Find Morris County New Jersey 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.
Boonton New Jersey Chamber of Commerce 100 Washington Street Boonton NJ 07005 973-334-4117
Chatham New Jersey Chamber of Commerce PO Box 231 Chatham NJ 07928 973-635-2444
Denville New Jersey Chamber of Commerce PO Box 333 Denville NJ 07834 973-627-1340
East Hanover New Jersey Chamber of Commerce 6 Deforest Avenue East Hanover NJ 07936 973-992-4343
Lake Hopatcong New Jersey Chamber of Commerce PO Box 64 Lake Hopatcong NJ 07849 973-663-2240
Ledgewood New Jersey Chamber of Commerce 1715 Route 46 Roxbury NJ 07852 973-770-0740
Madison New Jersey Chamber of Commerce 17 Cook Avenue Madison NJ 07940 973-377-7830
Montville Township: Chamber of Commerce 132 Changebridge Road Montville NJ 07045 973-263-3310
Morris County Chamber of Commerce 325 Columbia Turnpike Florham Park NJ 07932 973-539-3882
Morristown New Jersey Chamber of Commerce 25 Lindsley Drive Morristown NJ 07960 973-539-3882
Mt Olive Chamber of Commerce 250 Route 46 Mount Olive NJ 07828 973-691-0109
Newfoundland New Jersey Chamber of Commerce PO Box 64 Lake Hopatcong NJ 07849 973-663-2240
Parsippany New Jersey Chamber of Commerce PO Box 6205 Parsippany NJ 07054 973-402-6400
Pequannock New Jersey Chamber of Commerce PO Box 112 Pompton Plains NJ 07444 973-831-7788
Randolph Area Chamber-Cmmrce 10 West Hanover Avenue Randolph NJ 07869 973-361-3462
Roxbury New Jersey Chamber of Commerce PO Box 436 Ledgewood NJ 07852 973-770-0740
Stockholm New Jersey Chamber of Commerce PO Box 64 Lake Hopatcong NJ 07849
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.