• Welcome to Manchester

    Welcome to Manchester

    The Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce is a regional organization serving the city of Manchester and the surrounding communities of Auburn, Bedford, Candia, Derry, Goffstown, Hooksett, Litchfield, Londonderry, and Merrimack.

  • An Engine for Economic Development

    An Engine for Economic Development

    The Chamber strives to ensure and advance a regional and statewide perspective that serves our members in building a quality environment to conduct, sustain, and attract business.

  • An Advocate for the Business Community

    An Advocate for the Business Community

    The Chamber significantly impacts the legislative agenda in City and town halls throughout the Greater Manchester region and in the halls of the State House in Concord.

  • Build Your Brand

    Build Your Brand

    Developing a solid brand is one of the first steps in creating a solid business. The Chamber can provide you with business to business marketing tools such as a business directory, marketing opportunities and sponsorships to meet all budgets.

  • Expand Your Network

    Expand Your Network

    Whether you are starting out, or looking to grow your business it all begins with personal relationships. The Chamber’s professional development and networking programs are great ways to get connected to the business community.

  • Shape Your Community

    Shape Your Community

    Your involvement in the Chamber will support our goals of economic development, improvements in infrastructure, tourism, and green business practices, along with safety and beautification.

Chairman's Welcome

# Welcome to the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce! Dear GMCC Stakeholder, Greater Manchester is an extraordinary region that is richly...

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Dr. Paul J. LeBlanc, Southern New Hampshire University

Dr. Paul J. LeBlanc became President of Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) on July 7, 2003. He previously served as president at Marlboro College (VT) since 1996. Under LeBlanc’s direction,...

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Thanks to @GovernorHassan & @WaltHavenstein for participating in our debate series this morning with @BellwetherCCU http://t.co/q0kIbjIYOW


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