The Township of Norwich Chamber of Commerce is a dynamic organization with a strong focus on supporting our local businesses through projects and initiatives.
The Chamber was first established as a business mens association in 1941. In 1949 it was then changed to a Chamber of Commerce.
To foster sustained economic growth as the voice of all business in the Township of Norwich.
- to provide leadership to the business community as its premier advocate
- to foster the development of soundly researched policy positions that reflect the interests of our members
- to influence government policy in a positive, visible, consistent and representative manner
- to strengthen the Chamber movement
- to provide assistance to our members through consultation, access to information and the delivery of other valuable programs and services.
Regular meetings are held throughout the year
The meetings are held at various locations throughout the township and dinner is served. To find out where the next meeting is please feel free to contact our office at (519) 863-6611 or check out News and Events.
Membership rates are $115 + HST for a new membership, $150.00 + HST per year for a full membership and $75.00 + HST per year for an associate membership. A full membership covers the general meetings a year, which include a free meal, extra guests are $30.00 including HST for the meals.
Our annual Christmas dinner and dance is held on the last Saturday in November and an Awards night is held in April.
We thank you for visiting our website and ask you to consider joining the Chamber and becoming a part of our vibrant community.
Health Services Visioning Committee
The Norwich Township Chamber of Commerce is hosting our Health Services Visioning Committee meeting.Click here to Purchase a Membership Online
This new committee is to help look at all the needs of the residents of the Township of Norwich. We will be setting up our strengths and weakness in all health and social needs for the Township of Norwich. We will be working with the Township of Norwich and Council to help identify these and how to show the residents how to access the ones we do have.