NJBIA is now partnering with 11 local and regional Chambers of Commerce to offer reciprocal discounts on events and membership.
Members of the participating regional chambers will also have the opportunity to receive NJBIA’s weekly Capitol Memo, which provides weekly updates from Trenton on policy issues relating to business.
“We’re thrilled about this launch and we look forward to partnering with these great organizations who do so much for our members,” said Michele Siekerka, NJBIA President and CEO. “This is a great opportunity to expand the offerings between all of our associations for the collective benefit of all involved members.”
“This is a chance to help our respective members expand their networking reach and receive reciprocal member pricing for attendance at a wide array of select member events,” said Chip Hallock, president and CEO of the Newark Regional Business Partnership (NRBP), one of the participating chambers. “We look forward to helping NRBP’s members grow while welcoming NJBIA members to the connections that we have to offer.”
In addition to the Newark Regional Business Partnership, other participating chambers, thus far, include: the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey; the Capital Region Minority Chamber of Commerce; the Edison Chamber of Commerce; the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce; the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce; the Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce; the Meadowlands Chamber; the Somerset County Business Partnership; the Union Township Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Green Building Council – New Jersey chapter.
For more information about ChamberLink and to access the latest offerings from participating chambers, visit www.njbia.org/chamberlink.