The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce recognizes the value, strength, and competitive edge our region possesses within our diverse community. The following list of small businesses are owned by diverse suppliers, which include 51% owned, operated, and controlled on a daily basis by people of color, women, disabled, veteran, or other federally designated Small Business Administration 8(a) disadvantaged businesses.
We want to encourage our members to be intentional and supportive in doing business with these companies, as well as, continue to celebrate and practice inclusion and diversity in every aspect of your organization.
★ BIPOC ꕤ Latinx / Hispanic ⬟ Asian / Pacific Islander ● Women ▲ LGBTQ+ ➢ Veteran ∞ Disabled
The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce has been influential for over two centuries in shaping public policy and fostering business growth. No matter how large or small your business, membership in The Chamber gives you an advantage.
Founded in 1794, the Chamber’s original goal was to represent the concerns of 26 New Haven businessmen who united to persuade the federal government to keep the city’s maritime shipping out of the hands of French and British privateers. Their success marked the beginning of an over 200 year tradition of representing the needs of the New Haven business community.
The chamber offers many valuable resources to a diverse range of businesses - big or small. To learn more about our value, click the GNHCC logo above!
Numerous volunteers assist the GNHCC sitting on Councils and Committees to establish meaningful, industry-based connections. Click above to learn more!