Wired With the Chamber
We are excited to be bringing this new opportunity to the public. The goal of WIRED with The Chamber is to create an opportunity for ANYONE to drop in and talk to the Chamber. We are calling it “WIRED with The Chamber” as it represents being “wired in” or connected into the Chamber, the internet, other businesses in Sandy, connecting with your community, and maybe being a bit wired after having a locally roasted coffee!!!!!
Give and Receive Business Advice
Come and ask questions, chat, check your membership account and make sure you are using it to your maximum benefit, update your information, and create verbiage that best describes your business for a web listing! Ask us how to work with increased tourism and get assistance in brainstorming events/programs/projects that benefit the community and your business.
Voice your needs as a business in our community, let us know what you need for your business. Come share your vision with us!
In the future, we would like to bring in a pro on marketing, social media, organization, resume writing, hiring practices, and MORE. These events will be posted on our Facebook, community calendar, eblast, and newsletter. Please let us know if you have a niche you would like to offer to other members during this time.
Come enjoy a cup of coffee with our Executive Director!
We hope to see you there!
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST
Networking / Education / Advocacy
Good Morning Sandy and Morning Perk allows you to network with fellow business owners. Please see our Event Calendar to see where the next meeting will be held.
meets the 1st Wednesday of every Month
7:30-9:00am at the AntFarm. It is our goal for the Mayor, City Manager, Council Men/Women, Fire Chief, Police Chief to keep us informed of what is going on, in and around Sandy. In the past they have given us information about the Cedar Ridge Elementary School and the progress of the Sandy Community Center and what is happening with the pool.
Good Morning Sandy
meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month
This is a great way for any Chamber member to highlight their business. During the meeting you will have 15 dedicated minutes to tell everyone in the room what you do, how you are different than your competitors and how we can send business your way. A great way to meet other like minded Chamber members!
Grow With Us Luncheons
keep you informed about relevant topics in and around our community and provide valuable information and education for business owners. Guest speakers include City and County Officials or experts in a variety of business-related fields. Grow With Us Luncheons are the 4th Wednesday of the month during February, April, August and October, 11:30-1:00pm. Chamber Member cost is $20.00 per person (includes lunch from one of our local restaurants) or $6.00 (no meal). Non-Chamber Member cost is $35 per person or $10 (no meal). Advanced registration and payment is required. To register, please call our office at 503.668.4006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
REACH – Relationships Established at Cocktail Hour
meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 4:30 to 6:30pm at a local Chamber establishment. This event is open to everyone. Another great way to meet your local business Chamber members in a relaxed environment. See event calendar to see where the event is held every month.
Lunch & Learns
Join us in a fun, collaborative environment, learn about various ways to improve your business and make more money. Topics for these one hour classes include Social Media, Financial Planning, Marketing, Personal Development and much more.
Lunch & Learns take place the 4th Wednesday of the month during January, March, May, June, July and September 11:30am-1pm at various member locations. Registration is required. Free for members; $6 for non-members. To register, please call our office at 503.668.4006 or email email@example.com.
Small Business Development Center
The Mt. Hood Community College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is part of the Oregon Small Business Development Center Network. The SBDC offers classes both in Gresham and through the SACC and serves new and established businesses by providing:
Our Chamber helps represent the needs of business owners to our government officials. We regularly participate in City Council, Planning Commission, Parking, Wayfinding and activities on Main Street.