Hooksett chamber expanding membership and services
In 2013, for instance, Christina Zlotnick was hired as executive director of the Hooksett Area Chamber of Commerce. Though her position is part time, Zlotnick has ventured into the local business community with the intent of growing the organization into a one-stop source for all Hooksett economic development needs.
“Since I’ve been hired, a lot of my focus has been trying to bring more value to the membership,” said Zlotnick. “I’m also trying to grow the organization by planning more events and trying to identify what people and businesses are interested in hearing about.”
“I’ve been a networker for a long time, so that part is important to me. It’s also meaningful to be a member of an organization that supports Hooksett businesses and brings businesses together for community events,” said company President Matthew Barrett. “The Hooksett chamber really seems to have a future here. It’s a good group of people who have been doing some great things in town, and it’s grown a lot in a relatively short period of time.”
Janet Wilson of the New Hampshire chapter of Business Network International (BNI) will present at a luncheon seminar scheduled for Feb. 19, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at PSNH at 12 Legends Drive in Hooksett. Meals are provided by New England’s Tap House Grille and admission is complimentary for up to two representatives from chamber member businesses and $10 for perspective members and guests.
On Wednesday, Feb. 26, the chamber partners with New Hampshire State Sen. David Boutin to host a panel discussion and Q&A session focused on the local and state business climate. The forum, which runs from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Hooksett Public Library includes information on current business-related legislation from Boutin, who chairs the Senate Capital Budget Committee and the Public and Municipal Affairs Committee.
For more information on the Hooksett Chamber of Commerce call 863-4720 or email email@example.com. Interested parties may also visit www.hooksettchamber.com or follow the chamber on Facebook.
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