Concord has been rated one of the safest and best places to live - not only in New Hampshire, but in the country.
Chamber Connections is a fantastic way to meet and understand other businesses around the Concord area. Due to the small number of businesses invited each session, you're able to form real relationships with colleagues across a multitude of platforms. After only two sessions, my company plans to conduct business with at least two of the other participants, and are happy to bring our resources more locally than ever before. I would highly recommend being a part of Chamber Connections to any local business. ~ Matthew Johnson, Concord Orthopaedics
In my profession, insight into what other people do and why they do it is a requirement for producing good work. Chamber Connections gave me a privileged view into businesses new to me and a chance to explain my own. I looked forward to the meetings as I look forward to continued relationships with the people that I met. ~ Christopher N. Carley, AIA, LEED AP, C.N. Carley Associates
Build your business with Chamber Connections, an education-driven meet-up group for business and nonprofit professionals offered by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce biannually with a goal of connecting people on a deeper level so participants can learn about one another’s businesses and create lasting connections. Each group is carefully constructed to represent a variety of professions, backgrounds and skill sets resulting in a non-compete, business development group made up of individuals from varying industries who meet bi-weekly over a six month period. Each participant gets the opportunity to speak before the group twice; once to present his or her organization and again to showcase any skills or areas of expertise that could help other participants as well as those in their network.
If you're looking for a low-pressure, business group that's built on relationships, learning and trust, look no further than Chamber Connections where leads happen naturally as lasting connections form.
For more information or to apply for future participation, please contact Kathy at (603) 224-2508.
We’re excited to welcome a new group of Chamber Connections participants starting on January 9: Trip Anderson, McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center; Richard Bean, New Hampshire Print & Mail Service; Josh Beaucher, Daniel Webster Council; Nellie Doughty, HarborOne Mortgage; Jim Figueira, Primerica; Matt Johnson, Concord Orthopaedics, PA; Schyler Jones, Mirador IT LLC; Robbyn Kelly, Kelly Cleaning Service; Lea Kelsey, 3W design, inc.; Erin Lambert, Wilcox & Barton, Inc.; Kelly McCaskill, Ridgelight Studio; Candice O’Neil, Hudkins Law, PLLC; John O'Neill, Northway Bank; Justin Parker, Concord Family YMCA; Amanda Savage, North Branch Construction; Tim Sheedy, Phenix Title Services, LLC; Warren Shumway, Mind Earth Tree and Landscape Services; Helen Skaleris, Allison James Estates & Homes; and Stephen Smith, FIREHORSE Creative, LLC.