COVID-19 is drastically affecting our local economy and the businesses who keep it alive. Chamber staff members are available to address your questions, concerns, and needs.
In support of the Lackawanna County Regional Recovery Task Force, the Scranton Chamber launched this #reviveNEPA website full of resources. We will continue to gather important information from local healthcare and government officials to share with our business community.
Empower is the premier women’s leadership event in Northeast PA and sponsored by Peoples Security Bank & Trust. It is a day-long conference.
Noteology has restocked microfiber headbands on their website and physical locations. These microfiber headbands will keep your hair off your …Read More
To order: Click here to check out our online catalog or call Suzanna Kravtisky at PDQ/DBF 570-800-1073 to place your …Read More
Alumni of the Marywood Ph.D. program in Strategic Leadership and Administrative Studies (SLAS) will serve as advisors to doctoral candidates …Read More
The 2020 Saint Joseph’s Center Summer Festival includes a drive-thru Chicken Dinner, WNEP Telethon and Go Joe Ride Along. Join …Read More
Space Time Mead & Cider Works is sponsoring its 2nd Annual Label Art Competition for a special 2020 wine named Perseverance. Four finalists have …Read More
FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (Nasdaq: FNCB) (“FNCB” or the “Company”), announced today that the Company continued its membership in the Russell index …Read More
The Greater Scranton YMCA is pleased to announce it has received a $2,500 grant from the PPL Foundation. These funds …Read More
The PennDOT Office of Public-Private Partnerships (P3) announced today that it is accepting unsolicited proposals for transportation projects from the …Read More
Arts Engage Glass Workshop
Saturdays, January 11, 18, and 25, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Makeup snow day: February 1.
Location: …Read More
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is pleased to honor the District 4 winners of the “Paint the Plow” safety …Read More
The Department of Biology at Misericordia University will launch the free six-part Spring Biology Seminar Series on Thursday, Jan. 30 …Read More
Today, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced that Chewy, a trusted online destination for pet parents, will expand its operations in …Read More
Small Business Saturday is on November 30! Here is a listing of special offers submitted to us by our members:
Leadership Lackawanna’s youth program, Tomorrow’s Leaders Today (TLT), recently met for its first session, which included an orientation, leadership basics …Read More
The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce recently announced the finalists for the 2019 SAGE Awards, the Scranton Awards for Growth …Read More
Skills in Scranton, the workforce development affiliate of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce, recently received a $1,000 donation from …Read More
Our members are the driving force behind the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce community. With a dynamic variety of programming, services, and activities, we strive to support our members in furthering their business goals.
The Industrial Development arm of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce, consisting of The Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO), The Scranton Plan and the Lackawanna Industrial Fund Enterprise (LIFE), has spearheaded the development of 15 business parks, development of 22 million square feet, creating more than 42,000 jobs and a community investment of more than $2 billion to Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Through its wide range of regional partnerships, our workforce development team works to develop strategies that address economic and workforce opportunities. Across our workforce development initiatives, the Chamber ensures that our area’s workforce meets the current and future needs of the region’s existing and targeted industries.
The Chamber is dedicated to community leadership and professional development through its Leadership Lackawanna affiliate. Its four programs - teen, core, executive leadership and Welcome Scranton! -- enhance the skills, connections and knowledge of emerging and established leaders, enabling them to better serve in our communities, workplaces and organizations.
The Chamber’s business incubator program serves as a gateway to resources for entrepreneurs looking to start or expand their business in Lackawanna County. The Chamber’s business incubator program fosters job creation and stimulates business growth in line with clients’ business plans.
The Chamber’s Government Affairs committee works closely with local, regional, state, and federal officials to offer support and advocate on behalf of its members. The Chamber puts the needs of the business community at the forefront of its advocacy efforts by helping to ensure a positive governmental climate for business growth and development.