The Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit business organization composed of nearly 500 area businesses, and we are growing by the day. Whether you are a long-time business owner, have just moved to this locale, or are contemplating relocation, we hope you find this website informative and useful. We are very proud of the communities which fall into our service area as we continue to offer “small town” advantage in combination with the most current resources, products and services for success.
Please call the Chamber offices at 978-373-5663 for additional information or if we can be of service to you. Again, welcome to our online resources!
The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce creates strategies and implements initiatives that enable our businesses to compete regionally, nationally, and globally, and to maintain its position as a destination for growing businesses. Our team is experienced in assisting businesses with site selection, relocations and expansions. Whatever your industry, the Chamber is a comprehensive resource for businesses considering relocation or expansion to the greater Haverhill area.
The Greater Haverhill region is quintessential New England. The natural beauty that drew settlers here in colonial times still exists, along with the historic mill buildings being used by entrepreneurs. With an established restaurant district, a proliferation of specialty shops, and an architectural diversity in its neighborhoods, the greater Haverhill region is a wonderful destination. Please download the Haverhill Massachusetts 2017 Visitor Guide
Welcome to the community, and thank you! This beautifully created video provides highlights to the best of everything Haverhill. Please download the “Haverhill Massachusetts 2017 Visitor Guide & Map.” Should you have questions please do not hesitate to contact the GHCC office at 978-373-5663.
nnounces the 25th Annual Christmas Stroll, this year powered by Covanta, to be held on Saturday, December 2nd, from 2:00-6:00 pm in downtown Haverhill. The event will provide many of the same activities and offerings as previous Christmas Strolls, but for the first time will extend down Merrimack Street, ...Read More
YWCA Dedication of The Residence highlights organization’s mission of supportive community services for area women. The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce was pleased to conduct a Ribbon Cutting on Tuesday, November 14, 2017 to mark the dedication of The Residence in Haverhill, in honor of former Executive Director, Mary B. ...Read More
Congratulations to One Retirement Source on your Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting! A special thank you to Joe Tafalo of State Senator Bruce Tarr ‘s office for presenting Dean DiGregorio with an official citation. [gallery ids="8892,8893,8894,8895,8896"]
Haverhill, MA – In an effort to recognize outstanding achievement in the Greater Haverhill community, the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce formally identifies a “Business of the Month” approximately every four weeks. This award is given to a Chamber member that is a proven leader in their business or industry ...Read More
On Sunday, November 5th, the Veterans Alliance of Greater Haverhill held its kick-off event, a pre-election breakfast at the Am Vets Post 147 in Haverhill. This event provided attendees the opportunity to thank local Veterans for their service and to speak with candidates running for local office. The Chamber was ...Read More
Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Customized Skin Care to Haverhill! The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce was pleased to conduct a Ribbon Cutting on Wednesday, October 24, 2017 in celebration of the grand opening of Customized Skin care. Customized Skin Care is an oasis in the middle of downtown ...Read More
If all goes as planned, Northern Essex Community College’s new Culinary Arts & Hospitality Center will be located in “The Heights at Haverhill”, a 10-story, 65,000 square-foot luxury mixed-use development that Lupoli Companies is building at 192 Merrimack St in downtown Haverhill. The state’s Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM)recently selected ...Read More
The Museum of Printing in Haverhill, MA is presenting a special exhibition and program on Gutenberg and the Printed Bible. Johannes Gutenberg chose the Bible as the first product of the marvelous invention of printing in 1455. Martin Luther was the first to translate the Bible into the vernacular, in his ...Read More