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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

How to Make Your Business More Sustainable AND Profitable

A sustainable business model comes with environmental and social security benefits. What some may not know (or believe) is that sustainability has the potential to save your business money and increase profits. Green Business Bureau says sustainability is delivering greater prosperity and putting organizations in a better position to last.  Importance of Sustainability for Business […]

Acing the Basics of Grant Writing

WHACC is happy to share this article sent to us by NOACC, originally written by marketer Christina R. Metcalf and distributed by FrankJKenny.com. Hiring a grant writer isn’t cheap. Some charge a flat fee, while others base their fee as a percentage of the grant amount. If you’re a small business or nonprofit, you may not be able […]

Does grassroots marketing still work?

A grassroots marketing campaign can keep your costs low, grow your brand’s influence, and increase your business’ audience. With a highly-targeted approach to spreading your message, a grassroots marketing campaign can help your business get to a new level.  What is grassroots marketing? Instead of using guerrilla marketing to reach a massive audience, grassroots marketing […]

City of Warrensville Heights hosts open house at new Municipal Center on Richmond Road

The City of Warrensville Heights held an open house on Tuesday, October 18 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at its new municipal center on Richmond Road. The event, which was open to the public, featured tours and a full-catered meal from Del’s Catering. Guests toured over 40,000 square feet of City administration offices including […]