The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce has moved to a new location in Warsaw. Leaders say the larger office space provides more room for employees, meetings and parking. July 3, 2014

News Release

Warsaw, Ind. — The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce has announced the recent move to a new location. As of Monday, June 30th, the Kosciusko Chamber began operations at its new address; 523 South Buffalo Street, Warsaw. The new location provides increased office room, larger meeting rooms, more parking space and other benefits that allows your Kosciusko

Chamber of Commerce to better serve members.

Mark Dobson, President & CEO of the Kosciusko Chamber, said, ?gThe Chamber?fs relocation has been a part of our strategic plan for a few years. It is necessary as the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce continues to grow membership and programs.?h

The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce currently has over 600 members. In 2014 alone, the Kosciusko Chamber has already serviced the county with events and programs such as the Annual Membership Dinner, Indianapolis Bus?]In at the State House, Kosciusko County Career Expo and Job Fair, Kosciusko FIT, Young Adult Professional activities, Young Entrepreneurs

Academy, Small Business Connection, Business After Hours, Ribbon Cuttings and Grand Openings.

Dobson continued, ?gWhile the new facility will house the additional staff needed to properly service our membership ?] it will also serve as a one?]stop commerce center for Kosciusko County. Our goal is to house entities that service the community and the economic development needs of our community. No longer will the public have to make multiple stops to get these needs met. Additionally, an innovation center will be developed in the new facility to help foster the entrepreneurial climate in Kosciusko County.?h

The Kosciusko Chamber continues to take steps to better service Kosciusko County in Advocacy, Economic Development, Networking, Business Counseling and Member Benefits. Thank you to all those who have.

Source: The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce

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