Results Found: 6Wednesday, May 17, 2023
Join the waiting list for tickets to street.life! 400 – Celebrating Commerce & Community since 1623
PORTSMOUTH—The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth, in partnership with Portsmouth NH 400th, is thrilled to announce that street.life! 400, a dinner party for 900 plus business and community guests on Congress Street, is now sold out. Presented by Service Credit Union, you are invited to join the wait list for the open-air party, stretching from Market Square down Congress Street over four blocks. It's set to take place Tuesday, Aug. 15, as part of the business celebration organized inMonday, May 15, 2023
5.15.23 The Week Ahead: The Chamber brings you the State of the City and a DEI Deep Dive
Hello there! We’ve got two big get togethers this week, should you choose to engage! The first is Tuesday over at Baker Newman Noyes’ new digs. It’s a DEI Deep Dive by a panel of great folks. The second is Thursday over at the Players’ Ring theater. We’ll hear the State of the City Address from Mayor Deaglan McEachern and City Manager Karen Conard. Drama buffs will know the Ring as the intimate theater on the edge of Prescott Park. After the address, we’ll walk 2 minutes to Sol Southern Kitchen &Monday, May 08, 2023
The Week Ahead: Join us for Hit the Decks-the Unofficial start to Summer on the Seacoast!
Hello there! Unofficial things carry a certain fun freedom about them, don’t they? Well, on Thursday, kicking off about 1 p.m., we welcome you to Hit the Decks presented by Buoy Local: The Unofficial start to Summer on the Seacoast. It’s unofficial, because summer doesn’t really start until June 21 (but with all of the decks and patios open, frankly, we can’t wait that long!) Come celebrate with us. No registration is necessary—see where three area radio stations will be stationed and checkMonday, April 24, 2023
The Week Ahead: Lots going on this week -- including a Business After Hours on Thursday!
Hello dear reader! We are deeply delighted to hear the feedback from this spring’s Restaurant Week! And, the good news is—it's not over until Saturday. Plus, we want to give an extra shoutout to the initiative that Northeast Credit Union is supporting for the second Restaurant Week in a row: They say, "We are thrilled to once again support organizations working to resolve food insecurity in our communities. For every Restaurant Week Meal purchased*, we will donate $5 to food pantries at areaWednesday, September 07, 2022
Chamber Collaborative creates new membership category for sole proprietors
PORTSMOUTH—It’s not often Chambers of Commerce reinvent the wheel when it comes to their membership types. But the Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth has done just that: They’ve added a category called Sole Proprietor. This new membership is specifically designed for companies of one who do business under a chosen business name rather than the name of an individual. The Sole Proprietor offering solves a problem. “Previously potential members interested in trying membership in the Chamber hadWednesday, June 23, 2021
Chamber Collaborative elects new board members
PORTSMOUTH — The annual membership meeting for the Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth was held virtually June 17 and featured a discussion of fiscal year 2021 and the election of officers. As board chair, Monte Bohanan, of The Music Hall, thanked board members, retiring President Valerie Rochon, President Ben VanCamp, chamber staff, and highlighted the work the organization has undergone this past year, challenges it faced and overcame—and some—such as COVID-19, whose effects it is still