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We are the primary catalyst for the success of Greater Nashua’s diverse business and nonprofit communities through advocacy, building connections, and professional development.

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A Word From Our CEO

“As a growing community, we need to support each other whenever we can. We hope you join us on this journey – your voice and experience are important to an inclusive and complete vision for Greater Nashua’s economic future”

Kate LuczkoPresident & CEO
 
 

"Being a member of the Greater Nashua Chamber is an imperative for me as a community relations representative for Eversource. I rely on this Chamber to keep me connected to the business community, and to key initiatives in the area. As a long-time member of the Greater Nashua Chamber, Eversource considers the Greater Nashua Chamber a key ally and strategic business partner whose advocacy efforts at the state and local level are critical to the Company's ability to operate in this challenging and ever changing business environment."

Elizabeth LaRoccaCommunity Relations Specialist, Eversource Energy
 
 

"The Chamber provides access to businesses in and around Nashua that is not available through other organizations. The staff has always been invested in creating opportunities to help me build my brand and relationships within the community. Through LGN, serving as an ambassador and attending the many events and educational programs offered, I have been able to make The Chamber a cornerstone of my business building strategy."

Andy WhighamFinancial Advisor, Edward Jones
 
 

“Community banking is the foundation of Enterprise Bank and being an ambassador of the Chamber of Commerce has enabled me to make a more personal connection with the community I serve. The “Business After Hours” events provide me the opportunity to meet members of area businesses. The various Outlook luncheons hosted by the Chamber help me better understand the issues that my customers face and allows me to be more proactive in offering solutions for some of them. The Chamber has been and continues to be an invaluable resource to me and to Enterprise Bank and we are very pleased with the benefits of our membership.”

Deborah NovotnySenior Vice President Commercial Lending, Enterprise Bank
 
 

“Being an active member of the Chamber has been a key component in our business development and growth strategy from Day 1 of our business. Through the Chamber we have had the opportunity to network, in a very professional setting, with area businesses, both large and small. The Chamber’s educational programming has also been a great asset to us in staying abreast of key business and economic issues affecting the Nashua area. Our growth from the very day we opened our doors has been steady, and we attribute a portion of that success to our Chamber relationships.”

Michael ApfelbergPresident, United Way of Greater Nashua
 
 

"I have met some great people through the Chamber over the past couple of years. One of them, Steven Hinchee (TD Bank) was kind enough to come into ASD to speak with the students in our Economics class. These students were working on a Startup Business Project and having experts from the business lending field come in to explain the process to them first hand would not have happened without the Chamber of Commerce bringing Steve and I together at a networking event."

Amy BewleyAdministrator, Academy for Science and Design
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