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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

Amazon Commits to North Randall

The Chamber would like to congratulate The Village of North Randall on the new Amazon fulfillment center deal! A  lease was signed on  August 24th on a planned 855,000-square-foot building bringing an estimated 2,000+ full-time jobs to the area. The site is scheduled to open in 2018. In a Cleveland.com article Mayor David Smith was […]

WHACC’s Tri-City Business Identification Project

At the Chamber’s June Luncheon, it was announced that we officially launched a project to gather and publish strategic data about the Tri-City area, with the ultimate goal of equipping the Chamber with the resources to better serve its members. This project will provide important data that will further position the Chamber as the leading […]

Purpose Driven After Hours Networking!

At our June 2017 After Hours Networking Event, held at Buffalo Wild Wings, we introduced a new event theme and networking game with a purpose – BIZ BINGO! Purpose of the Game: Get people talking and get to know each other! The goal of the game: Win with most Bingos per card. This ice breaker […]

[VIDEO] Understanding Millennials: Everything You Need to Know about Your Millennial Co-workers

Watch this video from our June, 2017 chamber networking luncheon featuring guest speaker Amy Shannon President of Pinnacle Leadership Solutions, LLC. Amy shares how Millennials will be a key part of our future employee population. We will identify and understand how to flex our communication style to meet the Millennials’ expectations. Discover the perceived “Gap” […]

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