Value of Membership

The 900+ members of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce represent the backbone of the business community in Morris County. 

Their engagement in our Chamber is a vote of confidence in our agenda which is to: Help businesses grow, Provide impactful educational and professional development training, Influence public policy, Drive economic development and job growth, Partner with the not-for-profit community and Make Morris County the best place to live and work in New Jersey!

View our member testimonial videos to hear what our members are saying! 

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP

Raise Your Visibility - We provide you with a forum to network where you can build winning relationships that help you to create new opportunities and learn from members who have a proven track record of success.

Committee Participation - Joining a committee is a great way to share ideas and experiences, build relationships and find business opportunities.  Our committees include: Business Development Committee, Government Affairs Committee, Health & Wellness Committee, Not-For-Profit Roundtable, Tech Talk Forum, Women in Business Program and Young Professionals Committee.

Each committee meets monthly; visit our calendar of events for the schedule.

Opportunity to ‘Pay It Forward’ - Our Chamber believes in the philosophy that the more people you serve and support, the more you will be supported.  We cultivate a “Pay It Forward” mindset and actively encourage our members to be genuinely interested in learning about each other.  We recommend that members do business with each other and to frequently use our member business directory to find the services they need.  If you join our Chamber, you will have the opportunity to develop meaningful and rewarding business relationships with people who are invested in your success. 

Professional Development - Our seminars and workshops are relevant to the business challenges you face today.  Some of our popular topics include: Crafting Your Two Minute Introduction, Improving Your Financial IQ, Maximizing LinkedIn, Networking for the Bottom Line, The Art of Public Speaking, Understanding SEO, and more!

Public Sector Relationships - Many public officials are active in our Chamber.  We can help you build stronger relationships with local, state and federal public officials and work with you to arrange introductions.

Engage with the Non-Profit Sector - Our Chamber has numerous not-for-profit members and you will have the opportunity to build relationships with many of the representatives from this sector.  Many organizations are looking for board members or volunteers to support their cause.  From human services to the arts, many not-for-profits offer tremendous opportunity for partnerships.

TO LEARN MORE about how to become a member in the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, please contact:

Angela Kubisky, Executive Vice President of Membership & Marketing at angela@morrischamber.org or 973-270-8855

 

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Tom Mallaney of CBRE, Inc. (l) and Brian Decillis of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation (r) enjoying a Chamber event.