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    The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce blog shares insights, industry information and best practices for area businesses and our community at large. Contributors are experts in our community, and around the world.

    Join us for a seminar, volunteer with a committee, connect with us on social media, attend a networking event and many more ways.

    Whether you are redoing your office condo, putting an addition on your house, or undertaking any other type of construction project, there are a few things to keep in mind as you select a contractor and get the construction process underway.

    The veterans committee meets quarterly. Take a look at what they've been up to, and have coming up.

    Social media is social. So, before you start wondering how to get more engagement, think about how you would get the attention of someone you wanted to meet and become better friends with offline.

    The provision of short-term rentals via online platforms such as Airbnb, FlipKey and HomeAway is part of the growing “shared economy.” In 2017, the Virginia General Assembly established a framework by which local governments may regulate these and other short-term rentals.

    Spread the networking and learning around. Your company is bigger and better than one person.

    Thursday, Dec. 14 at the Hilton Springfield the Greater Springfield Chamber installed its 2018 board chair and presented awards to area businesses and individuals.

    Make a plan. A disaster will hit Fairfax County. It’s only a matter of when. Businesses with an implemented plan have a better chance of survival, as do their employees, employee’s families and community.

    Scams are costing consumers an estimated $1 billion








    Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce

     6434 Brandon Avenue

    Springfield, Virginia 22150




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