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March Membership Madness

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Greater Utica Chamber 
of Commerce

Welcome to the Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce.

Founded in 1896 as the Utica Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce continues to be the area’s regional Chamber representing the community for over 119 years.

In March 2012, the Greater Utica Chamber was awarded Accredited status by the U.S. Chamber, of which our Chamber was a founding member. This prestigious honor puts us among the top 3% of Chambers nationwide. Our mission is to serve our members, the business community in the Utica area, through benefit programs, networking opportunities and legislative advocacy. This prestigious honor of accreditation shows our dedication to promoting strong business practices and promoting pro-growth policies at federal, state and local levels. The U.S. Chamber’s Accreditation helps to facilitate our continuing excellence.

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Upcoming Events

  • Mary-A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother (4/22 10:00AM to 6/10, 12:00PM)
    Apr 22, 2015, 10:00 AM to Jun 10, 2015, 12:00 PM Location: The Good News Center, 10475 Cosby Manor Rd., Utica Bible Study - Mary

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  • Lunch & Learn: Outgrowing Microsoft Access (5/27 11:30AM to 1:00PM)
    May 27, 2015, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM Location: 200 Genesee Street, Utica Microsoft Access is a convenient tool for many businesses. It stores data and allows for form development and applications programming. It also is conveniently shipped as part of the Microsoft Office suite of products. As a business grows so does its data and at a certain point Microsoft Access can no longer scale with the business for a variety of reasons. In this seminar we will explore the limitations of Microsoft Access and discuss solutions to the problem using different Microsoft and non-Microsoft products.

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  • Business After Hours: Acacia Village (5/27 5:00PM to 7:00PM)
    May 27, 2015, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM Location: 2160 Bleecker Street Utica, New York 13501 Caring for people since 1893, The Masonic Care Community is now home to more than 500 seniors, with close to 900 people employed. The MCC family of services includes; Acacia Home Care, Acacia Village Independent Retirement Community, In-Patient Rehabilitation Services, Respite and Palliative care, Skilled Nursing and an award winning Child Care Center. MCC has also generously provided the use of their 440 acre campus to a variety of local non-profit agencies that hold events there. In 2014, those groups were able to raise more than a half million dollars for their charities and were not charged by MCC to use the Grounds. To find out more, you can visit MCC’s website at mccny.com. RSVP today for a fun evening of business networking !

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  • Be Local BBQ hosted by Catalyst (6/3 5:00PM to 7:30PM)
    Jun 3, 2015, 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM Location: Piggy Pat's BBQ, 3955 Edgebrook Pl, New Hartford

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Latest News

9th Annual CollegeWorks Graduation

The 9th Annual CollegeWorks graduation ceremony for the Class of 2015 will be held at 6pm on Tuesday, May 28 in the IT Building Theater on MVCC’s Utica Campus. Eleven students will graduate from this Arc, Oneida-Lewis Chapter program, and eleven will receive “moving up” certificates. Lynda Ford Memorial Scholarships will be awarded to high school students entering CollegeWorks in the fall who have demonstrated strong work ethic and motivation to find competitive employment.

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Brian Smith Promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer at Preferred Mutual

NEW BERLIN, NY (May 21, 2015) - Brian Smith has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer at Preferred Mutual Insurance Company. Mr. Smith joined the Company in June 2014 as Vice President - Chief Human Resources Officer.

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Dale Carnegie offering Course on Customer Service Excellence

On Thursday, July 16, Dale Carnegie Training of Central New York will be offering the following course: "Creating a Customer Experience that Retains and Attracts Business." This two hour event will focus on creating a customer experience that will help you build your reputation in the business community. You will learn techniques for retaining and attracting business by consistent delivery of customer service excellence.

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SENATORS GRIFFO, DeFRANCISCO CONDUCT SENATE HEARING TO QUESTION ENERGY OFFICIALS

ALBANY – State senators Joseph Griffo and John DeFrancisco are urging the Governor’s energy policy makers and regulators to seriously consider the concerns of private sector businesses, clean and renewable energy generation developers and labor interests as the State moves forward with its energy sector modernization initiatives.

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Greater Utica Chamber works with a variety of affiliates in its efforts to stimulate growth across the region.