We’ve heard your requests for enhanced networking. Our mission? Improve your social capital and increase your membership value. We are proud to introduce Capital Connections, exclusive networking groups tailored to specific industries. Read the Guidelines and Apply Now.
Take pride in your membership by displaying your Chamber plaque and window cling! Consumers are 63% more likely to buy from businesses associated with their local Chamber (according to the Schapiro Group). Call the Chamber office at 317.888.4856 to request your online digital plaque for your website.
We made a promise to come alongside you with a supportive network of like-minded business leaders to ensure you are supported and encouraged to focus on what really matters to you - your business. During our Membership 101 program, you are invited to learn more about a Greater Greenwood Chamber membership. We present an overview of business advocacy, member services, and annual events that create networking and other business opportunities for you as a member.
Haven't joined our Chamber? You're invited to attend to learn more about why you should join and what benefits a membership would mean to you!
Recycling District Announces Saturday Document Shredding, Electronics Recycling, and Household Disposal Date
The Johnson County Recycling District and Shares, Inc. will host a document shredding and electronics collection event on Saturday, August 10 from 9am-12pm (weather permitting) at the District office located at 900 Arvin Road, Suite A, Franklin. The event is FREE and open to Johnson County residents and businesses.
Horizon Bank Promotes Dan Hampton to Regional President of Central Indiana
Dennis Kuhn, Executive Vice President & Chief Commerical Banking Officer is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Dan Hampton to Regional President of Central Indiana. Dan joined Horizon in September 2015 as Market President – Indianapolis and has done an outstanding job of managing the continued growth and trajectory of this dynamic market.
Member Expert Article: How Reading Can Make You a Better Leader
By: Cheryl Dobbs, Executive Director of the Greenwood Public Library
What was the last book you read? Has a busy schedule and the ease of electronic devices made you into a scroller and a skimmer rather than a reader? Do you find yourself digesting information in tweet-sized bites or find it difficult to sit and give your full attention to a book?