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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce is the champion for the Niagara business community. With almost 1,600 members representing 50,000 employees, it is the largest business organization in Niagara and the second-largest Chamber in Ontario. The Chamber Accreditation Council of Canada has recognized the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce with its highest level of distinction.

Joining the GNCC is simple. Membership is based on organization size; in addition, there is a tiered model that offers cumulative benefits at each level. This page may be used to sign up for membership based on the size of your organization; annual dues are proportional to the size of your business.

All Membership levels include:

  • Business & members networking
  • Group discounts and savings programs
  • Member to member discounts
  • Group benefits plan
  • Your company listed in our membership directory
  • Monthly newsletters
  • Lunch & learns events
  • Advertising opportunities to over 2,500 contacts
  • Political network and contacts
  • Advocacy assistance
  • Preferred member rates to GNCC events
  • Free admission to 12 Business After 5 events (BA5s)
  • Ontario Chamber of Commerce membership
  • Canadian Chamber of Commerce membership

Complete the online form below, or complete our fillable membership form [PDF] and return it to admin@gncc.ca. If the fillable PDF isn’t compatible with your PDF viewer, you can download a form-free version of our membership form, and print it out and complete it at your leisure.

Alternately, you can also contact Member Program Manager Marcie Clarkson (marcie@gncc.ca, 905-684-2361 ext. 229) or Membership Director Ryan Treanor (ryan@gncc.ca, 905-684-2361 ext. 231).

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