Top Reasons to Join Chamber

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Top Reasons to Join the Chamber

Our staff at the Great Falls Area Chamber of Commerce makes it a priority to serve as a valuable resource to your business. Here are the top reasons to join today!

Networking

Increase your business-to-business relationships by making contacts, giving and receiving referrals, and expanding your network.

  • Business for Breakfast
    • Our Networking Breakfast is an opportunity to market your business and service offerings to attendees.
  • Business After Hours
    • Network and exchange business cards at our monthly mixer with over 100 attendees! The monthly mixers are held at different member businesses each month.
  • Quarterly Luncheons
    • Recognizing local businesses and their successes in the Great Falls community and presenting the winner with an award.  Over 200 attendees!
Marketing/Promotion

The Great Falls Chamber of Commerce provides you with opportunities to boost awareness of your company to potential customers and business professionals.

  • New Member Profile
    • All new Chamber members are given the opportunity to include a 25-word profile and logo on our website.
  • Great Falls Insighter
    • All Chamber members receive a listing in our premier publication, the Great Falls Area Chamber of Commerce Insight (1,000 copies distributed).
  • Online Business Directory
    • Only chamber members are listed in the business directory, increasing your visibility in the community.
  • Weekly Update eNews
    • This informative weekly email keeps you up-to-date on important area information, business issues, and upcoming events throughout the Great Falls Community. With over 2,000 subscribers, it is a valuable advertising tool for your business, and an affordable option.
Business Education

Take advantage of our business education programs.

  • Tools for Business
    • Discount courses at the Great Falls College MSU
    • Workshop and Seminars
  • SCORE: One-on-one consulting is available at the Chamber through the Service Corps of Retired Executives. Get the answers you need to improve your business.
Advocacy & Community Involvement

The best way to forge long-term business relationships is by working closely with people to accomplish goals that help the community. At committee meetings and events, you will have the opportunity to network and talk face-to-face with government officials and business community leaders.

  • Government Affairs
  • Military Affairs
  • Leadership Great Falls