The Mid-Maine Board of Directors consists of 21 local business leaders and the President of the Mid-Maine Chamber
Meet the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce staff!
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The Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce is dedicated and committed to promoting, educating and advocating for business prosperity and regional economic improvement.
Community Events Committees provide fund-rasing efforts to support the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce. They assist in planning, coordinating and implementing programs that focus on promotion of networking, cultural and recreational enrichment of the mid-Maine area. Below is a comprehensive list of the Chamber's Events Committees. Each Event Committee meets as necessary nearing the time of the event.
The Mid-Maine Chamber’s Business Expansion and Retention Committee facilitates and collaborates with other agencies to retain and attract quality job opportunities for central Maine residents. One major project that the BE&R Committee maintains is a comprehensive Business Visitation Program in collaboration with the Central Maine Growth Council.
The Executive Committee is formed to provide an effective leadership role in shaping the direction and fulfilling the mission of the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce. The Committee consists of Officers that sit on the Chamber’s Board of Directors.
Executive Committee oversees high-level functions, such as overseeing the Chamber’s strategic plan, financial and investment stability, budgets, and internal human resource functions. The Committee also assists in funding the KV Transit functions.
The Marketing Committee is responsible for publicizing Chamber activities and programs to members and the community through various types of media.
One major function that this committee is responsible for is determining the information that is displayed on the Chamber’s Web site, as well as updating the layout and functionality of the Web site, including ChamberMaster software benefits. Furthermore, the Information Services Committee decides upon the material, sponsorships and layout of the InTouch Newsletter, which is a monthly newsletter publication circulated to Chamber members and posted on the Web site. The Committee also is responsible for implementing the Community Connection, which is a double-truck, bi-monthly publication printed in partnership with the Morning Sentinel.
The Membership Services Committee is a committee that focuses on increasing membership value for Mid-Maine Chamber member businesses. Some of the major programs that the Membership Services Committee oversees are the scheduling and implementation of Business After Hours networking events, the Chamber Gift Certificate Program, and the Advantage Card Program.
The purpose of the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce’s Public Policy Committee, in part, is to educate its members as to pending ballot issues and legislation relevant to the business community. In many cases the Public Policy Committee will release a Position Statement for publication and distribution through the Mid-Maine Chamber’s Board of Directors.
As a Chamber member you are endorsing a better quality of life, and a more vibrant economy here in mid-Maine; you are supporting the free enterprise system; and your investment is vital.
We need you to become involved...serve on a committee...help change our area. It’s exciting here at the Chamber...please become a part of it...
Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce serving the greater Waterville region. We must receive your annual investment payment in full before you are voted in as a member. We accept cash, check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express. To pay by cash, check or credit card over the phone, please call our office at 207-873-3315. To pay by credit card via our secure server, please fill out the following application form. By filling out this information and applying payment you are authorizing this application with an electronic signature.
January/February 2017 - Business to Business Showcase, 2016 Annual Award Winners, Business After Hours, Business Creakfast Series
November/December 2016 - Gift Certificates, Super Raffle Dinner Winners, Business After Hours
September/October 2016 - Super Raffle, Taste of Waterville Food Winners, Business After Hours
July/August 2016 - Taste of Waterville
May/June 2016 - Gift Certificates, New Hire-Brittnae DeRoche, Business After Hours, Business Breakfast Series, Chamber Golf Classic
March/April 2016 - Business to Business Showcase, Leading Women's Luncheon, Business Breakfast Series, Business After Hours
January/February 2016 - Business to Business Showcase, Annual Awards Ceremony, Business After Hours, Business Breakfast Series
November/December 2015 - Gift Certificates, Business After Hours
September/October 2015 -
July/August 2015 - Taste of Waterville
May/June 2015 - Business After Hours, Leading Women's Luncheon, Business Breakfast schedule
March/April 2015 - Business After Hours, Business Breakfast schedule
January/February 2015 - Business After Hours schedule, Business Breakfast schedule
Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce located at 50 Elm Street in Waterville, will be closed Monday, February 20, in observance of Presidents’ Day. The organization will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, February 21. The Chamber office and Visitor Center are open Monday through Friday from 9AM to 5PM.