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Offering You Regional Opportunities

The short answer is that you can’t afford the alternative. Through the WSCCI, you will be able to:

• Be a part of a growing regional network of businesses and communities that span beyond borders.

• Participate and become a recipient of advocacy work and legislation that impacts the health of your industry and your business.

• Be among hundreds of businesses and thousands of residents who have made a conscious decision to only do business with WSCCI members.

• Reap the benefits of having member access to www.WSCCI.org, the interactive, comprehensive, online Chamber destination with nearly one million visits each year, which gives you the tools you need to enhance your online profile 24/7 – 365 days a year.

• Gain access to a regional network of free resources to help start, grow, expand or even sell your business, in partnership with organizations such as: C.O.D., Cook Chicago Workforce Partnership, Small Business Advocacy Council, Small Business Majority Group, SCORE of Chicago, etc.

• Utilize the WSCCI E-Communication distributed to nearly one thousand business professionals and community leaders. This resource is available to members for their own business inclusions, as well as knowledge of the most important occurrences in the area.

• Become a part of panel-style seminars, workshops and educational opportunities (many in partnership with other chambers of commerce across the State) about cutting edge issues facing your industry and the business community.

• Engage in the new expansion of our visitor/tourism concept for the region – building a destination presence for the area.

• Have the opportunity to engage with and market to (not hundreds), but thousands of businesses, organizations and community partners and their tens of thousands of employees, representatives and leaders.

• Get involved in a wide range of WSCCI & Community events and committees that provide depth and opportunity, focusing on overall economic and community impact.

Visit our website at www.WSCCI.org for more information, and to learn how to get involved!e

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