The Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce exists to promote, support, and guide the business and civic communities in Concord Township, Fairport Harbor, Grand River, Leroy Township, Madison Township, Madison Village, North Perry Village, Painesville City, Painesville Township, Perry Township and Perry Village.
Download our Strategic Plan 2023 -2025
Click here for a short video that captures what 2024 Business of the Year – Global Real Estate Advisors – is all about.
Click here to learn more about the history of the Painesville Railroad Museum – 2024 Beacon Award winner.
Get more comfortable with AI and how it can benefit you and your business with tips from chamber members experts. February 15, 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., Morley Library. $20/person includes lunch.
Join the chamber in celebrating a ribbon cutting and grand opening of the Welcome Home Center at Project Hope for the Homeless.
Enjoy breakfast with us and get a taste of what 2024 has in store for the 11 communities served by the chamber. This program fills fast!
After Hours Leadership Connection Forum Presented by Sedgwick
Sponsorship opportunities for chamber members only are now available for our reimagined version of the small business expo. Join us for an after-hours collaborative leadership networking event on Thursday, April 18th, 2024, from 4 – 6pm. The event will offer networking and a short presentation by Kelly Keefe, President of ERC, HR Advisory Services, with appetizers and a cash bar.
Limited sponsorship opportunities are available for members of the three Lake County chamber of commerce only.
Registration for attendees will open soon. Fee is $25 and includes networking, appetizers, and a cash bar.
For more information and to purchase a sponsorship , please contact Kelly Donahue at the Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce at 440-357-7572 or Kelly@
As your chamber's trusted partners, the Chamber Energy Program and Chamber Sustainability Program strive to provide education and protection in everything we do. We help chamber members lower their supply rates and maximize their efficiency project return on investment using a wide array of available federal, state, and local rebates, grants, incentives, and other funding options. With current funding available, your projects could be immediately cash-positive. Find more information here.