Whether you are a first time visitor or growing a small business, Herkimer County has something to offer everyone. From affordable housing, four season outdoor recreation and events, an area steeped in Revolutionary War history, to touring Broadway shows, and regional growth from Utica nanotech, Herkimer County is a great place to live, work, and play.
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The Herkimer County Chamber of Commerce was incorporated in 1968 as a not-for-profit membership organization with a mission to foster a positive business environment for private and public entities operating in the County and to assure the successful continuation and growth of current and new business in the County.
Learn more about the benefits to your business or organization within our website our contact the Chamber office.
Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Council officials announced the launch of the “MV500 Project,” a comprehensive, coordinated strategy to create the region’s entry in Governor Andrew Cuomo’s $1.5 billion Upstate New York Economic Revitalization Competition. In January, the Governor’s plan to award $500 million each to the three regions that create winning economic development plans was announced.
The MV500 volunteer team is led by Alicia Dicks, President and CEO of The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, Rob Esche, President of the Utica Comets; Steve DiMeo, President of MVEDGE; Ray Halbritter, Oneida Indian Nation Representative and CEO; Nick Matt, Chairman and CEO, of the F.X. Matt Brewing Company and Dr. Dustin Swanger, President of Fulton-Montgomery Community College
Learn more at www.MV500.com
To download the flyer click here.