Small Business Council

Small businesses are the backbone of our community’s economy and infrastructure, but thriving as a small business owner can be hard. For example, research from the National Federation of Independent Businesses shows that more than 50 percent of small businesses fail because of internal deficiencies rather than externally generated problems. That’s why it’s important to connect and share best practices for success. One of the Chamber’s leading strengths is helping our members make the connections and access the information that make a difference.

The vision of the Small Business Council is to serve as the advocate for business by encouraging, supporting, recognizing and being a resource that enriches business practices within our community.

Chamber member companies who have 50 employees or less automatically get access to all SBC programs and benefits.


Quarterly Workshops

Workshops that are designed to provide tools and information in regards to growing your business.

CEO Peer Advisory Group

The CEO Peer Advisory Group provide members with access to their own confidential board of advisors who gather monthly to exchange best practices, past experiences, thoughts, ideas and overall general guidance regarding growth, health and overall success in their business. Each group is comprised of 8-10 C-Level executives from non-competing industries who assist one another with business problems, solutions and opportunities. The groups meet monthly with the determination on date/time established by each group.