Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce and COSE Align

Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce and COSE Align

Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce and COSE Align – Dual Membership Offer

The Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce and the Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) have announced an alliance that will benefit area businesses and members of both organizations.
Businesses will have the opportunity to join COSE and the Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce at a reduced rate. *Restrictions apply.
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COSE/CFCC Dual Membership Rate Sheet/Cost to JOIN both organizations:
COSE CFCC Dual Membership RATE SHEET

Through a special joint membership agreement, businesses in Cuyahoga Falls can now join both organizations and save up to 50 percent on what it would have cost to join each separately.

Area businesses can now not only tap into valuable resources and exposure opportunities in their local communities, but also access the regional/national reach, buying power and government advocacy efforts of COSE and its more than 14,000 members.

“Aligning with COSE is a win-win for everybody,” says Cuyahoga Falls Chamber chief executive officer, Laura Petrella. “Chamber membership offers local community involvement and networking opportunities. COSE broadens that scope.  Members who take advantage of our cost-saving programs will also enjoy a return on their membership investment dollars.”

“Local chambers and COSE have always had one common goal—helping businesses succeed,” said Steve Millard, president and executive director at COSE. “Together we’ll be able to provide a full package to help area businesses thrive.”

“The Cuyahoga Falls Chamber helps us stay connected and grow our business locally while COSE has helped us make an impact and build connections throughout Northeast Ohio and beyond,” says Nevin Bansal, president and CEO of Outreach Promotional Solutions and a member of both organizations. “The support and savings programs have helped us better achieve our top-line and bottom-line goals.  In our opinion, almost any business can benefit from being a member of both organizations.”

This partnership will be the second (Hudson Chamber of Commerce) in the Summit County area and will open up many new opportunities for small business owners in the Cuyahoga Falls community.

Business owners can get more information on this new joint membership opportunity by either contacting the Cuyahoga Falls Chamber at 330.929.6756 (info@cfchamber.com) or COSE at 216.592.2355 (membersales@cose.org).

About COSE
COSE is one of Ohio’s largest small business support organizations, striving to help small businesses grow and maintain their independence. Comprised of more than 14,000 member companies, COSE has a long history of fighting for the rights of all small business owners, whether it’s through group purchasing programs for health care, workers’ compensation, or energy; advocating for specific changes in legislation or regulation to benefit small business; or providing a forum and resource for small businesses to connect with and learn from each other. (www.cose.org)

About the Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce
The Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce actively promotes a partnership of business and community succeeding together. (www.cfchamber.com)

 

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