The Chamber

The Chamber of Commerce's Business Director, Linda Anderson, will be happy to answer any questions you may have in regards to their services, membership fees, or general inquiries.

Our Address is:
723 Synagogue Avenue (Earl Porter Lanes building)
Office hours are Monday - Friday (excluding holidays) 08:30 a.m.. - 04:30 p.m.

Please do not hesitate to call 705-232-4656 or E-mail


MISSION STATEMENT

To promote and improve trade, tourism, commerce and the economic, civic and social welfare of the district


VISION STATEMENT

To be recognized as a strategic business partner in the community by offering valuable services and resources that meet the diverse needs of our membership


WHAT IS A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE?

A non-profit, volunteer based association of citizens, united to promote the Commercial, Industrial, Civic, Tourism and Economic Development of the community and district which it serves. The Chamber of Commerce is the heart of a community that strives to promote businesses, organizations and the community as a whole.


PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITIES DON'T "JUST HAPPEN"


They are the results of the combined efforts of our community and business leaders spearheaded by activities of the Chamber of Commerce.


EVERYONE enjoys living in a community that is prosperous and profitable. The growth of a successful community lies in the unity of business and professional people, from all segments of the community whether it is in commerce, industry, or other.

UNITY is the key to success.

MEMBERSHIP is needed to keep the office operating.

INVOLVEMENT - Without your involvement, the Chamber does not have the manpower to benefit the community the way it should.

MANPOWER - It only takes a few hours of your time on a monthly basis.

MEETINGS - Regular meetings are held once per month. Committee meetings are held as required.


VALUES

The Chamber of Commerce believes its first responsibility is to the constituents that comprise its membership. The Chamber and its Board of Directors are committed to increasing the quality of life and the economic diversity of Iroquois Falls.

In carrying out day to day business, the Chamber of Commerce strives to:

  • Respect its employees and Board of Directors for their commitment and loyalty to the mission and mandate of the Chamber as per constitution.
  • Follow the philosophy that economic diversity is the future of Iroquois Falls and continuously look for opportunities to support entrepreneurship.
  • Act as a community leader by providing access to resources and support to new businesses in the district.

Earl Porter Lanes Iroquois Falls & District Chamber of Commerce and Adult Learning Centre, Iroquois Falls, Ontario.

    


   

   


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