Are you looking to support local businesses in Pike County? Visit us at www.PikeChamber.com to view our full member directory and feel confident knowing that you’re selecting local businesses that you can trust. To become a member, and start promoting YOUR local business, fill out our member application today!
April 9th, 2015
Posted on Pike County Chamber of Commerce is hosting Business Education Seminar Series
The Pike County Chamber of Commerce is kicking off a Business Education Seminar Series with its first seminar entitled: What’s Your Plan? Learn about Business Plans & Pick an Option That Works for You! Whether you are in business or considering starting a business, a plan is crucial to your success. In this session you will begin to construct the pieces of the plan or update what you already have. From the executive summary to the financial projections, Donna Simpson, Consultant Manager of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will provide tips and resources to make writing a plan easier. This session is for anyone seeking clarity on the direction of their business.
The Business Plan Seminar will be held on April 28th at the Pike County Public Library in Milford, PA in the downstairs meeting room from 5:30p.m. to 7:00p.m. The cost is free for Pike County Chamber members or $20.00 for non-members. Whether you are starting your business from scratch with ideas or you want to dust off and update your current business plan, this would be for you. Please R.S.V.P. by calling 570-296-8700 no later than April 24th.
The Business Education Seminar series will continue with the following seminars in order starting with Improve Your Credit, The In’s and Out’s of Social Media and Learning about Customer Service. The economy is turning; let’s turn with it by attending these educational seminars hosted by the Pike County Chamber of Commerce and learning what is needed to help you.
Posted on March 27, 2015
Are you tired of the same old, boring meals at home? Are you looking for some new recipes to make your mouth water? Look no further! The Women in Business Committee of the Pike County Chamber of Commerce has “The Melting Pot,” a collection of recipes from other women and local chefs. For just $10.00 each, you can get this wonderful cookbook for your home, or get it as a great gift for anyone. Visit us at www.pikechamber.com to purchase online.
DV Future Business Leaders and Pike Chamber Looking for Support
Posted on March 17th, 2015
The Delaware Valley School’s Future Business Leaders of America Class and the Pike County Chamber of Commerce are looking for support from the community to help make their 1st Annual Tricky Tray fundraiser a success. The event will be held on Saturday, April 25th at the Delaware Valley Middle School Gym in Milford, PA.
The Pike County Chamber is working in conjunction with the Delaware Valley School’s Future Business Leaders in an effort to showcase local and surrounding businesses to the community. Businesses/organizations are asked to donate trays of items that include their products or gift certificates for their services to promote their businesses. We are also accepting trays/baskets from individuals. All baskets must be submitted with the identity of the business or individual that donated it. All tray/basket donations must have a minimum value of $30.00 and Grand Prize tray/basket donations must have a minimum value of $100.00 to $500.00 or more. Any individual or business/organization may donate more than one tray/basket. Tricky Tray donations are a great way to promote your business while supporting local youth. Chamber members and non-members are welcome to donate.
For a list of tray/basket ideas please visit www.pikechamber.com and feel free to be creative. In addition, monetary donations and gift cards are graciously accepted to help purchase additional items for Grand Prize trays/baskets. All proceeds will benefit the DV Future Business Leaders of America and the Pike County Chamber of Commerce.
Individuals or local businesses looking to donate new items or services, should contact the Pike County Chamber of Commerce at email@example.com or 570-296-8700. All donated trays/baskets must be brought to the Pike County Chamber offices at 209 East Harford Street in Milford no later than Monday, April 20th.
Who’s Who of Pike County’s Businesses
Posted on March 13, 2015
Did you know that at the Pike County Chamber, we have a “Who’s Who of Pike County’s Businesses” via our member directory? Support your local small business! All of our members are listed in various categories, and a local business is easy to find, depending on what kind of service you are looking for. For more information on how to view our member directory of businesses, or to become a member yourself, visit us at www.pikechamber.com.
Give Your Business Exposure
Posted on March 3, 2015
As warmer weather starts to move in this Spring, people will start getting out again and businesses will start to see an increase. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to give your business the exposure it needs and take advantage of the increased business that the warmer weather and strategic marketing will create. Become a member of the Pike County Chamber today to take advantage of our member benefit and give your business added exposure in Pike County!