Where Ohio Industry Meets Agriculture


  • State of the Village of Middlefield Address and Luncheon

    Date: 10/10/2017

    Time: 12:00 pm  - 1:00 pm

    The State of the Village of Middlefield Address will be held at Mary Yoder's Amish Kitchen. Meeting with lunch is $15.00 a person, please RSVP to the Middlefield Chamber of Commerce at 440-632-5705 or mccinfo@middlefieldcc.com.

  • Meeting - Middlefield Chamber of Commerce Meeting

    Date: 11/14/2017

    Time: 12:00 pm  - 1:00 pm

    Meeting begins at Noon, doors Open at 11:45 am, meeting in the Geauga County Public Library large meeting room. Speaker is Jennifer Corso, Employment Law Attorney. Lunch cost TBA. RSVP for this meeting by 11/10/17 to 440-632-5705 or mccinfo@middlefieldcc.com.

  • Cardinaires Annual Christmas Concert and Luncheon

    Date: 12/12/2017

    Time: 12:00 pm  - 1:30 pm

    Annual Cardinaires Christmas Concert and Luncheon will be held at Mary Yoder's Amish Kitchen on Tuesday, December 12th starting at 12 Noon. Doors will open at 11:30 am. Cost is $20 a person, seating is limited, please call your RSVP in early, and by December 7th to the Middlefield Chamber of Commerce Office at 440-632-5705 or mccinfo@middlefieldcc.com

A Great Place To Grow A Business

The object of this organization shall be to more fully promote, develop and maintain the civic, industrial, agricultural, business and social interest of the Middlefield area in Geauga County, Ohio.

The Middlefield Chamber of Commerce is committed to working as a partner with retail, industrial and agricultural businesses in our area. Our efforts on behalf of our members are designed to create a climate of professionalism through:

  • educational programming
  • legislative updates
  • informative newsletters
  • affiliation with larger state and national business organizations
  • staffed business office meeting members' needs and outside informational requests on a daily basis

We foster a spirit of cooperation among business professionals through:

  • year-round networking opportunities, including monthly luncheons
  • effective referral service, business to business
  • community-wide promotions, such as Bicentennial Trade Dollar Program, Geauga County Bicentennial and Business After Hours programs to name a few

The Middlefield Chamber of Commerce takes pride in developing an ever-increasing package of benefits, allowing the small and mid-sized business to capitalize on programs usually only available to larger corporations. These include:

  • Networking
  • Education
  • Workers Compensation Group Rates
  • Referrals and Promotions
  • Advertising
  • Cooperative Buying Programs
  • Mailing List
  • Enhanced Website
  • Coaching and Mentoring
  • Social and Civic Enhancement

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