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Golf Classic at Great River Golf Club!
Golf foursomes and single players are welcome! Cost: $225 per golfer. Registration: 8:30am. Shotgun start: 1030 am. Your day includes: Lunch, Refreshments, Contests, Raffle Prizes, Auctions, Happy Hour and Dinner.!
Space is limited. Follow this link for registration, sponsorship and silent auction information ... [ more ]
Upcoming Legislation for July 2022
Hartford Happenings: July Edition
By: Tammy Theis-Satterlee, MA.Ed.
June 7th, 2022 [ more ]
Art Builds Business Builds Art Workshop[ more ]
State of the City[ more ]
The month of May always takes me back to childhood when life felt carefree. The promise of April showers always comes through with the blossoming return of May flowers. I remember the excitement of picking dandelions for my mom on Mother's Day, thinking that I had just delivered her a gift of sunshine and happy dreams. I am confident that there is some kind of magic embedded in our DNA that inspires joy at this time of year. The sunshine and warmer weather beckon people out of their homes and offices to walk, run, and ride in the glorious outdoors to enjoy the gift of nature and the wonder it inspires within us. [ more ]
Recent Property Transactions [ more ]
MILFORD REGIONAL CHAMBER RECOMMITS TO DOWNTOWN MILFORD WITH NEW SATELLITE OFFICE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [ more ]
New Membership & Visitor Interface
We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new membership and visitor interface. This new platform offers a more intuitive, user-friendly portal and provides us with an enhanced opportunity for unprecedented growth. [ more ]
Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce to Represent the West Haven Business Community
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [ more ]
Job Fair Sponsorship
Be a sponsor for our job fair! [ more ]
Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
Wednesday March 30th, 2022 [ more ]
The following items have been scheduled for a public hearing as noted below:
Bridgeport Hospital Gala
MILFORD, CT (March, 2022) Just over a century ago Milford was small, but growing, community of about 10,000 residents. With its rising population, successful local industry and popularity as a destination beach resort, the areas' heavily traveled Boston Post Road became the site of many automobile accidents. Alarmed by the lack of local access to medical facilities, in 1920, a small group of citizens formed the Milford Hospital Society to lead the way in ensuring Milford had its own hospital. [ more ]
BBA and MRCC Partnership[ more ]
The time before the start of Lent goes by many names, but the most popular one might be Mardi Gras. [ more ]
3 Creative ways to become top of mind.
3 Creative Ways to Become Top of Mind
Do you want people to think about your business before all others? Of course, you do. The first step to patronizing your business is remembering it exists. [ more ]
DOL Increases Wage and Hour Enforcement Efforts
The U.S. Department of Labor plans to add 100 investigators to its Wage and Hour Division team to increase enforcement efforts. [ more ]
Robert Creigh - Patriot Bank [ more ]
Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Black Business Alliance announce a partnership
Milford, CT February 11, 2022 - The BBA will be joining the MRCC and retain an affiliate seat on the Chamber’s board of directors. [ more ]
Economic Outlook: 'Headwinds for Foreseeable Future'
McKinsey & Company's Ezra Greenberg has no doubt as to the key factor influencing the economies of Connecticut and the rest of the nation. [ more ]
Celebrate Black Entrepreneurship
SBA 8(a) Application Webinar Series February 22nd - 25th
Are you interested in getting help with advertising? Take a peek at our new offer! [ more ]
State Releases New Data Breach Reporting Form
The Connecticut Attorney General's office released a new, standardized form this week designed to make it easier for businesses to report data breaches. [ more ]
Milford Arts Council
Enters it's Gala Year with Eastbound Theatre's Production of Lewis Black's One Slight Hitch [ more ]
Simon Says 1.11.2021
Happy New Year! I am excited for 2022 to be a big year for Milford and the chamber. Here are a few reasons for my excitement. [ more ]
2022 Priorities for the MRCC
MRC2 - I Love Local - Legislative Strategies - On-Demand Lead Sharing APP – And Much More [ more ]
Simon Says 1/4/2022
With a new year comes new ideas come with it! [ more ]
Navigating the Healthcare System As You Age
We all know how complicated the world of healthcare can be, allow us to simplify it for you! [ more ]
School of Business Internship
LOOKING FOR AN INTERN?
Bioscience Partnership Launches Workforce Initiative
The New Haven Regional Bioscience Collaborative has launched an internship program aimed at attracting and training talent to meet the sector's growing workforce needs. [ more ]
The Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce Trust
Request For Proposals: Investment Management Services
Cross Promotion Opportunities for a Stronger Small Business Season
This holiday season, we are supporting shop small. We want to celebrate the uniqueness of small business as well as the treasures and exquisite services that can be found in our backyard. [ more ]
Federal Infrastructure Bill Will Bring $5.4B to Connecticut
Connecticut will soon receive a major boost in infrastructure funding.
After months of negotiations, Congress gave final approval to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, a bill made up of over $1 trillion dedicated to reinvigorating the country's infrastructure, including investments in repairing roads and bridges, public transportation, and enhanced electrical vehicle funding. [ more ]
Understanding Connecticut's Cybersecurity Law Changes
As Connecticut businesses keep a watchful eye on their cybersecurity efforts, the state has adopted its own plan to protect employers and consumers. [ more ]
CT Gov. Ned Lamont Issues Statement On Omicron Variant
Gov. Ned Lamont issued a statement on Sunday afternoon concerning the Omicron variant. Here's everything he had to say. [ more ]
Disaster Field Operations Center East - NEWS RELEASE
SBA Disaster Loan Deadline Approaching in Connecticut
ATLANTA – The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) encourages businesses of all sizes, private nonprofit organizations, homeowners, and renters to apply for a physical disaster loan before the Dec. 29 deadline. Anyone in the declared counties in Connecticut with damages caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida on Sept. 1-2, 2021 should apply for a physical disaster loan by the deadline. [ more ]
Historic Lending Year for Connecticut SBA
The U.S. Small Business Administration's Connecticut District Office distributed over $368 million in loans to small businesses in the last year, the highest volume in more than five years.
"Loans guaranteed by SBA enabled our small businesses to expand and grow during this difficult economic time," SBA district director Catherine Marx said.
"We sincerely thank our lending institutions for their continued partnership." [ more ]
U.S. DOL Apprenticeship Program Looks to Diversify
As the U.S. Department of Labor grows registered apprenticeship programs across the country, it is looking to Connecticut to lead through a focus on underrepresented communities.
There are more than 24,000 apprenticeship programs helping build a talent pipeline in various industries across the nation, including healthcare, cybersecurity, education, and advanced manufacturing.
The programs have a 92% employee [ more ]
MILFORD ARTS COUNCIL 40 RAILROAD AVENUE SOUTH, MILFORD, CT 06460
Eastbound Theatre, a division of the Milford Arts Council, announces auditions for the second show of its 28th season, the witty farce, One Slight Hitch, by Lewis Black, directed by Kevin Pelkey.
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