The Columbia County (New York) Chamber of Commerce is seeking an experienced, community-focused leader to manage and motivate a seasoned staff and committed group of volunteers, to achieve goals as determined by the Board of Directors, and to implement and communicate the mission of the organization.
Real estate investing, rehabbing and “flipping” are the topics covered in two workshops Real estate investing, rehabbing and “flipping” are the topics covered in two workshops sponsored by the Columbia-Greene Board of Realtors on Thursday, April 14 at the CGBR office, 337 Fairview Ave., Hudson. “Getting Started as a Real Estate Investor,” from 9-noon and [...]
To vote for the Best of Columbia County click here. Upcoming Events Annual Legislative Breakfast – April 8 Congressman Chris Gibson, Senator Kathy Marchione, Assemblyman Peter Lopez and Steve McLaughlin, Assemblymember Didi Barrett and Columbia County Board of Supervisors Chairman Matt Murrell have been invited to speak at the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce annual Legislative Breakfast. [...]
“Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flow charts. It is about one life influencing another.” - John C. Maxwell Maximize your Chamber Membership by utilizing the Chamber. The staff will connect you with other businesses as well as local elected officials. To get support from your Chamber, call 828-4417 or email Chamber President, David Colby at [...]
Columbia County Chamber of Commerce to Take Part in Community Solar NY Program To Support Growth of Photovoltaic Investment Under NY-Sun Solarize Program Offers Limited-Time Discounts to Local Residents; Check our website the week of April 4 for more details Columbia County Chamber of Commerce will take part in Community Solar NY, a program that [...]
“You don’t get harmony when everyone sings the same note.” - Doug Floyd Supporting Local Business, that is the role or your Chamber Staff everyday. Making connections and providing advocacy for members and potential new businesses is a big part of what your Chamber does. To get support from your Chamber, call 828-4417 or email Chamber President, [...]
“We spend January 1 walking through our lives, room by room, drawing up a list of work to be done, cracks to be patched. Maybe this year, to balance the list, we ought to walk through the rooms of our lives… not looking for flaws, but for potential.” - Ellen Goodman Chamber priorities in 2016 include: [...]