The Chamber represents and supports members at the local, state and federal levels
Legislative Advocacy: Working for You
The Chamber advocates on behalf of the region’s business community on critical issues at all levels of government – local, state, and federal.
Including you as a Chamber member gives us an even stronger voice with those individuals, agencies, and organizations that make the decisions and create the policies that affect you and your business.
For public policy assistance, contact the director of government affairs and public policy at 508.753.2924, ext. 222.
For economic development assistance,
contact the economic development associate at 508.753.2924, ext. 227.
Business Development Task Force
The Business Development Task Force mission is to offer financial and educational resources targeting the needs of new and existing businesses for the purpose of expanding and supporting the Chamber’s membership base.
Our focus is geared towards partnering with area service organizations to provide marketing and grant opportunities in the areas of:
- Education for Your Workforce
- Business Solutions
- Increased Profitability
- Access to Resources
- Improved Productivity
Current partnerships include the Center for Women & Enterprise; MLK, Jr. Business Empowerment Center; SCORE; and the Small Business Development Center at Clark University.
Committees and Volunteer Opportunities
Members interested in becoming more involved with the Chamber have many opportunities to volunteer on one of our committees or helping with any of our events. This is a great opportunity to serve residents and the business community while meeting fellow business professionals.
Some of the many opportunities available include:
- Membership Committee
- Digital Marketing/Web Committee
- School-Business Partnership Committee
- Economic Development
- Town-Wide Clean Up
- Annual Golf Tournament
Contact Chamber Liaison Virginia Murphy at (508) 753-2949 or firstname.lastname@example.org.