Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce
Advocating for a thriving private sector economy for the benefit of our members, their employees and the community.
The Chamber puts everything into place to help our members grow their businesses: providing innovative member services and programs, promoting our region, and making it an even better place to do business. We’re Vermont’s largest business organization, and we are committed to serving our members and helping them succeed.
Our Focus Areas
Workforce / Education & Training
The Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce talent development programs and initiatives span the continuum from high school students through to senior executives, providing our members the talent they need for their businesses to thrive. LCRCC is a leader in providing professional and leadership development opportunities for our members and their employees.
Our members understand that a growing economy pays dividends in our community. We focus our resources on supporting the entrepreneurs that create new jobs and innovation, marketing Vermont to high-value companies as a great place to do business and increasing the public’s understanding of why growing great businesses makes our community stronger.
The Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce promotes our region as a welcoming destination where visitors can experience the area’s scenic diversity, rich culture, and close proximity to the state’s outdoor natural and recreational treasures. Through projects, initiatives, events and our welcome centers, we connect tourists to our member businesses and our member businesses to tourism-driven educational and promotional resources.
June 10, 2019
LCRCC Event: 27th Annual KeyBank Chamber Challenge
Join us for the 27th Annual KeyBank Chamber Challenge on Monday, June 10, 2019 at Vermont National
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