Local chambers of commerce are associations of businesses that come together to improve the local economic climate and help members network and find new business. Strong employers link with and learn from like-minded peer companies through business-led civic organizations – chambers of commerce.
Consumers seem to expect chamber members to be better-than-average companies. A study by the Atlanta-based Schapiro Group last August found that consumers are 63 percent more likely to buy products from companies that they believe are chamber members. Separately, ACCE found that in a random sample of 100 companies in the Fortune 1000, at least 75 were members of their local chamber.
Is it time for your business to join the 1,000 members of the Clermont Chamber of Commerce in its mission to make the Clermont County area the best place to locate, operate and grow a business? Businesses considering the return on investment of a Clermont Chamber membership are invited to be our guest at a Future Member Reception at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24 at the Clermont Chamber of Commerce, located in the Eastgate Professional Office Park at 4355 Ferguson Drive, Suite 150.
Founded in 1969, the Clermont Chamber of Commerce promotes local and regional business through business attraction, retention & expansion, educational and networking opportunities.
Call (513) 576-5000 to register for the Future Member Reception and visit our website at www.clermontchamber.com.