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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

Become a Community Partner

Community partners enjoy year-long recognition at GNCC events.

  • Logo on GNCC website 9000 users/month
  • Link to your website in post event email – 15 times throughout the year, over 1000 attendees (including: Lunch & Learn, Niagara Business Leadership Series, Niagara Economic Summit)
  • 4 social media posts across all platform

  • Logo on GNCC website 9000 users/month
  • Link to your website in post event email – 5 times/year to over 1000 attendees (Including International Women’s Day, Women in Business Awards, WINspirational Women)
  • 4 social media posts across all platforms with over 30,000 followers

  • Logo on GNCC website 9000 users/month
  • Link to your website in post event email – 10+ times/year to over 500 attendees (Including Real Talk, Professional Development Series, Socials and Young Professionals Conference)
  • 4 social media posts across all platforms with over 30,000 followers

Join our Community Partner program

Be seen at events throughout the year! If you have any questions, please contact your Chamber representative: Amy Lloyd amy@gncc.ca or Beth Fletcher: beth@gncc.ca.

Companies wishing to advertise on the display must be members in good standing of the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce.

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