school that values relationships, the arts, nature, literacy, the family, and play.

  29. Swenson Granite Works

    Swenson Granite Works produces landscape & building stone products that are affordable and virtually maintenance free. Visit one of their 7 convenient locations to check out their large display of in-stock inventory.

  30. YP of the Month: Diana Moore

    August 11th, 2022

    Concord Young Professionals Network (CYPN) introduces you to the “Young Professional of the Month,” Diana Moore. Each month, the CYPN Steering Committee recommends a young professional in the community it thinks readers would enjoy gettin...

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  31. Golfers support local students learning real-world skills

    July 28th, 2022

    Early in the morning on Wednesday, August 3, golfers will line up at Beaver Meadow Golf Course, waiting for the shotgun signal that kicks off the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce’s 34th Annual Funds for Education Golf Tournament. Presented b...

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  32. New sculptures, murals coming to Concord this spring

    May 26th, 2022

    The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce’s Creative Concord committee has been hard at work. Originally established to analyze the impact of cultural institutions on the local economy, this group of dedicated volunteers has taken on multiple pro...

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  33. Networking is back!

    March 23rd, 2022

    Concord’s business community prepares for the city’s favorite trade show As we emerge from a strenuous winter, professionals in the Capital Region are eager to get back to business as usual. On March 8, after seeing a sharp decline in CO...

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  34. YP of the Month: Cory James Schofield

    January 6th, 2022

    Concord Young Professionals Network (CYPN) introduces you to the “Young Professional of the Month,” Cory James Schofield. Each month, the CYPN Steering Committee recommends a young professional in the community it thinks readers would enj...

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  35. Getting to the root of our labor shortage

    December 29th, 2021

    The current labor shortage is front-of-mind for many area businesses, elected officials and community leaders. Although New Hampshire’s issues have been significantly aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic, this is not a new problem. At our recent...

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  36. Outdoor events bring our community back together

    June 24th, 2021

    As New Hampshire safety guidelines ease and our communities start to gather in-person again, outdoor events will play a key role in the ways we socialize and do business. Gathering outdoors has been proven to be a safe alternative to indoor events, r...

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  37. Congratulations, 16th Annual Pinnacle Award recipients!

    June 1st, 2021

    Our Pinnacle Awards Ceremony returns as an inperson, seated luncheon event this year on June 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with an update— it will be held outdoors at Beaver Meadow Golf Course in Concord. Sponsored by Eversource Energy Servic...

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  38. Reconnect at Business Showcase

    April 1st, 2021

    The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce celebrates a special anniversary this month — 30 years of showcasing member products and services at our annual Business Showcase. We’re proud to reach this milestone and of the friendly, local atmo...

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  39. Good news! Young professionals are choosing NH

    February 1st, 2021

    Years of effort by the state, chambers of commerce and young professionals’ networks to promote New Hampshire as an ideal place for growing families, new and expanding businesses, and young people seeking an ideal place to work and live have ac...

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  40. The spirit of giving isn't exclusive to the holidays

    November 26th, 2020

    Join us in congratulating our 15th Annual Pinnacle Award recipients and thanking them for all they do. The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce's Pinnacle Awards Ceremony looked a bit different in 2020 but the significance of the event has not di...

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  41. Shop Now, Shop Local: 'tis the year to do both

    October 8th, 2020

    The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and Intown Concord are partnering up to inspire shoppers to rethink the holidays in a year of great need. With the ongoing disruption of a worldwide pandemic, it’s become apparent that the holidays are...

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  42. Working together to make real progress for NH businesses

    May 28th, 2020

    It’s been about two months since COVID-19 threw our economy into a tailspin. First there was the panic over how to survive in business with zero cash flow. Then there was the anxiety and frustration involved in understanding and navigating stat...

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  43. Virtual events: impacting the way we work, learn and connect

    May 5th, 2020

    Have you attended a virtual event recently? We are immensely impressed with everyone's ingenuity to adapt the way they do business and serve their communities, especially when it comes to presenting events. Stay, Work, Play’s virtual Summit...

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  44. Greater Concord Chamber's Bryanna Marceau recognized with 40 Under Forty Award

    February 5th, 2020

    The New Hampshire Union Leader announced its 40 Under Forty class of 2020 honorees on Monday, January 27, 2020 and we’re thrilled to share that our own Bryanna Marceau is among those being recognized for significant contributions to the...

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  45. The spirit of the season is right here in our community

    November 26th, 2019

    Concord is home to many. As we enter the holiday months, the opportunity to celebrate the spirit of the season with others is as abundant as the cultures that populate the Capital region. It’s a time to come together and enjoy varied customs an...

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  46. More than networking, why support our local chamber

    September 25th, 2018

    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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  47. A century of effective leadership continues

    September 6th, 2018

    As we conclude the Chamber’s 2017-18 fiscal year, we can reflect on a number of successes for the organization. We have continued to serve a robust membership by providing varied programming and networking opportunities, communications and othe...

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  48. Thank you for investing in our community

    August 31st, 2018

    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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  49. Concord's Capital Year

    September 5th, 2017

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

    July 20th, 2017

    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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  51. Top 10 Reasons to Move your Business to the Capital Region

    May 1st, 2017

    AN EDUCATED WORKFORCE • Concord boasts five institutions of higher learning and some of the highest post-secondary graduation rates in the country, with a local high school graduation rate that exceeds 82% and 35.7% of the population having a b...

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