Tiny micro-small independent businesses often are too small to benefit from “pro-business” policies and programs. These businesses add community character even if they aren’t economic engines.
Disseminating information to business owners is a key function of the Chamber of Commerce
Oak Park’s new “bring your bag” ordinance goes into effect January 1, 2018
I have a confession to make. I am not very good at the whole sustainability thing. I usually confuse what is and isn’t supposed to go in the recycling bin. My husband comes behind me quietly to resort the trash, making things right before taking it out. He is also in charge of buying the…
There are four business organizations serving the Oak Park community, three structured as membership associations. What do they do and how are they different?
The OPRF Chamber is working with the Village of Oak Park to build an online directory of all local businesses. The database feeding the directory will enable better communications, planning, event promotion and other back office functions.
The Chamber of Commerce held its second Procurement Expo, introducing local businesses to the purchasing staffs of our various taxing bodies in Oak Park, River Forest and Forest Park