Do you have questions about the Greater Watertown - North Country Chamber of Commerce? You’ll find answers to our most frequently asked questions below.
What is a chamber of commerce?
A chamber of commerce is a not-for-profit, membership-based organization dedicated to protect and improve the business climate and quality of life within a specific region.
We are a membership organization with over 100 years of experience working to strengthen business and enhance the community in the region. Our mission, as the Greater Watertown – North Country Chamber of Commerce, is to promote and support business and industry, to enhance the community in which we live, work and do business.
How many members do you have?
We have a robust membership base with hundreds of regional businesses as members. See our membership directory for a full list.
How can I file a complaint about a business or company?
The Greater Watertown - North Country Chamber of Commerce is not a government or regulatory agency, and therefore has no authority to investigate how companies conduct business, nor are we able to accept complaints. If you have a complaint about a Greater Watertown business, please contact the Better Business Bureau at (716) 881-5222 and/or the Attorney General of New York.
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