Fairfield County Chamber Of Commerce

Find Fairfield 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.

Bridgeport Chamber of Commerce 10 Middle Street Bridgeport CT 06604 203-335-3800

Danbury Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 39 West Street Danbury CT 06810 203-743-5565

Fairfield Chamber of Commerce 1597 Post Road Fairfield CT 06824 203-255-1011

Greater Norwalk Chamber-Commerce 101 East Avenue Norwalk CT 06851 203-866-2521

Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce 10 Progress Drive Shelton CT 06484 203-925-4981

Greenwich Chamber of Commerce 45 East Putnam Avenue Greenwich CT 06830 203-869-3500

Monroe Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 477 Main Street Monroe CT 06468 203-268-6518

New Canaan Chamber of Commerce 91 Elm Street New Canaan CT 06840 203-966-2004

Newtown Connecticut Chamber of Commerce PO Box 314 Newtown CT 06470 203-426-2695

Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce 9 Bailey Avenue Ridgefield CT 06877 203-438-5992

Stamford Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 733 Summer Street Stamford CT 06901 203-359-4761

Stratford Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 10 Middle Street Bridgeport CT 06604 203-335-3800

Trumbull Connecticut Chamber of commerce 10 Middle Street Bridgeport CT 06604 203-335-3800

Westport-Weston Chamber of Commerce 41 Riverside Avenue Westport CT 06880 203-227-9234

WiltonConnecticut Chamber of Commerce 211 Newtown Avenue Norwalk CT 06851 203-762-0567

About Chambers Of Commerce

Does the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have the same mission as local, regional, and state Chambers of Commerce?

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.

What is the cost of joining a Chamber of Commerce?

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.

Should complaints about businesses be filed with the Chamber of Commerce?

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.