Interested in Becoming a Chamber Member?

We help promote local businesses to showcase
what Warsaw is all about!

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When you join a chamber, you can network with other member businesses. By networking, you get to know others in your community, develop partnerships, and support other businesses. If your business is ever in need, you’ll have a community of business owners to turn to for help.


The chamber of commerce promotes your business, especially when you first become a member. Our Chamber has many marketing venues, including our website, social media, community events, and print advertising.

Professional Development

From time to time we host professional development events which might include training or meeting opportunities. These opportunities help you learn or improve upon skills that are essential to running your business and/or better your company without breaking your budget for business.


Being a chamber of commerce member makes your business more desirable to customers. When a small business is a chamber of commerce member, consumers are 80% more likely to purchase goods or services from the business in the future (The Schapiro Group, 2012).


The chamber of commerce supports member businesses. It acts as a voice for the common interests of members. You also have the opportunity to get involved in your chamber. You could have the chance to influence your local government on issues that impact small businesses.

Get Involved!

When you get involved with our chamber of commerce, you will become better connected to your community. You will become more aware of community and business issues. You can help solve problems, and members can help you solve your problems.

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You can also email us or give us a call at:
1-855-4WARSAW (1-855-492-7729)