... ways to grow your business
Social events, business events, educational events, special seminars, multi Chamber events, community events and more are just some of the reasons to mark your calendar and grow your business.
Join the Chamber
... membership has its benefits
Servicing more than 2300 businesses in the Village of Skokie, members can take advantage of the Chamber as a networking and referral resource providing partnerships and solid business communication.
The Skokie Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a Full-Service Business Association Proactively Supporting Businesses of All Sizes to Grow, Thrive, and Succeed by Providing Powerful Resources that Contribute to the Vibrant Economic Environment of the Community..
A terrific, vibrant Chamber. I been been going to the Sales Vantage Referral Group since the 90's. I have made many friends and business alliances.
- Rick Moskovitz, A Plus Pest Control
The Skokie Chamber of Commerce is not only a place to find business, but to find the people who will support your business
- Erica Crohn Minchella, Minchella & Associates, Ltd.
We love our Skokie Chamber! We can even use our member benefits to help find more great SportClips employees!
- Gale Cohen-DeMarco, SportsClips Skokie
Skokie Chamber has given me the opportunity to meet local businesses and to help those businesses grow. By using their services, I am able to grow my business, while creating long lasting relationships
- John Terzis Oakton Investment Management
The Skokie Chamber of Commerce is a great outfit, and the businesses and citizens of the area benefit greatly from it's efforts.
- Mark Litin, Computer Nirvana
It is extremely important for the Skokie Chamber members to see Oakton as their resource for training and retraining of their workforce. We also recognize the Chamber members are the thought leaders in the community and as such can recommend Oakton's resources to friends and family if they know more about us. We also need the Chamber's leadership in helping us to understand the educational needs of the community and to work to fill them.
- Dr. Ruben Howard, Oakton Community College