To join the Chamber, see the Become a Member section.
To learn about our programs and events, visit the Value of Membership section.
"The Morris County Chamber of Commerce provides the only opportunity of which I am aware in this community for the business leaders of this community, whether they be small organizations or among the major corporations of the world, to come together in one place. It is at the Chamber that we get to know each other, talk about common issues and problems and how to better to improve the community through the use of our collective strength, collective wisdom and collective resources that these organizations bring to bear."
The Morris County Chamber of Commerce serves its members and the people of Morris County as a dynamic business organization that provides opportunities for personal growth, business success and community leadership. Our Chamber has close to 900 members that employ 74,000 people in Morris and the surrounding counties.
In addition to its premier business address, Morris County is rich in history, culture, natural landscape, extraordinary schools and open space.
The Chamber seeks to help each member realize their business and community involvement goals. Regardless of the size of our member organizations, we work with key leaders at all levels to develop a strategy that supports the culture and specific objectives of their enterprise. Our robust committee structure allows members to participate in delivering cutting edge events and programs that add real value for all participants.
Our staff has a strong focus on meeting the needs of our members and partnering with other business and community organizations to "move the needle" on key issues in the community that impact public policy, employment, investment, education, business growth and the non-profit community.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, speaking at the 94th Annual Meeting in January 2015.
Photo by Josh Cuppek