Melissa Rea Concord Chamber

Concord Chamber has tools to boost business in the new year

Melissa Rea Concord ChamberCONCORD, CA (Jan. 27, 2022) — The new year has arrived, and everyone is ready for a fresh start – both personally and professionally.

We have learned a lot at the Concord Chamber over the past two years, from quickly adapting to help businesses in new ways to creating programs to provide funding to keep businesses afloat.

The chamber staff is dedicated to being a catalyst for business growth, a convener of leaders and influencers who can make strong connections and a champion for a stronger business community in the greater Concord area.

The chamber offers trainings and workshops on a variety of topics, such as new laws or trends, state required anti-harassment and marketing. These trainings and workshops allow businesses to stay current with the latest information and be in compliance with state and local laws and requirements.

Networking with peers and meeting new people has been a challenge throughout the last two years, but the chamber has adapted to a virtual setting through Zoom. We offer various events and networking opportunities throughout the month. Even though it may not be the same as meeting in person, we believe this is a great alternative to continue to foster and create relationships with representatives from the business community.

The chamber not only encourages business development, but also community support and awareness. If you would like more information regarding the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce, call 925-685-1181, visit or stop by the office at 2280 Diamond Blvd., Suite 200, in Concord.

Melissa Rea