September 17, 2014
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Business demands contacts and customers. Smart business demands more. Smart business demands a reliable network of likeminded, forward-looking confidants prepared to affect positive change on their local and regional business environment. It demands access to current information on the local business climate and to community leaders working for its enrichment. Smart business demands advocacy. Smart business is about people and influence and the power of connection. Your business thrives on it. Your future depends on it. Smart business demands a dynamic chamber of commerce. Smart business in Fairfield means a membership in the Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce.

Chamber members are as diverse as the Fairfield community itself: they represent businesses of all sizes and industries, viewpoints and goals. Together, we’re shaping Fairfield’s dynamic business environment and making the city an exceptional place to live and do smart business. Join us and make your own connections — in Fairfield and in the world of business. It starts here.

Increase your access. It’s about networking. Joining a 350-member organization has a way of fattening up your address book. Through targeted networking opportunities, from Speed Networking to the monthly Business After Hours series to the Blast Off golf tournament series to Legislative Breakfasts to quarterly receptions to the Business Showcase, much time doesn’t go by that a Chamber member has a new, innovative opportunity to network with Fairfield’s business community and political leadership.

Get your word out. The Chamber sponsors nearly twenty monthly, quarterly or annual functions, many of which are sponsor-supported and marketed to thousands. With a Chamber membership, you have the opportunity to advertise your business for substantially less than traditional advertising and still reach a wide audience. Other marketing opportunities include:

  • Business After Hours
  • Newsletter mentions
  • Business Showcase
  • Speed Networking
  • Ambassador visits covered by the media
  • Referrals from thousands of visitors, residents and businesspeople

Get involved. A committee, Chamber post or one-time volunteer opportunity is ready for you- just let us know you’re interested and we’ll have an embarrassment of volunteer options for you to choose from.

Enhance your operations. Our Ambassador committee is available for ribbon cuttings and new businesses introductions. Our pyramid call system alerts you quickly to lost or stolen checks, bad checks, etc. Secretarial services and faxing services are also provided.

Heighten your visibility. An investment in the Chamber gains your business instant credibility, visibility and marketability - and it provides immediate opportunities for your business to be promoted to other members and the public. Show your support for smart growth and development in the Fairfield area by displaying your membership plaque and decal at your place of business. Contact fellow members easily through access to mailing lists. mention in the ChamberLink newsletter and monthly Chamber page in the local newspaper.

Invest in a healthy economy. For you. The Chamber is here to grow your business, and your membership enables us to advocate for you, to promote an agenda focused on community and economic growth. From the generation of pertinent economic and industry-specific data and materials utilized in targeted business and community growth to increased access to political decision makers to an ongoing and evolving program of works, none of what we do and will do in the future is possible without the investment in the Fairfield community more than 350 Chamber members make each year through a membership.

Help us help Fairfield. What else?

  • Provide for an increased and enhanced laborforce by assisting new workers and families in relocating to the community.
  • Coordinate with regional organizations on planning and common community goals.
  • Implement and facilitate seminar and training programs and opportunities for the area’s workforce.
  • Constantly updated business community data made available to the public and political leadership in the region.
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