The Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce
With more than 500 active volunteers and 1,100 business members, the Chamber continues to lead the Elkhart County economy. Take a few moments to check out this information and the Business Directory of Chamber members, the “heart” of a strong business community.
“Leading Business …Leading Our Community”
Much of our work is led by volunteer councils.
A professional staff is ready to serve our members.
The board of directors represents the interests of varied and vibrant business interests.
MISSIONThe mission of the Chamber is to be the leading resource for making connections that foster collaboration which serves and promotes efforts to strengthen the Greater Elkhart business community.
TESTIMONIALS“The Chamber affords our company and other businesses excellent opportunities for networking and business support throughout the Michiana region.”
Our team benefits from the Chamber’s focus of educating, advocating and elevating business. The Elkhart Chamber assists the growth of small businesses, gives them another voice in the community and provides an assortment of events which allows us to get our message out.
Cindy Merton, The Sergio Corporation – First Response of Elkhart
“As a business professional in Elkhart, I rely on the Chamber of Commerce to help keep me connected. They are a great resource for promoting local business through their Lunch-In and After Hour events as well as the Business Recognition Council. They are the center-point of what’s happening in the business community with weekly publications that are very informative for any professional. If you want help promoting a community education event or a business milestone, the Chamber is an effective marketing tool for awareness.
The team that works at the Chamber has a genuine concern for their members and are always open to new ideas. I recommend joining the Chamber and strengthening their network of business professionals so we all benefit.”
Sheila R. Sieradzki, Centier Bank
“Being an Ambassador has helped our company gain a lot of recognition. We have been able to meet people. It has enabled us to get our company information out to these companies and then to work with them. Being an Ambassador has allowed me to help the Chamber and in turn it has helped our business. You can’t just be an Ambassador for a short time and expect a return. It takes time to build friendships and trust. The more a company invests in time at events those friendships and contacts will grow.”
Michael Wolff, Life/Style Photography
“The Women’s Council is dedicated to empowering and supporting women in business. The programs provide ongoing education, and the luncheons allow for many networking opportunities.”
Kym Baker, Ruoff Home Mortgage