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. Read our blog 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


 

How has COVID-19 impacted your business?
We understand it's vital to understand your needs during this challenging time, so we can better serve our community. We've teamed up with the City of Concord and Intown Concord to conduct a survey to measure the
impact of COVID-19 on the business community. Please take a moment to complete the survey . Thank you!
 

 

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 events and adapt our cancellation policies as necessary. We'll update this webpage with the latest changes in our scheduling:

Tune in live: Payroll mandates related to COVID-19
Monday, March 30 at 3 p.m.!

Rescheduled:

Business Showcase  new date   – to be announced

Scholarship Breakfast for  Leadership Greater Concord  – to be announced

Monthly Forum: State of the City   – to be announced

Cancelled:

April 2 Sugar River Bank Lunch & Learn Series: Becoming a recovery friendly workplace

April 9 CYPN Wellness: Mindfulness in the workplace

April 15 Member Briefing

Please note that we hope to reschedule some of these events in the future and will reach out with updated information once revised plans are in place. Please visit our website for the latest information on events 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.