Let The Chamber of Commerce Work for You
The Chamber as your Friend:
Networking sessions: We foster businesses to meet, to work with each other and to share best practices.
Referrals: We encourage our members to do business with each other whenever possible and to introduce members for referrals. The Chamber acts as your marketing arm when inquiries come in from emails or telephone calls looking for your type of business.
Complimentary Business Consulting: We put you in touch with SCORE and the SBDC to help you with business planning and resources.
Better Customer Service: Enjoy 20% – 25 % discounts with Constant Contact, a trusted partner in keeping up with your contacts.
The Chamber as your Publicist:
WVOX Radio Interviews & Advertising Opportunities: As a member, you can be the featured guest on a twice monthly radio show on the first or third Wednesday of every month on 1460 AM or online at wvox.com to help promote your brand. As a member, share your message with the business community and public when your interview with morning show host, Bob Marrone, 6 AM – 9 AM every weekday on 1460 AM and online at wvox.com.
Westchester Business Today TV Show: As a member, share your message with the New Rochelle Public Cable TV show that is yet another Broadcast opportunity to promote your business.
The Chamber as your Marketing Executive:
Chamber Website: We publicize your company information, description and logo.
Thanksgiving Day Parade: Let the Chamber help you increase your brand awareness and community involvement by marching in the annual parade.
Sponsorship Opportunities: Let the Chamber help you increase your brand awareness by sponsoring the Chamber’s well-publicized, high-profile events.
Grand Opening or Grand Re-opening Events: Let the Chamber help put your business on the map and recognized by key players and influencers by having the Chamber intercede and publicize your event to local government, press and Chamber Members.
To advance the concerns of the New Rochelle business community, to provide benefit to its membership, and to ensure that New Rochelle presents an environment that supports growth and prosperity.
The New Rochelle Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1922, is committed to advancing the concerns of the New Rochelle business community and the economic vitality of the city.
The Chamber lobbies actively on behalf of the businesses it represents to ensure that New Rochelle provide a favorable environment in which to operate a business or profession. Our numerous events have enhanced city life for many years.
The Chamber works closely with the city of New Rochelle and the Business Improvement District (BID) to promote economic development and market assets of New Rochelle. Members are encouraged to participate.
The New Rochelle Chamber is … a clearing house… a complaint bureau… an information center… a business ethics/consumer-interests bureau… a legislative watchdog service…a business and community promotions agency… and much more.
The Chamber is run by its members through an elected board of directors who hold bimonthly meetings to discuss upcoming issues and initiatives in which the chamber will be involved. The officers of the board of directors comprise the executive committee. The job of the executive committee is to review potential new programs and members benefits and to make recommendations to the board of directors. The board of directors sets Chamber policy and hires the executive director who is the Chamber spokesperson and community liaison of the organization. The Chamber’s executive director, along with a professional staff, assists in implementing the policies of the board.
What does this Chamber do?
The variety of Chamber activities is virtually unlimited and changes to meet the needs of the business community. Its overall mission of business and community development is reviewed annually and updated as needed.
How is the Chamber funded?
Membership investment in the Chamber is based on a fair share formula and is the major portion of the organization’s income. Chamber membership is an investment in the present and the future of New Rochelle. Any business or individual sharing a common interest in community improvement and development is eligible for membership.
How are the resources used?
Your membership investment helps the Chamber work on projects and programs in the areas of governmental affairs, community development, economic and business development, and member services and programs. Under these areas, committees and task forces implement the Chamber’s plan of action.
In addition to member services, members can make use of the Chamber’s logo.
- Use the Chamber logo on business literature.
- Be featured on our website, as well as our Facebook and Twitter pages.