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The North Dallas Chamber of Commerce is about helping our members build their businesses through events that provide current, practical information. We do this through many functions, including Business Toolbox Seminars and Business Leadership Briefing Series, which are designed to give you the tools to build your business.

  • Business Toolbox Seminar

    Presentations that explore timely business issues, and speakers are available immediately following each seminar for questions.

    Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017, 7:30 – 9:00 a.m.

    Topic: “Creating a Business: Which Structure is Right for You?”

    Location: Whitley Penn, 8343 Douglas Avenue #400, Dallas, TX 75225

      

  • Business of the Year Award

    Presented by Comerica Bank and sponsored by IMA Waldman, the Business of the Year Award is given each year to a business that offers high-quality products or services, demonstrates strong ethical standards, exhibits leadership with its employees and clients and within its industry and is active in the community.

    Nominations are now open through Friday, July 14, 2017, 5:00 p.m. Go here to nominate a client, vendor, your own business or any business you think deserves to be considered.

    Congratulations to Local Yocal Farm to Market, the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce 2016 Business of the Year Award winner. See photos and other awards presented.

  • Dallas Business Leadership Briefing Series

    Features influential business leaders who offer current information that a businessperson and others in the community can put to practical use.

    Next event: Wednesday, May 24, 7:30 a.m. at Ebby Halliday Corporate Office, 4455 Sigma Rd

    Speaker & Topic: Rick Perdue, Circuit Trail Conservancy board member, will discuss The Loop, a master trail system that would link existing hike and bike trails to one another, creating a 50-mile recreation opportunity.

    Cost: No charge for members, $15/non-members. Please RSVP by May 22.

       

  • Committees

    Whether you’re interested in building businesses, affecting transportation issues, or influencing youth in the Dallas area, NDCC committees allow members to support issues they’re passionate about while developing leadership skills.