Mt. Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Events
Business After Hours
Hosted by a different Chamber member each month, these casual, friendly networking events attract a crowd averaging 100-150 attendees who find these get-togethers to be an effective resource for making contact with both current and prospective clients. Typically held on Wednesdays (June-April) from 5 – 7 p.m.
Business Over Breakfast
Hosted by a different Chamber member every other month beginning in January, this fun networking event provides quick, informative updates on what’s happening in the Mt. Pleasant community and the area business community. Typically held on Wednesdays from 8–9 a.m., averaging 50-75 attendees.
“Fun, fast, informative and gets you back to work by 9!”
Regional Business After Hours
Every June, we partner with the Bay Area, Midland Area, and Saginaw County Chambers for this popular networking event that draws over 1,000 member representatives from throughout the region.
Economic Outlook Luncheon
This annual luncheon serves as an informational and interactive presentation on the current state of our economy, and the new laws and policies that will affect our local economy in the near future. The luncheon is a great way to get your questions answered by economic experts in a smaller, more comfortable setting, with potential for one-on-one interaction with experts on the economy.
Business Education Seminars
The Chamber plans quarterly business education seminars with topics pertinent to both large and small businesses. Past topics have included Five Things Every Small Business Should Know About IT, Managing the Millenials, and Health Care Reform: What Your Business Needs to Know.
Spring & Fall Legislative Breakfasts
During these bi-annual breakfasts, state legislative panelists give presentations with the latest updates from Lansing, new policy initiatives and the most recent actions of the governor of Michigan. Presentations are followed by a Q&A period that allows attendees to ask more specific questions on issues that matter to them.