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The next Chamber event will be for our member families: A BBQ at Barnard Park in Goffstown on Saturday, Aug. 19. The town pool will be open! We will incorporate a shortened networking event to introduce each other, a quick update on Chamber business and the rest of the time will be for socializing, eating, swimming and playing. Stay tuned for more details, but this event is for our members, their staff and families. Not a member yet? Don’t delay. Join today to be sure to be included in the Chamber’s first event of its kind.

According to the BIA: Chamber membership boosts reputation

Did You Know: businesses that belong to a chamber of commerce enjoy a bump in their reputation of up to 68%? A Schapiro Group study also finds businesses that advertise on chamber websites & newsletters see a 157% increase in clicks. The TriTown Chamber is a member of the BIA, which is the state’s Chamber of Commerce. As such, each member of the TriTown Chamber has access to the BIA and all of its benefits. For more from the BIA , click here.

Thanks to everyone who made the Business After Hours a Success!

Thank you to all who joined us for an evening of networking and socializing. We are especially thankful to Stonebridge, our hosts, for the wonderful appetizers and beautiful space to meet. Thanks also goes to Amanda Savage from the Business and Industry Association who joined us to share what her organization does and how it benefits our local business. It was great to see so many new faces, and we look forward to our next members event, a family bbq at Barnard Park Pavilion in Goffstown on Aug. 19. Save the date, and look for more information soon.

Grow Your Business

  • Self-Employed? Don’t Make These 6 Mistakes Being self-employed comes with a lot of flexibility. Essentially, you’re your own boss which gives you the liberty to work on projects that you’re passionate about, at your own pace. However, the freedom that comes with being an independent worker is not without challenges. Now that you’re running your own business, access to the different benefits of ...
  • SCORE: Promoting Your Business On demand workshop: Complete at your pace. This free online workshop will help you learn tools that will enable you to promote your business more effectively through grassroots marketing, public relations, promotions, trade shows, and word-of-mouth techniques. In this course we’ll also examine the marketing campaigns of successful companies and provide sample plans and steps to start ...
  • August 3: 4 Steps to Starting a Successful Part-Time Business Are you thinking of starting a part-time business while keeping your full-time job? In this webinar, Nellie Akalp, CEO of CorpNet.com, will share how to successfully run a side business. She will guide you through these crucial steps to success. Click here for more information and to register.
  • SCORE offers assistance to new and existing small businesses MERRIMACK VALLEY NH SCORE: Based in Manchester and one of six SCORE chapters in New Hampshire, our service area includes Hillsborough and Merrimack counties, including the towns of Concord, Manchester, Salem, Nashua and Milford. “Timely, Quality Business Counseling” is our mission. Approximately 65 volunteer mentors assist start-ups and existing small businesses by providing free business counseling, small business ...
  • 4 Actionable Tips That Create Customer Loyalty From the Small Business Connection: What can your business do to create more customer loyalty in an age of instant gratification? READ MORE

BIA News

  • No more days out of the office for continuing education Don’t send your employees to expensive, daylong seminars to get their continuing education or professional development credits. BIA now offers its E-learning Accelerator, an online portal where learners can earn CEUs, PDUs, & CPEs at their own pace. There are over 130 courses to choose from, starting at $49. Content areas include Leadership, Finance, Operations, ...
  • Legislative Update: How do you like them apples? The other meeting of the minds coming up will be the Committee of Conference dealing with SB 191, a bill that would provide state aid for full day kindergarten. While there are some policy differences the chambers must resolve (like whether the state should provide targeted aid or blanket aid to all communities), there’s one ...
  • Legislative Update: Endgame A budget conference committee is like a three-dimensional chess game. Pawns are sacrificed; pieces exchanged, the clock ticks. As the committee regroups this week, strategy is being planned across several boards at once. Without their own budget, the House is at a considerable disadvantage as it doesn’t even have all its pieces on the board. While ...
  • BIA: Share your school-to-career pathway experiences BIA will host a meeting June 29 in their office, 122 N Main St, Concord from 9 – 10:30 am, for member employers who are engaging with area high schools, colleges, or both in order to expose young people to job and career opportunities right here in NH.  The meeting will allow you and other ...
  • BIA Business Perspective: Pulp fiction NH’s statewide chamber of commerce is urging Gov. Sununu to veto a bill hiking rates on biomass-generated electricity. In the latest BIA Business Perspective in the NH Sunday News, President Jim Roche says the bill, should it make it to the governor’s desk, will raise prices for all ratepayers at a time when the goal ...

Join today

There is no better time than now to join or renew your Chamber membership. Membership fees are just $100 annually for businesses, or $75 for nonprofits.  To join, fill out the Membership form and submit it. If you do not wish to pay online, there is an option to mail a check.