Putnam County Chamber of Commerce

Putnam’s Businesses, Nonprofits and Tourism Interests Rely On Each Other

Our County’s economy is essentially a symbiotic relationship between area businesses, nonprofits and the tourism industry, and business development strategies would do well to understand this interaction. Perhaps more than any other nearby county, Putnam relies on large nonprofit employers […]

Explore “Your” Putnam County This Summer

As Putnam residents and business owners, we love our county, and so it’s natural we want to share its considerable virtues with anyone who will listen. And at the Putnam County Chambers of Commerce, we strive to get the word […]

Putnam CFA Meeting Begins 2015 Funding Process

On Monday, June 8, over 30 people representing Putnam’s towns and villages along with county legislators and planners attended a discussion led by Professor John Nolon of Pace University’s Land Use Law Center to prepare Putnam for the next round […]

Businesses Help Fund Higher Education Through Voluntary Scholarships

High School graduation is upon us, and area chambers of commerce are presenting some valuable scholarships to distinguished local students. For example, the Brewster, Cold Spring and Patterson chambers have various scholarships, the Carmel-Kent Chamber is giving three $1000 awards, […]

Consolidated Funding Workshop Returns to Putnam County on May 27

The 2015 CFA program will be announced at the Putnam County Training Operations Building at the Donald B. Smith Campus, 112 Old Route 6, Carmel, on May 27 from 3-6PM, in a collaborative session hosted by the Putnam County Economic […]

Creating An Effective Economic Development Plan For Each Community

It feels like I have been talking about this subject for years. Well, that’s because we have! So I am very excited to know that the Mahopac Carmel Chamber of Commerce recently began talks with the Town of Carmel to […]

Pushing Putnam’s Economic Agenda Forward

Putnam County’s upcoming PCCC- EDC breakfast (Tuesday, May 5, 8-10AM at Putnam County Golf Course) will highlight opportunities and evaluate progress made towards stated goals. With the President position still unfilled after Meghan Taylor’s departure, there is some uncertainty as […]

Economic Development Breakfast To Highlight Region’s Opportunities

As the area’s economy continues on the rise, the Putnam County Chambers of Commerce will be hosting a breakfast on Tuesday, May 5th, from 8-10 AM, at the Putnam County Golf Course to look at opportunities and evaluate progress made […]

Small Business Regulatory Watch To Warn Of Government-Created Pitfalls

State Senator Terrence P. Murphy, Chairman of the State Administrative Rules and Regulations Commission (ARRC), has established a small business regulatory watch to make fellow small business owners (he owns 2) aware of rules which can adversely affect them. This […]

Annual Trailblazer Awards Bring Out The Business Crowd

The Putnam County business community once again celebrated its growing stature in style at Villa Barone this past February 26, honoring 39 nominees and giving local business men and women a chance to shine in front of their peers. Nearly […]