Edgerton Area Chamber of Commerce » Resources


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Starting A Business

The Edgerton Chamber of Commerce is a great resource for helping local businesses start on the right path. Through our community network, we have put together a list of resources to help your business grow with our community.

Wisconsin Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

The SBDC is a business development center focused on helping entreprenuers succeed. They offer no-cost, confidential consulting and business education programs. 

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Edgerton Chamber of Commerce Resources

We have a great selection of resources available right here on the Edgerton Chamber of Commerce website to keep business locally-funded and locally focused. Feel free to browse our resources to become one of our community leaders in business. 

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What is the best way to find out if a local business or group is a member of the Chamber?

We have an online membership directory where you can search by business category, keywords, and firm name.

How to renew the membership online?

You can renew your membership online by visiting our Contact page and selecting the “Pay Fees” option from the dropdown. 

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Do I automatically become a member if my firm is a member?

Yes! When a company joins the Chamber, all employees at that company’s premises are declared to be members of the Chamber and have access to membership benefits.

What Is the Role of the Edgerton Area Chamber of Commerce?

The Chamber’s purpose has been to promote economic development and community development in the Edgerton area. Through programming and initiatives, we achieve this by preserving and enhancing the business climate and quality of life in our neighborhood. We aspire for the progress of our members, community leadership, and regional development.

Are the Chamber's meetings open to the public?

No. Requests for room usage for non-Chamber purposes are treated as a chance to refer a Chamber member, according to Chamber policy. The Membership & Engagement section maintains a list of Chamber members who are event venues or have space available, which is available upon request.

What sets the Chamber apart from other business associations?

Our humanitarian work is at the foundation of all we do. The majority of our members are so preoccupied with running their businesses and organizations that they rely on us to speak for them on matters that affect them. We’re always striving to provide the greatest possible, varied business environment for our members to prosper in this region, whether it’s providing input into the city’s long-range water plan or supporting improvements in state unemployment insurance. Our strength is derived from the diversity of our membership.