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Dedicated to the economic vitality of the region through resources, advocacy, and support for member businesses and organizations, the Greenwich Chamber builds partnerships to strengthen our business environment.

We are providing these great regional resources for your business.

Washington County Tourism
Warren Washington IDA
Adirondack North Country Association
Washington County Economic Development
Albany SBDC

Washington County Tourism

Explore Washington County, New York!  Just a few hours from most major cities in the Northeast, our county is nestled between Saratoga and Lake George.  We're just a hop, skip, jump, (or however you prefer to travel!) to wineries or races at the track, and craft breweries or hikes through the Adirondack Mountains.  We’re more than just a home base for your visit to Upstate NY, though.  We have a scene all our own, with plenty of farm-to-table restaurants, museums, theaters, trails, and waterways to explore. Find your adventure in Washington County.

SCORE of Northeast NY

SCORE Northeast NY is a group of experienced business professionals who provide guidance to those desiring to start up a new small business or to assist existing small businesses in improving their profitability.


The volunteers are successful real-world business professionals who volunteer thousands of hours to help existing and startup businesses succeed. SCORE volunteers are experts with experience in areas such as; accounting, finance, human resources, consulting, import/export, law, operations, production, retail, wholesale, manufacturing, sales, marketing, management, business plan preparation, strategic planning, and many other business disciplines.

Lake Champlain - Lake George Regional Planning Board

The Lake Champlain - Lake George Regional Planning Board is a regional planning and development organization that represents five counties in Upstate New York: Clinton, Essex, Hamilton, Warren, and Washington.

Their mission is to promote sustainable economic development that strengthens our communtites and region.

Counties of Warren & Washington Industrial Development Agency

The Warren-Washington IDA provides incentive-based assistance programs to encourage and help businesses start, expand, or move into our region – creating jobs for local people and driving economic activity in local communities.   We also own and manage two shovel-ready industrial parks with parcels of varying sizes available to businesses for sale or lease.

Adirondack North Country Association

ANCA is an independent non-profit organization working to build dynamic local economies that sustain thriving communities in Northern New York.  Since 1955, ANCA has leveraged the investment of hundreds of millions of dollars into key sectors that drive sustainable local economic development.


Using innovative strategies for food systems, clean energy, small businesses,and equity and inclusion, ANCA delivers targeted interventions that create and sustain wealth and value in local communities.

Washington County Economic Development

Washington County is committed to developing a prosperous and economically friendly environment for current and prospective businesses and residents, while preserving the rural qualities that make Washington County unique. Washington County is dedicated to providing retention, expansion programs and attractive incentives for businesses, strengthening the quality of life, and providing a full range of services.

Albany Small Business Development Center

Albany, Columbia, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Montgomery, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren, and Washington Counties.

The New York Small Business Development Center (New York SBDC) - the premier business assistance organization in New York State - provides expert management and technical assistance to start-up and existing businesses across the state. The New York SBDC is administered by State University of New York and funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the State of New York, and host campuses.


Through 22 campus-based regional centers, and dozens of outreach offices, the New York SBDC applies the resources of university, private sector, and government to solve business problems and foster entrepreneurship.

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