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Chambers of Commerce in Richmond


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Business Listing   Colonial Dames in Virginia - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 282-5879


Business Listing   Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 783-9359


Business Listing   Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce - Business Councils - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 783-9346


Business Listing   Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce - Membership - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 783-9335


Business Listing   Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce - Relocation-Newcomers Guide - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 783-9300


Business Listing   Old Dominion Tours-Virginia Destinations - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 320-5885


Business Listing   Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 782-2777


Business Listing   Virginia Chamber of Commerce - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 644-1607


Business Listing   Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 272-9508


Business Listing   Virginia Historical Society - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 358-4901


Business Listing   Wyndham Hotel - Richmond Airport - Richmond, VA - Phone: (804) 226-4300


   
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Helpful Definition for: Chambers of Commerce


A chamber of commerce in Richmond is a form of business network, e.g., a local organization of businesses whose goal is to further the interests of businesses. Business owners form these local societies to advocate on behalf of the business community. They elect a board of directors or executive council to set policy for the chamber. The board or council then hires a President, CEO or Executive Director, plus staffing appropriate to size, to run the organization. The chamber membership is strictly voluntary. They may also include economic development corporations or formal branch of local government, where they work together and share office facilities.

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