We provide members with the tools, savings and access to connections to build a better business.
We lead the way in fostering business growth, employee retention and training, and talent attraction.
We are the beacon for pro-business policies. Guiding businesses to interact with lawmakers and engage their employees in advocacy work.
Events & Resources
We are the catalyst for creating meaningful business relationships through networking events, signature events, programming and more!
we are greater together
We are the Greater Reading Chamber Alliance. We provide businesses with the resources they need to build, grow and thrive. Making connections, advocating for free enterprise and developing our community is our business.
GRCA has been instrumental in our growth as a locally owned family business and shares our vision of strengthening our community by finding ways to connect local employers with a strong candidate pipeline. On behalf of the entire team here at Gage, we value our partnership and are grateful for the people and the programs at GRCA that support our vision in creating a more sustainable community.
Please come and celebrate new growth at the Berks Technical Institute. A ribbon cutting will be held at noon on Wednesday, September 28.
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Program Objective: Participants will learn the most rewarding features of Excel. Please note the term “Advanced” does not refer to a high level of difficulty, but just a continuation of the Intermediate class. This is truly the “cool” class, as you get to see a lot of neat things you can do in Excel! Course…
From the Blog
By Katherine Hetherington Cunfer, Director of Government & Community Relations, GRCA Tuesday, Nov. 8 is the date of the 2022 General Election, an important day in Pennsylvania. Voters can choose …
In the News
Jim Gerlach, President & CEO of the Greater Reading Chamber Alliance (GRCA) today sent a letter to the Berks County state delegation members detailing GRCA’s support for H.B. 1826, Expansion of …