Concord has been rated one of the safest and best places to live - not only in New Hampshire, but in the country.
As Concord and the world brace for the challenges associated with COVID-19, serving New Hampshire’s business community and our members has never felt more vital.
BREAKING: Gov. Chris Sununu is imposing a statewide mask mandate, starting Friday, in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 in New Hampshire. The mandate will apply to all indoor public spaces and outdoors when social distancing cannot be maintained. https://t.co/f4wRrGlE8Z pic.twitter.com/ZOTlYyj6y5— WMUR TV (@WMUR9) November 19, 2020
Bookmark our blog (updated regularly) to learn what we're doing to support our community, see what resources we've gathered to help businesses and individuals navigate new challenges and our recommendations for how you can offer support to our community during this challenging time:
We are partnering with @concordchamber & @IntownConcord to collect information from area businesses and assess their current needs. Please take our most recent survey, available via this link. Contact information is optional. https://t.co/QtrVS4Nb09— City of Concord, NH (@CityOfConcordNH) May 5, 2020
The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce takes the health and safety of our members seriously and we are actively monitoring evolving Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) developments. We will continue to evaluate the situation for previously scheduled Chamber and CYPN events and adapt our cancellation policies as necessary.
Visit our Webinars for businesses page and to register for upcoming events and watch recorded seminars on topics we covered to help businesses and employees through the Coronavirus pandemic.
Visit our online events calendar to register for upcoming virtual networking events. You can also see a list of all 2021 networking event dates on our printable pdf calendar.
Visit our key events webpage for the latest updates on our signature events and to register for these popular Chamber events.
Please continue to visit our website for the latest information on events and programming, and contact us if we can help you.
We will continue to offer support to members and the community with updates and vibrant, timely commerce events designed to stimulate our economy once this storm passes. We support the steps the state is taking to reopen NH's economy in a safe, measured way that has the full backing of NH Division of Public Health Services.
Plan to reopen NH businesses will be incremental and not instant as protesters demanded. “They’re trying to accelerate the process when we have had a very good run, here, in NH, of keeping the amount of people infected low...we don’t find them to be very helpful right now.” https://t.co/qE4fI1LDlc— Concord Chamber (@concordchamber) May 4, 2020