The Chamber Board of Directors are your representatives and take on the task of overseeing financials, guiding policy and working on various chamber committees. Please welcome the board of directors for the coming year:
Over 300 Chamber members and their employees, families and guests were on hand Wednesday night at St. Florian Event Center for the 111th Annual Awards Dinner & Meeting.
The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce 111th Annual Awards Dinner & Meeting is set for Wednesday, October 16th at St. Florian Event Center in Wintersville. Read more about this year’s theme and speaker below. Join us in congratulating this year’s nominees. Nominations were submitted by member firms and their employees via an online form, regular mail and by the annual dinner/special events committee.
Please mark your calendars for some very important dates as the Chamber kicks off its newly revamped committee structure. This is your chance to put your passion, expertise and talent to work for the good of the Chamber and the local business community.
The Chamber takes its role as a supporter of the local business community very seriously and part of that role is to assist in keeping existing businesses open.
The theme for this year’s Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner will be “Anything On Wheels” with many local businesses already on board to make sure it’s an evening of interesting and enjoyable information and displays.
The two-year Ohio operating budget finally passed on Wednesday after the first deadline extension in a decade. Many changes were made to both the House and Senate versions for the final budget to make it out of Conference Committee Tuesday evening. It was finally signed by the Governor early Thursday morning.
On Wednesday, July 24th, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., the Ohio Small Business Development Center (SBDC)at Kent State at Tuscarawas will partner with the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce to host a small business workshop titled “Social Media Bootcamp.”
Don’t miss the 2019 Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce Burger Bash and Corn Hole Competition, sponsored by the Jefferson County Chamber Ambassador Club.
There are a few things that every professional should have and one is a quality, up-to-date headshot. Whether you are using it on a marketing piece, on your website or a business card, it’s often the way that others get their first impression of you and your business or organization. Why take the chance of sending the wrong message? Regardless of the size of your business or organization or your industry, a professionally done headshot is an affordable, smart promotional tool to have – right up there with a quality logo, website and (at least) a one-page marketing piece.