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Mark your Calendars for Many Great Upcoming Webinars

Please join Mary Gibbons, Financial Wellness Specialist with KeyBank, and the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce, in presenting a series of seminars focusing on informational financial wellness topics, ranging from Student Loan Debt, ID Theft, Home Buying/Refinancing and Managing Debt, to name a few.  These seminars have been developed to address concerns and questions, putting […]

Job Postings!  List Them and Find Them!

Have you visited our Job Posting page on the Chamber website?  Click here to see some of the great opportunities that member businesses currently have posted.  If you are interested in posting a position, you can use the login you may have previously created, or connect with Carol Patterson at 518-828-4417 or cpatterson@columbiachamber-ny.com, who will help get you […]

More Companies Eligible for NY Forward Loan Fund

Small businesses that received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans of $50,000 or less are now eligible to apply for low-interest loans from the New York Forward Loan Fund (NYFLF), which provides COVID-impacted companies with working capital to cover expenses associated with reopening. Learn more here. 

Columbia and Greene Counties Partner to Launch 2020 Junior Career Institute

Interactive sessions offer practical soft skills training, career awareness and leadership development to local high school students. CEDC and Greene County Economic Development Corporation (GCEDC), in partnership with Columbia-Greene Community College and the Columbia and Greene County Chambers, have launched the 2020/21 Junior Career Institute, in a virtual format because of the coronavirus pandemic. Sessions […]

Chamber News and Events

Mark your Calendars for Many Great Upcoming Webinars: Please join Mary Gibbons, Financial Wellness Specialist with KeyBank, and the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce, in presenting a series of seminars focusing on informational financial wellness topics, ranging from Student Loan Debt, ID Theft, Home Buying/Refinancing and Managing Debt, to name a few.  These seminars have […]

Phase 4 and More

Upcoming Columbia Comeback Meetings Monday, July 6, 2020 | 1:00 pmJoin by Video:  https://meet.google.com/ref-hohp-jjfPhone:  1.505.445.7932 | PIN: 761 356 641#Live Stream: https://youtu.be/b74yayeySqg  Monday, July 20, 2020 | 1:00 pmVideo: https://meet.google.com/pek-ahyg-gujPhone: 1.352.612.1065  |  PIN:  887 138 873#Live Stream: https://youtu.be/hkEatsWuzhA   Phase IV Business  Guidelines  The Capital Region remains on-schedule for a Phase IV reopening on Wednesday, July 1, 2020.  The Governor’s office […]

Phase II

The Capital Region begins Phase II on Wednesday, June 3, 2020! As a business owner, here’s what you need to do to resume business: 1. Business owners must read the “Detailed Guidelines” for their industries. 2. Provide Digital signature affirming you have read and understand the document. This is applicable for both businesses currently open […]

Columbia Comeback, Shop Local Initiative

Columbia County Tourism and the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Columbia County Economic Development Corporation, are pleased to announce a county-wide Shop Local Initiative to drive more sales from patrons in the county to local businesses in our communities as part of Columbia Comeback. The tri-agency partnership is working together to maintain […]

Columbia County Retail, Home & Garden and  Automotive Lists

The Columbia County Chamber of Commerce and Columbia County Tourism have joined forces to assist in the Columbia County Comeback/Buy Local crusade. To access link click on “Columbia County Retail, Home & Garden and Automotive Lists” above photo. In support of the Columbia County food and beverage related businesses, we have been actively updating a […]

Restaurant Update

The Chamber is sharing the delivery and takeout services list from Columbia County Tourism as we are collaborating together to spread the word on businesses currently open and providing a service. To access clickable link, please click on Restaurant Update. While New York restaurants and bars are temporarily closed to dine-in customers, delivery and takeout […]

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