The Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce is the destination for businesses and organizations seeking insights, ideas and initiatives to help them be strong, healthy and prosperous. Read more
Expo Early Bird Deadline is May 31!
Only a few days left to get the best price for your booth at Expo! Reserve now through May 31 to get the early bird rate. The Business & Innovation Expo & Tech Briefing is a great way to expose your business to over 1500 potential new customers. You know you need to be there, so sign up now! Learn more.
Tax & Workers Compensation Session
Did you know that N.C. can waive your fees and penalties if you are a small business owner with overdue taxes? Join us for the Tax & Workers Compensation session on June 6 and learn more cost saving details for your business. This event is FREE! Click here for session time and more information.
Global Connections Conference
There’s more to exporting than sending goods to other countries. Many service companies “export” their services internationally as well. You can get all the information you need to decide about growing your business through exports at the Global Connections Conference May 23. Learn more and register.
Winston-Salem in 2013: A Diversifying Community
If you attended our State of Economy Lunch on February 12, you have already received a copy of our annual community and economic report.Winston-Salem in 2013: Celebrating the Centennial. Focusing on the Future takes a brief glimpse back at the history of local commerce, but primarily shows ways in which our economy and our community have been changing in more recent years. We encourage businesses to use this report when they are recruiting new employees, want to know more about our economy, or just need to tell why Winston-Salem is a great place in which to live and work. Contact us at 336-728-9200 to get your free printed copies today
ur report. Read more and download a copy!
Think! Local First - and Strengthen Our Community!
For years the Chamber has been encouraging you to Buy Local. But to have the impact our economy really needs, we all need to do more. Our entire community – from businesses large and small to every local resident – needs to carefully consider how important it is to actively and enthusiastically support our local business and our local community in any way possible. We need to Think! Local First. Learn more!
Deere-Hitachi to Add 300+ Local Jobs
AGovernor Beverly Purdue announced that Deere-Hitachi will invest $97 million to
expand their manufacturing
capacity in Kernersville.This project will
allow Deere-Hitachi to hire an additional 340 full-time employees over the next
four years. The Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce is pleased to have been
a lead partner on this project along with the North Carolina Department of Commerce,
North Carolina Community Colleges, Forsyth County, Kernersville, the Golden Leaf
Foundation, Duke Energy, NC Ports, NC DOT, Forsyth Technical Community College,
Salute to Business Award
Salemtowne was honored with the Salute to Business Award for the month of March. Read more about the award and see a list of past recipients.