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Networking, learning opportunities, business development, political access, price discounts on products and services you need… we’re here to help your organization succeed!
It’s time to get started on growing your network and your business – there are many benefits to joining the Chamber! We are here to represent you and to help you engage, connect and grow – so let’s get started!
Update contact information for your personal or organization profile, your directory listing, company name or other information. This is also where you can view your event registrations and invoices!
We are a business networking organization that hosts a variety of events. We also offer advertising and sponsorship opportunities with local media. As well as information systems, cost saving programs and political gateways. The Chamber is meant to improve your business in any and every way it can. Check out our Membership Information Guide and learn more about membership and it’s benefits!
No, your business does not need to be located near the Lincoln Chamber. We do however encourage supporting your own local Chamber of Commerce first. We have joint membership agreements with the Grimsby, Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, Port Colborne/Wainfleet, Welland/Pelham, Niagara on the Lake, and West Lincoln Chambers- if you are interested in expanding your connections.
No. However, our member directory with contact information for each member is available online.
Our members range from single-person shops to businesses with more than 50 employees. Our members range in industries from health services, community organizations, retail, dining, wineries, manufacturers, accommodations, and many more. If you’re looking for advice on how to grow your business, the Chamber has members who will be there to support you.
The Chamber Of Commerce Is Dedicated To Growing And Sustaining The Economic Prosperity Of Our Community By Serving, Connecting And Representing Our Members.
Lincoln Chamber of Commerce respectfully acknowledges the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples, many of whom continue to live and work here today. We recognize and deeply respect the historic connection that many First Nations peoples have to this place and acknowledge that our great standard of living is directly related to the resources and friendship of indigenous peoples.