Info on COVID-19

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.

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:

What we’re doing

Resources for stable businesses who want to minimize impact on staff and customers

Resources for businesses looking at temporarily closing, or reducing staff

Resources for those temporarily losing their job and/or income

Resources for NH residents who have lost their health insurance

Feeling helpless? Here are ways you can help our community and those in the hardest hit industries


What is the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on your business?
We are now well into what some have defined as our new reality. We're working with the City of Concord and Intown Concord to conduct an important follow-up survey to our initial survey to measure the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the business community. Please take a moment to complete the new survey. Thank you for taking the time to help us measure COVID-19's continued local impact.
The City of Concord adopts Face Covering Mandate
Concord City Council announced a mask ordinance effective immediately. You can read the specifics on our blog page or click the link below to see their post on Facebook:

Chamber and CYPN events and programming

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. We'll update this webpage with the latest changes in our scheduling.

Coming up:

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We know what to do when our employees are faced with physical health challenges, so why do mental health issues feel so difficult to navigate? In our next webinar with @riverbendcmh you’ll learn how to use your HR Professionals as a resource to confidently guide your employees to the help and support they need. A portion of this complimentary webinar will be reserved for Q&A. Register: This is the final session in our Mental Health in the Workplace Webinar Series. Interested in watching some of the previous presentations? You can access video recordings of all our webinars on the Chamber website: #webinar #mentalhealth #mentalhealthstigma #workplaceculture #webinar #concordnh #nh #chamber #depression #anxiety #business #support #employer #healthyworkplace #workculture #HR #humanresources #employees #health #wellness #employeewellness

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Visit our Webinars for businesses page to register for upcoming events and watch recorded seminars on topics we covered to help businesses and employees through the Coronavirus pandemic.



Leadership Greater Concord Scholarship Breakfast – to be announced

Pinnacle Awards - Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Holiday Inn in Concord.

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We're less than a month away from our 15th Annual Pinnacle Awards Ceremony! This year’s event will be hosted in a unique format; attendees can join in person or online and enjoy lively networking and a robust agenda no matter how they choose to participate. We will be following all safety guidelines for the in person event, and that includes limited seating. So register now to reserve your seat or a table of six for our luncheon at Holiday Inn in Concord. We're excited to celebrate with you on Thursday, November 19 from 11:30am-1:30pm. Register for in person or online event: Thank you to our generous event sponsors @eversourceenergy, Sanel NAPA and Business NH Magazine. #PinnacleAwards #2020PinnacleAwards #ConcordNH #congratulations #congrats #goodnews #volunteer #award #yp #community #businesscommunity #chamber #celebrate #weloveourmembers #business #smallbusiness #nonprofit #businessleader

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Please note that we hope to reschedule some previously cancelled events in the future and will reach out with updated information once revised plans are in place.


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.