Being a member of the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce provides you instant access to a network of nearly 800 Hardin County businesses and organizations. While hosting networking events is one thing we do, our commitment to help you make business connections goes much deeper.
We want to help you make the kind of high quality contacts that can actually make a difference. Through events, programs and services as diverse as the needs of our members, we provide the kinds of high quality opportunities that can help each member build beneficial business relationships. Contact us for more information on the opportunities described below.
Business at Breakfast
Members enjoy breakfast with their peers and an opportunity to network with other business and community leaders at this quarterly event. Program content covers topics of interest to business growth and development.
It’s the ultimate power lunch for the busy owner or manager. Each luncheon provides a great networking opportunity for members. Meet new people, catch up with old friends and customers, and share information about your products/services.
Chamber Ambassador Program
An Ambassador is an official representative of the Chamber of Commerce and a front-line volunteer. Ambassadors attend ribbon-cutting events, networking lunches and breakfasts, and other Chamber functions throughout the year. Serving as an Ambassador allows you to become more involved in your business community, resulting in increased networking opportunities, enhanced visibility of your business or organization, and greater opportunities to market and promote your products and services. Additionally, Chamber Ambassadors gain valuable experience, while developing professional skills through making new contacts, strengthening business relationships and accessing resources that will help further their own success.
Opportunities are often available to members who wish to serve on a Chamber Council. Each Council helps guide the Chamber’s programming and activities to promote and improve the business and civic climates of Hardin County. Any member in good standing is eligible for membership in one or more Chamber Councils. And as a member of one of the Councils, you have the opportunity to expand your network of fellow business people, stay on top of local business events and issues, increase leadership skills through participation, and positively impact your community.