Become a member today!
Since 1928, the Whitby Chamber of Commerce (WCC) has united local professionals with the purpose of advocating for their rights, compiling resources and doing business together. By remaining the voice of business, the WCC fosters a thriving business community through connection, learning and leadership.
To join, just fill out a quick, online form based on your payment preferences:
Get a head start on growing your network or stay connected to the Chamber community after retiring. Our student and retiree memberships for only $30 a year!
Reminder: All employees of a member business can take advantage of the perks associated with a Chamber membership, including attending events and opportunities to save money. Learn more.
More Exposure for Your Business
You just opened a business in your favorite neighborhood and you’re excited to get started. No one is going to know you exist if you don’t put yourself out there. Get involved. Leverage the many free events, participate in our committees, offer to sponsor programming or advertise through our various opportunities throughout the year.
Build your business with other members of the professional community at over 80+ events designed strategically to meet a broad range of membership needs. The WCC offers everything from coffee conversations like our Java Jolts to full-day conferences to enhance your opportunity to network & learn.
Publications and our Joint Chamber Member Directory
The membership directory on our website is a list available not just to members, but also non-members in the local community. But our annual printed directory is combined with other chambers to broaden your reach!
Having your voice heard
United we stand. By being part of a chamber, you’re with other like-minded business owners who want to succeed. You are part of a larger network of businesses across the Region (through our Durham Business Alliance), Ontario and the country. You can join the advocacy committee, Diversity Equity & Inclusion Committee and lead business interests from a policy & advocacy perspective.