A Chamber membership provides you instant access to a network of nearly 2,000 Springfield area businesses and organizations. Networking events are only one facet of our commitment to helping you make business connections.
We want to help you make better connections--high quality contacts. Through events, programs and services as diverse as our members’ needs, we are helping you build beneficial business relationships.
Good Morning, Springfield!
Begins at 7:30 a.m. (breakfast provided)
Our monthly networking breakfast features current topics and timely updates from the City of Springfield, Greene County, Springfield Public Schools and the Chamber. Find out what’s going on in your city and the region. Contact Kristin Lochner for more information on this networking program and sponsorship opportunities.
Noon – 1 p.m.
ConnectForLunch helps Chamber members get to know each other and their businesses in a format that provides time to build the trust and confidence that leads to referrals and new customers. The program arranges face-to-face lunch meetings for you – as often as each week. Contact Brent McCoy for more information.
Business 2 Business Connection
Noon – 1:30 p.m. (lunch provided)
Promote your products and services and develop new leads at this structured program, designed for small businesses. It’s speed-networking, with the Chamber’s signature touch. Contact Brent McCoy for more information on this networking program and sponsorship opportunities.
60 Minutes to Success
11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m. (lunch provided)
This educational series for business owners is presented by the Chamber’s Small Business Council. The sessions are topic-specific and designed to provide tools, education and resources to help business owners improve their operations. Lunch is provided. Contact Brent McCoy for more information.
Business After Hours
5 – 7:00 p.m.
Join the fun of casual conversation with fellow Chamber members. Great food and door prizes await while you connect with other business leaders and make new contacts. Contact Brent McCoy for more information and sponsorship opportunities.
Experience Springfield introduces new executives to the Chamber and the region. The program allows newcomers the opportunity to network with government, community, business and Chamber leaders and learn more about the Springfield area. For more information or for sponsorship opportunities, contact Kristin Lochner.
Non-Profit CEO/CVO Roundtable
This Chamber networking opportunity centers on not-for-profit organizations and their leaders who gather monthly for informative programs and a networking lunch. For more information, contact Kim Everest.