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.
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.
HAVERHILL CHAMBER PRESIDENT TRAVELS TO IRELAND AND NORTHERN IRELAND Haverhill, MA- Notes from my December visit to Ireland and Northern Ireland and how it relates to Haverhill In early December, I joined a group of business and university leaders from around Massachusetts on a six day “trade mission” to Ireland. ...Read More
Thanksgiving is here, which is followed by multiple days of shopping. But Tuesday the 3rd is #givingtuesday . There are so many organizations in our area that are looking for so many things not limited to monetary donations. Find that one that speaks to you and give back this Tuesday.
Haverhill Chamber of Commerce President, Dougan Sherwood spent Sunday, November 17 diving in the Merrimack River to see what might impede boat travel to downtown. Click here for the Merrimack Valley Magazine article by Aaron Robinson
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQj2aRaDC7s&feature=youtu.be[/embed] Haverhill, MA- The Greater Haverhill Chamber has launched an initiative to showcase the important links between the local business community and the Haverhill Public Schools. In particular, as part of its Arts and Education Foundation, the Chamber has produced a video highlighting the positive changes that are taking place ...Read More
Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce Arts and Education Foundation School District Video Request for Proposals September 16, 2019 PROJECT OVERVIEW Haverhill’s public schools are a critical part of our community. It’s important that people throughout Haverhill see the schools and the people leading them in ways that give them a ...Read More
Community Partners Kayak the Length of the Merrimack River From August 7-10, the “Merrimack River Valley Voyagers,” a group of community leaders from the Merrimack Valley, will kayak and camp the entire length of the Merrimack River—117 miles from Franklin, NH to Plum Island, MA—stopping in cities along the way ...Read More
Atkinson, NH – Peter Iacobucci has been named General Manager of the award-winning company, Palmer Gas & Oil. He brings with him more than 30 years of experience in the fuel and HVAC industry. Peter says, “Palmer Gas & Oil has always been well-revered in the industry as a company ...Read More
Merrimack Valley Philharmonic Orchestra (MVPO) to Perform its Family Holiday Concert While Hosting its Silent Auction Fundraiser on December 15th. The MVPO invites you to their Family Holiday Season Spectacular Concert at Timberlane Performing Arts Center (TPAC), featuring many instrumental and choral favorites of the season. A special highlight will ...Read More
Haverhill, MA - On Saturday, December 7th, the Museum of Printing will host a celebration of the 526th anniversary of the Nuremberg Chronicle. Visitors will learn how this unique book came into existence (lectures at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.) and see a display of individual pages of the original Chronicle and ...Read More
Haverhill, MA - Up to 90 local employees will have access to free supervisory skills training over the next two years, thanks to a $142,000 grant that Northern Essex Community College received from the Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund Direct Access Grant. To be eligible for the free skills training, ...Read More