WHY BECOME A MEMBER?
The Chamber is devoted to providing you and your business with the best service we possibly can. This involves us offering several benefits through our membership program, including but not limited to:
WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?
THE BENEFITS OF BECOMING A MEMBER
The West Nipissing Chamber was established in 1952 and continues to build a strong business climate through advocacy, networking, information sharing and member programs. Our initiatives allow businesses to become better equipped to handle the changing demands of the modern economy, while working to make the legislative and policy changes needed to ensure that West Nipissing continues to be a great place to do business!
Promoting your business can be expensive and time-consuming. We want to help! All Chamber members are added to our directory on the WNCC website. Members are encouraged to advertise their products and services through our newsletters, and are given the opportunity to sponsor popular local events such as Feast on the Farm and The Business Excellence Awards. Chamber Members are also encouraged to host and participate in our Business After Hours events!
WORKSHOPS AND NETWORKING EVENTS
The Chamber works with its partners to host various workshops and events throughout the year. Attending events like Business After Hours, Lunch & Learns, and our Holiday Party provide an excellent opportunity to network with local community members and learn new skills to help grow your business.
SAVINGS ON EVENTS, INSURANCE AND MORE!
All WNCC Members and their employees can purchase tickets for our local events at a discounted rate. Members also have access to the Chambers group insurance plan as well as discounts on CAA services and much more. For a full list of benefits, please visit the Members section of our website! *Some restrictions do apply*
As a member of the West Nipissing Chamber of Commerce, you have access to an organization that will support and advocate your business interests. We have strong relations with Municipal, Provincial and Federal Governments and bring forward any concerns that impact the local business economy.