About The Chamber
The Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce is organized to advance free enterprise by providing leadership to enhance the economic climate of the business community.
Our vision is to be the essential investment for every business in the area.
No. The Chamber is an independent, not-for-profit, business organization funded through member dues investments and activities. It is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and managed by a professional staff.
From Wikipedia: A chamber of commerce (or board of trade) is a form of business network, for example, a local organization of businesses whose goal is to further the interests of businesses. Business owners in towns and cities form these local societies to advocate on behalf of the business community. Local businesses are members, and 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.
LBCCC does not specifically endorse political parties, elected officials or individual candidates.
Whether you represent a small, medium or large business, being a member of the Chamber offers you many benefits such as..
- -Complimentary admission to a minimum of two events every month:
– Bucks Business Connect Meeting featuring a speaker on a pertinent business topic
– Business Card Exchange to help you meet many prospective customers
- -Networking opportunities
- -Listings in the Directory of Members
- -Special savings through Member-to-Member Discounts
- -Business seminars and workshops
- -Confidential business counseling services and resources through SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives)
- -Legislative action on behalf of business
- -Professional staff to serve you
- -Marketing visibility opportunities for you and your company!
- See Member Benefit Programs for more information
LBCCC membership consists of over 1,000 companies/organizations from Bucks County, and the surrounding area. Members range from single-person businesses to organizations with thousands of employees. Members also consist of those who have just started their business, to those who have been in business for over 60 years.
Absolutely! If you are looking to expand into the Lower Bucks market, or if you have an interest in supporting business in Lower Bucks County, you are cordially welcome to become a member.
In addition to the benefits listed, your firm’s membership demonstrates your commitment to the economic health of this area and provides an excellent opportunity to promote your local branch.
Membership dues vary based on the size of your company or organization.
Check out the Join Today page for more information
Call 215-943-7400 or visit our offices at 409 Hood Boulevard, Fairless Hills. The Chamber staff will be happy to answer any questions and provide information. You can become involved in the Chamber through attendance at events and/or participation on committees. The level of involvement is up to you, but remember . . . your level of participation is directly proportional to the benefits you will receive!
From sponsoring an event to advertising in Outlook, our monthly magazine, the Chamber offers many ways to advertise your business.
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Please search our online Membership Directory.
You can search by Company Name, Primary Representative Name, Business Category, or Keyword.
No, the Chamber does not handle complaints about businesses in the area. Please contact the Bucks County Department of Consumer Protection at 215-348-7442 or 1-800-942-2669.
It’s easy! You can call the Chamber to be added to the roster for the Group, Committee or Roundtable you would like to attend or you can register online.
Check out the Group, Committee & Roundtable page for more information
or Sign-up Online from our online calendar
Go to your App store on your phone and type in ‘Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce’ to install the free App.