The Great Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce is the area's leading business association for innovative enterprise and an issue driven organization that represents the needs and concerns of its business community. We support and promote business and economic development in Great Valley making this region an ideal area to live, work and invest. The Great Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce represents and serves the business community of Great Valley located along the Route 202 Corridor from King of Prussia to Exton.
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What do you love most about Chester County? What’s your favorite place to have fun, take a walk or biked ride, or just relax? The Chester County Planning Commission wants to know, so they have created a photo contest – Show Us Your Favorite Place in Chester County. The contest is open to anyone who lives in, works in, plays in, or visits Chester County. The top three photos will receive prizes courtesy of Dansko, Longwood Gardens, or Brandywine River Museum and Millstone Café.
Enter the photo contest by clicking here: Show Us Your Favorite Place in Chester County
The contest can also be accessed through the Chester County Planning Commission’s website (www.chescoplanning.org) or Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ccplanning/).
The partnership behind the survey includes the Chester County Board of Commissioners, the CCEDC, the Chester County Planning Comission, and ten Chambers of Commerce.
Chesco, CCEDC, Planning Council, and Chambers “Taking the Pulse” of Local Business
Posted By: Lance Knickerbocker Posted date: January 28, 2016
Contrasting symptoms of economic health — or illness — are popping up across the nation, and it’s time for Chester County businesses to get a proactive checkup.
Unveiled today by the Chester County Board of Commissioners,Chester County Economic Development Council and 10 local chambers of commerce, the “Take the Pulse” business survey aims to not only keep one of the nation’s top economies hitting on all cylinders but also identify and pave the way for another 10 years of vibrant health.
“Take the Pulse” is an online assessment of business climate that provides critical feedback for Chester County’s pioneering 10-yearVISTA 2025 economic development strategy, which balances progress and preservation. From it will come a sort of physical report of priorities to maintain the county’s wellbeing.
“Through the partnership of the Chester County Planning Commission, the CCEDC, and the 10 Chester County Chambers of Commerce we are undertaking this important business survey…to assess the business climate in Chester County, and provide valuable insight into the challenges and opportunities facing the business community in our region,” said MaryFrances McGarrity, director of Business Development at the CCEDC.
The survey is available online now.
“We are excited to work with the County and the CCEDC to gather information from our members on what is important to them as they conduct business in and around Chester County,” said Mark Yoder, President of the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce.
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