On Thursday, September 19th, professionals between the ages of 21-39 who live, work, or play in the SouthCoast are invited to attend “Off the Clock” at Merrill’s on the Waterfront, 36 Homer’s Wharf New Bedford, MA 02740. The event will include appetizers, cash bar and networking.
This unique event blends educational opportunities with peer-to-peer networking and will take place during the region’s first “Celebrating Small Business Week” – a project co-managed by the SouthCoast Chamber and Bristol County Chamber of Commerce – starting Sunday, Sept. 15 and ending Saturday, Sept. 22. The two chambers will integrate operations effective Jan. 1, 2020.
“Small Business Week” will feature multiple chamber-sponsored events in addition to “Off the Clock,” including dinner with Governor Baker (Sept. 17th) and a SouthCoast Business Builder’s Breakfast (Sept.18th).
This event is free, but registration is required. For more information or to register, please contact the SouthCoast Chamber at (508) 999-5231 or visit southcoastchamber.com.
The SouthCoast Chamber is a private, non-profit business association based in the City of New Bedford, Massachusetts. Chartered in 1885, the Chamber serves nearly 1000 member businesses of all sizes from virtually all industries in the ten communities of New Bedford, Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown, Mattapoisett, Marion, Rochester, Wareham, and Westport. The Chamber supports and promotes the local business community through leadership in public advocacy, education, networking, information, and community development.
The mission of the Bristol County Chamber of Commerce is to be the primary business and community information resource for its members and the public; to provide networking opportunities for its members; and serve as an advocate on behalf of its members at the local, state, and federal government levels. The Chamber has served nearly 700 members in all sectors of business.