Monday Update
June 15th, 2020
The Blackstone Valley Chamber is excited to be opening our doors again, starting today! We've been working hard from the comfort of our homes but we are excited to start seeing some of you in person, even if it's still from 6 feet away. We will be following strict guidelines to ensure the safety of our staff and visitors, which are detailed in our reopening guide.

As always, we are only a phone call or email away and will continue working hard for our members!

Please note our Summer hours:
M-F 9:00–4:00
(Closed Fridays 6/15/2020-Labor Day)
Build a Better Business Webinar
Position Your Business for Greater Brand Awareness and Profitability in a Post-Pandemic World
June 23, 2020 01:00pm

Get the latest tips from a panel of leading experts in finance, marketing, operations, strategy, HR, and sales from the Greater Boston area.

What will you learn?

  1. Effective customer relationship approaches for increased sales
  2. Tools and strategies for increased productivity across your company
  3. Resources for greater efficiency and higher profit margin
  4. Methods for evaluating and developing skilled talent
Join New England Chamber of Commerce Executives, Business Leaders, and Policymakers to Discuss the Local and Regional Economic Opportunities of Offshore Wind
June 23, 2020 01:00pm

Offshore wind has a unique opportunity at this moment in time to benefit the US economy and environment. The pipeline of offshore wind projects is estimated to deliver approximately $100 billion in economic investment, more than 80,000 jobs, and provide enough electricity to power millions of homes.
New England stands at the forefront of this new American energy industry with multiple large projects in development that will deliver thousands of megawatts of clean energy to the grid. One developer, Vineyard Wind, has secured projects in both Massachusetts and Connecticut, with its first project Vineyard Wind 1 planning to receive final permits by the end of 2020 and its Connecticut project, Park City Wind, entering the permitting process this year. These projects will not only deliver competitively priced energy to the Massachusetts and Connecticut ratepayers but will also bring thousands of high-paying jobs, considerable economic investment, and demand for a deep, regional supply chain.
Join your chamber colleagues, business executives, and policy makers to learn more about how this emerging industry will deliver economic benefits to the regional, state, and local economies and how businesses can benefit from the vast supply chain needed to support offshore wind developments. Attendees will also get an update on the regulatory status of projects as Vineyard Wind 1 plans to begin construction this year.
Resiliency Roundtables
June 24, 2020
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
June 26, 2020
1:00 - 2:30 PM

CEO Peer-Advisory Agenda:
90 minutes – Once/month facilitated by Bill Flynn, Catalyst Growth Coach
· Check-in – 15-20 minutes
· Growth Tool review – 10-15 minutes
· Business issues – Accountability partner pairing – 45-50 minutes
· Closing/Action – 5-10 minutes
Free until September – $299/month thereafter – one-year paid commitment
Up to 10 participants per roundtable.
New Members of the BVCC
Please take moment and check out our most recent new members. Support them if you are able by purchasing gift cards, ordering take-out, or scheduling an appointment for a later date. We thank you all! Welcome New BVCC Members!
?Suffolk University Online · Doug Luberda · 73 Tremont Street, Boston, MA, 02108 · 224- 303-0520

Our Sales Coach · Ken Cheo · 25 Braintree Hill Office Park Suite 200, Braintree, MA 02184 · 781-930-3220 ·

Woon-Tech · Joshua Foster · 369 Douglas Rd.Whitinsville, MA 01588 · 401-762-5953 · Cell: 401-330-6258 · ·

New York Life · Nicola Deary · 75 Quinapoxet Lane, Worcester MA: 01606 · 508-612-5354
Contact info:

Office Phone: (508) 234-9090

Jeannie Hebert, President & CEO
cell #: (508) 981 5782

Liz O’Neil, Programs and Events Coordinator
Julia Juskavitch, Marketing Coordinator