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The Warrensville Heights Area Chamber of Commerce works to promote, enhance, and foster the growth of business in the area communities of Highland Hills, North Randall and Warrensville Heights, Ohio. Visit whacc.org to subscribe, get involved, or join. Do you have news, updates, or opportunities you would like to share? We’re looking to our members to submit world-class content for our print newsletters, email newsletters, and social media channels. Please submit your business articles, tips, and resources to news@whacc.org

What We Learned – Roundtable Discussion: Technology 2019

WHACC AM Learning Series – Technology This AM series on August 27th featured guests Chris Howse, president of Howse Solutions LLC., and Michael Gray, Director of Sales and Marketing at TechnologyXperts, inc.. This dynamic technology roundtable discussion mainly focused around cyber security. This topic is always a concern when talking about technology, and our experts […]

DaVita Ribbon Cutting and Open House!

We are excited to welcome DaVita Kidney Care as a new business to the area and a new member to the chamber! Join us September 11th for their ribbon cutting and open house. DaVita Kidney Care, a division of DaVita Inc. and a leading provider of kidney care services, will host an open house on […]

Eastern Cuyahoga Chamber Alliance: First Event is a Networking Hit!

Over months of discussion and preparation, WHACC and 5 other area chambers have partnered to bring you the Eastern Cuyahoga Chamber Alliance(ECCA). Strategically formed to leverage the leadership and member strength of adjacent Chambers of Commerce located on the eastern side of Cuyahoga County, we collaborate, innovate and grow chamber membership value. As a member of WHACC you […]

Warrensville Reaching New Heights Podcast – Episode 43 – Faith Boone, Marketing Director, Effective Leadership Academy

Listen as Ms. Boone describes how ELA takes kids who are not so confident – and even those that are – to a new level of ability and understanding for what it takes to succeed and how to achieve their goals. Industry experts make appearances at ELA programs and students are heavily involved with learning […]

ELA Wraps Up 2019 Chamber Leadership Academy with WHACC Members

Members and businesses from the Warrensville Heights Area Chamber of Commerce offered their experiences and perspectives to students enrolled in the Chamber Leadership Academy program developed by the Effective Leadership Academy.  The week’s events from June 3rd through the 7th where hosted at member businesses ABB, South Pointe Hospital, Warrensville Heights Family YMCA, Cuyahoga Community College, […]

[VIDEO] Homegrown in Ohio: The Local Food Movement

On June 5th, 2019 we presented Homegrown in Ohio: The Local Food Movement. Learn from local growers, chefs and food suppliers about this well received yet sometimes controversial industry movement. Our panel of experts on discussed the different health benefits, local economic impact, and growing popularity of farm-to-table tasty, fresh and nutritious food grown and […]

Warrensville Reaching New Heights Podcast – Episode 33 – Charles Izzo, President, Infinity Construction Co., Inc.

Listen as Mr. Izzo discusses some of his company’s high profile and impactful projects within Warrensville Heights and well beyond its borders. He touches on Infinity’s current involvement with the construction of the new elementary school here, and he shares details surrounding the the company’s development of the YMCA and library properties. For more podcasts […]

Warrensville Reaching New Heights Podcast – Episode 31 – Senior Vice President & General Manager, JACK Thistledown Racino

Listen as Mr. Lokke shares the inside story on Thistledown operations. Did you know that on the property, there are 1,050 stables and dorms for some employees? He dispels some myths surrounding the video lottery terminals and he describes the excitement surrounding opening day which is Monday, April 29. In 2016, Mr. Lokke oversaw the […]

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