The New Hartford Business Council was formed in 1987 to promote the local business community through community activities. Promoting networking among our members and neighboring businesses enables us to foster a positive business environment and create opportunities for people to spend their dollars locally. We look forward to welcoming you and your business as part of the New Hartford Business Council.
Our NHBC membership has been growing substantially. The linked association between NHBC and the Canton Chamber of Commerce has brought with it greater opportunities for networking, and additional business contacts. NHBC members have been offered a reduced rate to join the Canton Chamber of Commerce.
Together we are working to advance the economic development of the business community.
Internship Mentoring Opportunity The internship program between the NHBC and NW Regional 7 HS has kicked off and we have 12 students looking for placement (two positions have been filled). If you would like to be a part of the Internship program please contact Paul Amenta, President <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
It was a big night for two lucky (read that, hard working) students from Northwestern Regional High School #7 on Thursday, June 25th, 2015, at Ski Sundown. They each walked away with a $5,000 scholarship raised by the local New Hartford Businesses and the community at large, that attended our Valentine's Day Wine Tasting and our Comedy Night.
Jakrin Lanphouthacoul and Casey Stotler proved that hard work really does pay off.
The economy in the state in general might be slow to recovery but the town of New Hartford is certainly doing its part to boost the economic growth in the state.
A recent walk-about town revealed much to be excited about, for businesses, building owners, customers and visitors to town. The Hoffman Building is undergoing major renovations and their first new tenant is going to be very happy in their new location. The Peter Bakker Insurance Agency will be on the left hand side of the building and will have gorgeous new windows to look out of. The replacement of the floor to ceiling windows with ones that add charm to an already quaint downtown look wonderful.
The NHBC has started a new service to our members. We will now be offering you the opportunity to post your job openings here on the NHBC website.
Please fill out the pdf form that appears below and email to email@example.com. Please put NHBC Job Posting in the subject line. Your job will appear for one month from the date we receive it and will then be removed. If you need it to stay listed longer than one month it will be your responsibility to let us know so we can list it for an additional month. If at any time you fill the position, please notify us so we can remove it, or you can just let it expire after the one month time frame.
Intern Program Looking Ahead To 2014 – 2015 Semesters
The New Hartford Business Council Intern Program with Northwestern Regional High School is well into its first session and has proved to be a tremendous success. An “update” meeting was recently held, and all the businesses and Northwestern Regional students involved expressed positive thoughts about the program. This year the program will conclude at the end of April.