92 percent of Manhattan Chamber members have 50 employees or less
To better serve the Chamber members and in support of the small business community, the Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the creation of the Small Business Council.
To maintain and continually improve the business climate of Manhattan.
The Council services as an advocate and sounding board for small business owners.
Provides educational opportunities and training on issues specifically affecting small businesses.
Acts as a voice for small business.
Offers opportunities for development through networking and Chamber programs.
The Small Business Council will be comprised of 15 voting members who are members in good standing in the Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce and represent a small business of 50 or fewer employees. All chamber members are welcome to attend the meetings and provide input.
Meeting Date & Time:
Small Business Council meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:15 a.m., Chamber Boardroom.