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      Ribbon Cutting at Ledger
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      Networking on the Salem Ferry (Boston Harbor Cruises)
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      The Haunted Biz Baz street fair in 2015
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      National Park Service Salem Maritime Site - Custom House
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      Networking at TD Bank (Vinnin Square)
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      Seabourn Quest first visit to Salem (October 2014)
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      Salem Chamber receives "Best Downtown Shopping District" Award
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      Footprint Power new powerplant (rendition)
  • Welcome to the Salem Chamber of Commerce!

    The Salem Chamber has started the next phase of it's re-opening plan. Salem Chamber employees, who will continue to work virtually from home, will also re-open the downtown office space each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 AM - 5PM. Kylie Sullivan, the Salem Main Streets executive director, will staff the office on Thursday (partial - Salem Farmers Market every Thursday 3-7pm) and Saturday. In this phase the office will not be open to the public, and we advise visitors and members alike to contact staff by phone (T.978-744-0004) or email. In-person programming is paused until further notice. Please click here for our detailed Salem Chamber Reopening Guide. 

    To reach us by email: Rinus Oosthoek - Rinus@salem-chamber.org or Jeff Swartz - Jeff@salem-chamber.org.

  • Zoom Connection - Jeff Cohen - The Green Future Act - May 12

    Jeff Cohen, the Vice-Chair of the Salem Sustainability, Energy & Resiliency Committee, will talk about HD1972, the Green Future Act, as well as Salem’s green building ordinance that is bring discussed by City Council right now. The Salem Chamber is a partner in Resilient Together, the joint Beverly Salem initiative, aimed at taking collective action in the face of the climate crisis, pledging for both cities to be climate neutral by 2050.

    Salem Chamber’s zoom connections are limited to 25 participants and registrations are on a first come, first serve basis. Click here to register.


  • Salem Small Business Town Hall on Conflict and ´╗┐De-escalation, Thursday, May 6 at 9:00 AM 

    The City of Salem and the Economic Development Recovery and Revitalization Task Force will host a webinar on conflict resolution de-escalation for the small business community on Thursday, May 6 at 9:00 AM. Moderated by Mayor Kim Driscoll, the program will feature Acting Chief of Police Dennis King and Jennifer Finkle, who is an RN in Behavioral Health and certified instructor of CPI, a nonviolent system of crisis prevention.

    When you register, you can submit questions and provide an example of a situation you would like support to better address in the future.

    Click here to register.


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