WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO
The Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry is dedicated to serving our local business community. Our goals are to provide economic and community excellence to our businesses and industries of Warren County, keeping our Warren County citizens healthy and employed, and continuing to share available resources and goods with one another. Membership Benefits include, but are not limited to: weekly email blasts that reach over 300 business emails of Warren County, Member-to-member discounts, company information listed in our print and online directories, social media promoting through a following of over 2,500 people, planning worksops, HR committee access, and much more! WCCBI staff continue to focus on business retention and expansion, help in facilitating new business startups, and lead multiple economic development projects within our community. WCCBI lends direct support to over TWO DOZEN Community Development Initiatives all year long, at NO PROFIT to us.
Interested in joining the Chamber?
Contact a staff member today by calling 814-723-3050 or email one of the staff members at: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
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WCCBI and WCDA
The Warren County Chamber of Business & Industry (WCCBI) was formed on January 1st, 2003 through the merger of the Warren County Chamber of Commerce and the Warren County Development Association (WCDA).
This merger was developed to ensure that a cohesive and effective delivery mechanism for business, community and economic development was provided for Warren County. Further, an elimination of service redundancy to maximize resource allocation was required. The WCCBI has grown into a multi-faceted organization providing businesses throughout Warren County with “traditional” Chamber of Commerce services while also serving the county as the designated Lead Economic Development Agency.
The WCCBI is a member-based organization and relies on the revenues received through membership investments to maintain and deliver appropriate, value-added, programming across the county.
Additionally, operating revenues are developed through the operation of the Warren County Industrial Complex, a multi-tenant business development incubator facility, and our 300 Second Avenue Building, a five-story downtown building that houses multiple, local businesses.