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Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce

Through research, community collaboration and a dynamic planning process, the Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce has created a vision to be the community resource for small business, with a strong focus on support, attraction and development.

We listened to the business community, community leaders and our membership to develop our new brand and in three focused service-areas which all essentially provide information, referrals and networking.

SUPPORT: The Chamber SUPPORTS businesses by providing information and referring inquiries to our partners like KEDA, SBTSC, MTEC SmartZone, Entrepreneur Support Center, Jutila Business Incubator or whichever organization is best to assist that business. In addition we are working toward building a business calendar.

ATTRACT: The Chamber also provides information and referrals to people wanting to visit or relocate here. If someone wants to inquire about tourism, we send them directly to the Keweenaw Convention and Visitors Bureau. And whether someone is relocating a business or family here, we will continue to send them to the appropriate community resource(s) that will meet their need(s).

DEVELOP: The Chamber is going to continue growing networking and visibility opportunities for small business. We will continue to provide ribbon cuttings, promotion, Eggs and Issues, golf outings, promotion and a monthly newsletter.




 CEC Logo-PlainConnecting Entrepreneurial Communities Conference

October 7-8, 2015

                                                            Conference information by clicking here!

Breakout session information can be found at this link: CEC BREAKOUT SESSIONS you will need to know which breakout sessions you would like to attend for registration

                Register by clicking here!

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