Find Hartford County Connecticut chamber of commerce, and local city business chambers. Chambers of commerce provide information on local business listings and directories, business practices, networking meetings, events, and marketing.
Avon Chamber of Commerce 412 West Avon Road Avon CT 06001 860-675-4832
Berlin Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 211 New Britain Road Berlin CT 06037 860-827-0588
Bloomfield Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 330 Park Avenue Bloomfield CT 06002 860-242-3710
Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce 200 Main Street Bristol CT 06010 860-584-4718
East Hartford Chamber-Commerce 1137 Main Street East Hartford CT 06108 860-289-0239
East Windsor Connecticut Chamber of Commerce PO Box 270 Broad Brook CT 06016 860-292-6776
Enfield Connecticut Chamber of Commerce PO Box 294 Enfield CT 06083 860-741-3838
Farmington Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 827 Farmington Avenue Farmington CT 06032 860-676-8490
Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce 2400 Main Street Glastonbury CT 06033 860-659-3587
Granby Connecticut Chamber of Commerce PO Box 211 Granby CT 06035 860-653-5085
Manchester Chamber of Commerce 20 Hartford Road Manchester CT 06040 860-646-2223
Metro Hartford Alliance 31 Pratt Street Hartford CT 06103 860-525-4451
New Britain Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 1 Court Street New Britain CT 06051 860-229-1665
Plainville Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 58 West Main Street Plainville CT 06062 860-747-6867
Simsbury Chamber of Commerce 749 Hopmeadow Street Simsbury CT 06070 860-651-7307
South Windsor Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 22 Morgan Farms Drive South Windsor CT 06074 860-644-9442
The Greater Southington Chamber of Commerce 1 Factory Square Southington CT 06489 860-628-8036
Windsor Chamber of Commerce 261 Broad Street Windsor CT 06095 860-688-5165
The stated goal of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is to strengthen competitiveness in the U.S. economy. Its efforts focus on advocacy for policy issues, with less emphasis on business development activities.
Fees vary from one Chamber of Commerce to the next. The fee structure is usually a sliding scale based on the member organization's number of employees or annual revenues. The joining business is considered the member of the Chamber of Commerce, so all employees of that business effectively become members.
Chambers of Commerce do not handle complaints about businesses. These complaints should be filed with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for that particular state or region.