LAKE FOREST – The Lake Forest/Lake Bluff Chamber of Commerce and LifeWorking Coworking have combined forces to create “ChamberWorking,” an innovative partnership and opportunity for small-business owners and entrepreneurs to have the best of both worlds.
With a ChamberWorking membership, small businesses receive office and meeting space, a Lake Forest business address, secure Wi-Fi access and print capabilities along with all the benefits of LF/LB Chamber membership, including networking opportunities, promotion, educational forums and inclusion in social media and community awareness initiatives.
Small-business owners and entrepreneurs are encouraged drop in for a tour of LifeWorking and ChamberWorking membership details at an Open House between 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22 at LifeWorking Coworking, 717 Forest Avenue, Lake Forest.
“This is a fabulous opportunity for a small business to reap the wonderful benefits of LifeWorking, and utilize all the chamber has to offer,” said Joanna Rolek, executive director of the LF/LB Chamber. “You get the physical space to conduct business at LifeWorking, plus support from the chamber. And both entities act as community hubs for business networking.”
Steven Whittington, founder and CEO of LifeWorking Enterprises, agreed. “We are excited about the potential for this partnership with the chamber in reaching the growing contingent of small office/home office workforce – combining LifeWorking Coworking’s vibrant work and meeting facilities with the chamber’s impressive reach and renewed focus on providing business-growing content and more networking opportunities to this community,” he said.
ChamberWorking membership starts at $125 per month or can be added to any LifeWorking Coworking membership for just $25 per month. For more information, contact:
- LifeWorking Coworking: www.mylifeworking.com; 847-457-2662; [email protected]
- LF/LB Chamber of Commerce: www.LFLBchamber.com; 847-234-4282; [email protected]
Submitted by the Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Chamber of Commerce