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 is very unique. It is open, inviting, dynamic, and growing.
There are many different ways you can benefit from Chamber membership. There are a large number of special interest committees where you can meet and build relationships with likeminded professionals on interesting events and projects. The missions of the Business Development, Business Technology, Education & Professional Development committees matched my interests. Through my work on those committees, I have built a number of strategic business relationships with other Chamber members. I have referred Chamber members to others outside of the Chamber with the confidence of knowing that my reputation is enhanced by their professionalism and the quality of their products and services. In addition, any professional services or products I need can be provided by members of the Chamber.
As the voice of Morris County businesses, the Chamber acts as a strong advocate for pro-business legislation on the local, county, state, and national level. The Government Affairs Committee uses the collective knowledge and experience of dedicated chamber volunteers to develop and protect the environment for business growth in Morris County. The mission of the Government Affairs Committee is to know what is happening legislatively on the local level and in the state and national capitals, to take stands on issues that are of importance to the Chamber and the business community, and to disseminate that information to members and the public so they can work for business-friendly policies on all levels of government.
The leadership of the Chamber works to develop strong relationships with elected officials. We invite them to participate in our meetings and chamber staff stays in touch with the Governor's office, members of Congress and many local office holders.
We work to position ourselves as advocates for the concerns of our members. We have the relationships and experience to help businesses understand the right strategy to resolve their concerns in the public policy arena.
The Chamber does not endorse candidates for public office, but it does encourage its members and others to support pro-business political action committees and pro-business candidates.
The goal of the Government Affairs Committee is to keep Chamber members and the business community informed about policies that affect them and to direct them to take actions that lead to economic growth and job creation. By doing so, the Committee and the Morris County Chamber of Commerce fulfill their roles of improving the business community and society in general.
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Statue of George Washington, Washington’s Headquarters, Morristown