Chamber of Commerce Partners

Our Public-Private Economic Development Partnership

The Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit business advocacy, community and economic development association committed to the support of its members' growth and success and the development of a positive economic climate. The Chamber services the area communities of Ayer, Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Devens, Groton, Harvard, Lancaster, Littleton, Pepperell, Shirley, Sterling, Townsend, West Boylston, Westford and nearby towns and is funded by membership investments.

Valley Business Partners

Mission: "The Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce shall support and promote businesses, stimulate economic development and serve as a resource to improve the quality of life for the region."


North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce: Building Businesses, Building Communities™; "The North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce is a business advocacy, economic development organization working to create and sustain relationships among businesses and between businesses and the community. Everything the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce does is to create an environment where businesses can grow and be successful. A thriving business community means a thriving economy, and a thriving economy means a thriving community."

North Central Business Partners

North Central Massachusetts Development Corporation: "The North Central Massachusetts Development Corporation (NCMDC) is the principle resource for the region in terms of economic development; lending and financing; and implementing a multi-faceted regional economic development strategy to enhance economic development services while expanding lending capacity to accommodate the region’s unique industry mix.  The NCMDC is governed by the North Central Massachusetts Economic Development Council which is composed of representatives from the entire 26-community region.  These representatives involve business and community leaders, the regions’ five Chambers of Commerce, regional planning and development organizations, and elected officials on the state and local level."