Chamber speaks out on new industry
Over the past year, the Salem Chamber has been paying close attention to the newly formed medical marijuana dispensary industry in Oregon, especially its local impact.
Chamber looks to the future
After years of challenging times for small business, the mid-Willamette Valley is beginning to see the turnaround we have been waiting for. As business picks up for industry sectors throughout the Chamber, so will the work of your Chamber of Commerce.
Members making news - July/August 2014
The 2014 AT&T-SBE Council Small Business Technology Poll found that business owners use a variety of mobile technologies to save time and money - $67.5 billion each year - with smartphones in the lead for savings, followed by tablets and mobile apps.
Welcome new members - April - June 2014
We are pleased to welcome our newest investors in the Salem Chamber who joined between April and June 2014.
Students reflect on Leadership Youth
2014 graduates tell how the program has impacted their lives
Chamber priorities result in benefits for members
Each year, the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce focuses its goals on areas that benefit the business community. We do this because we know that a thriving community depends on a strong economy. And businesses around the region must continue to innovate and evolve to reach new heights of excellence in order for our economy - and our community - to prosper.
Reflections on past year show great achievements
Summer is here and with it, hopefully, comes sunny days. Time for everyone to get outside and enjoy the great northwest. There really is nothing better than summer in this wonderful part of the world that we are fortunate to live in.
Member anniversaries - April - June 2014
Special thanks to all our renewing members.
Chamber of Commerce poll shows strong support for third vehicle bridge
Scientific poll shows 65 percent of Salem voters in favor of the project
Salem, OR, June 10, 2014 — The Salem Area Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with polling firm Action Solutions, have found that 65 percent of Salem voters approve of an additional vehicle bridge across the Willamette River in Salem.
A picture of perseverance
by Jason Brandt - CEO, Salem Area Chamber of Commerce
The picture above is a glimpse for you into the lives we have lived over the past year and a half.
- We are the Chamber
- Investments mean bright future for local economy
- Nominations Committee announces slate of seven Chamber board positions
- Chamber endorsements support building a stronger local economy
- Chamber honors McLaran with Lifetime Servant Leadership Award
- Community leaders set example for giving back
- Momentum - a leader’s best friend
- Leadership Salem class share their vision for Salem with City Council
- Project hopes to serve as catalyst for others
- New program offers discounts, gives back