We are pleased to serve the 10 municipalities that make up Palm Beach North.
The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce strives to be a dynamic organization that serves as a vital business and community resource. We focus on the development and retention of businesses by taking an active role in issues that affect the profitability of local companies, protecting and improving the quality of life for residents and, above all, providing superior services and resources to our members.
The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization with over 800 business members, and the vast majority of our funding is secured through the private sector. We have evolved into a “knowledge broker,” connecting businesses with prospective clients. The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce seeks to be an invaluable partner in increasing our business members’ bottom line. Business is still about relationship building, and understanding this basic principle is the foundation for developing programs, special events and social functions.
Networking at over 100 events
Monthly events include:
Business Before Hours
A breakfast that offer members the opportunity to network and engage with business leaders of our community, while hearing timely, informative presentations from the most compelling speakers of our region and beyond. Annual Events include, but are not limited to:
- Legislative Update: Features Legislators from Florida House of Representatives and Florida Senate
- Palm Beach County Schools Update
- Mayor’s Breakfast: Features Mayors from Palm Beach North
- State of the County: Featuring County Administrator
- Annual Education Awards: Teachers of the Year and John C. Giba Student Leadership Awards
- Palm Beach North Valor and Community Service Awards: Honoring PBN’s First Responders
Business After Hours
The Business After Hours programs offer members the opportunity to network and engage with business leaders of our community in a more informal setting. Such programs are hosted by a member at his or her business location, as they offer food and refreshments, and speak for 3 minutes about themselves and/or his or her business/organization. Typically, there is a second sponsor who will also have an opportunity to speak and will also have a table for collateral and other information. Each program also includes a 70/30 raffle with net proceeds going to a selected Non-Profit among our membership.
ORIENTATION: CHAMBER 101 (Virtual Lunch + Learn)
New and veteran members are provided with monthly orientations to hear first-hand how to make the most of their Chamber membership. Attendees receive information about the Chamber's structure, events, community involvement, member benefits and resources, advocacy, learning Chamber Master and more.
Frequency: Monthly; 1st Friday of every month from 11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
SUCCESSFUL CONNECTIONS: CHAMBER 201 (Virtual Networking Training) SOLD
All current members are provided with a complimentary Best Practices and Networking Training session. Attendees receive information about how to best activate their relationships in the Chamber. In addition, we review the various ways members can engage with our Chamber to ensure they are capitalizing on their membership.
Frequency: Bi-monthly; 2nd Friday of every other month from 12 – 1 p.m.
Small Business Advisory Council
This council acts on behalf of the 83% of small businesses within the Chamber to identify the needs and be a resource for small businesses and those who serve them
Small Business Seminars: offer educational programs and tools to small business owners. Each presentation includes a Best Practices sharing portion so the group and can network and learn together; topics vary based on assessed need through member surveys
Power Networking: offers a fast-paced, exciting and extremely effective networking and professional relationship-building experience. The format features one-on-one discussions, where each individual is given the opportunity to give a 2 – 2 1/2-minute introduction.
CEO Connection: a member-exclusive event in which a local CEO speaks in a more intimate setting to give insight on their background, experience, words of advice, hobbies and more.
Women in Business Council:
A council dedicated to offering education and networking opportunities for Women in Business; men are welcome to attend.
Annual Tea: Quarterly Event | A signature event held every fall where women in business get dressed up for a “Tea” occasion; features guest speaker and a competition for best hat
Luncheon: Quarterly Event | Offer educational programs and tools to women in business with a featured guest speaker; held one-two times a year
Connect Event: Quarterly Event | after hours event that offer a more informal setting meant for networking
Annual “Woman of The Year” Luncheon: Quarterly Event | Celebrates the Woman of the Year nominees and recipient alike and recognizing their outstanding leadership and commitment to the Palm Beach North region
TWE: The Woman Effect: Bimonthly | A virtual podcast-style interview with women who have made it, in a male dominated industry. Guests will be CEOs and/or executives from various industries all over the US.”
S.H.E. Seminars: Smart. Honest. Effective.: Bimonthly Event | Open forum discussion with women business leaders who share ideas on ways to manage business successfully
Young Professionals Of Palm Beach North
dedicated young professionals between the ages of 21 to 39 who are charged with ensuring that the needs of Palm Beach North’s young professionals are addressed by the Chamber; members of any age can attend the YP events.
Connect Events: Quarterly Event | After hours events that offer a more informal setting meant for networking
Professional Development Luncheon: Quarterly Event | Offer educational programs and tools to the up-and-coming workforce of young professionals
Session Days: Quarterly Event | Offer the ability to discover and learn more in-depth information about the variety of industries in Palm Beach North
Anniversary Party: Quarterly Event | Celebrates the “end of the year” for young professional development and engagement in Palm Beach North
Health Care and Life Sciences Committee:
A resource for businesses to connect, educate, discuss and promote healthcare and life science topics that affect Palm Beach North’s quality of life
Civil Engagement Event: Panel discussion with high-level healthcare and life science professionals on a current topic affecting our 10 municipalities, local businesses and our community
Healthcare and Life Science Mixer: Two annually
Community Service Event: Beach clean-up
Sponsor an Event
Sponsoring a Chamber event is one of the best and most efficient ways to reach a large and targeted audience with your brand and message. With all of the Chamber’s special events and varying demographics, there is sure to be a sponsorship opportunity for you and your marketing goals! Below is a list of the various sponsorship opportunities the Chamber offers. Contact us today to learn more!
Networking Events & Small Business Programming
- Business Before Hours
- Business After Hours
- Orientation: Chamber 101 – SOLD
- The F.O.M.O. Mixer: Hosted by the Ambassador Committee
- Successful Connections: Chamber 201 – SOLD
- Power Networking – SOLD
- Small Business Seminars – SOLD
- Virtual Seminars
Women in Business Events
- Quarterly Luncheon and Connect Event
- Annual Tea
- Annual Women of the Year Luncheon
- WIBC Mentorship Bootcamp – SOLD
- The Woman Effect
- S.H.E. Seminars: Smart. Honest. Effective.
Young Professionals Events
- Official YP Sponsor – SOLD
- Professional Development Luncheons Series Sponsor– SOLD
- Networking Mixers Series Sponsor – SOLD
- Connect Event Social Sponsor
- Luncheon Presenting Sponsor
Annual Signature Community Events
- ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival, Presented by Hanley Foundation
- Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center ArtFest by the Sea
- Leadership Awards Dinner
- Tampa General Hospital Loggerhead Triathlon
Premier and Community Events
Annual award ceremony held in the evening with a silent auction, dinner, live entertainment, and the awards ceremony honoring outstanding leaders and businesses making an impact in the Palm Beach North community; categories of awards include: Business of the Year, Community Leader of the Year, Nonprofit of the Year, Small Business of the Year, Young Professional of the Year, Gaeta Chairman’s Award of Excellence, and Environmental Stewardship Award.
Artigras Fine Arts Festival
The premier fine art festival of the Palm Beaches. Ranked as #10 out of the top 100 art shows in the United States, ArtiGras showcases a unique juried exhibition of 300 fine artists from all over the country and draws tens of thousands of patrons. The two-day event also features interactive art exhibits, live music, children’s interactive art activities, food and drink, and demonstrations that provide an arts experience like no other in South Florida. ArtiGras 2019 was named the 10th Best Fine Art & Design Show in the Nation by Sunshine Artist Magazine. ArtiGras benefits over 60 school art programs and non-profit organizations.
A springtime tradition for residents and snowbirds alike. Located in Juno Beach and along the oceanfront along A1A, the festival brings together longtime favorites and the newest names in the contemporary art scene. Life-size sculptures, spectacular paintings, one-of-a-kind jewels, photography, ceramics, and much more make for one fabulous weekend.
Held each fall in Carlin Park in Jupiter, Loggerhead Triathlon is a USAT sanctioned event. The course consists of a 3/8 mile ocean swim, 13 mile bike and flat 3.1 mile run. Awards are given to the top 3 overall in each division.