Following the resounding success of the 2023 annual meeting, the Perimeter Chamber proudly reveals its dynamic 2024 business plan. Crafted with a vision for expanded opportunities in connection, engagement, and community impact, the Chamber is poised to usher in a new era of prosperity for businesses in the Dunwoody and Perimeter region. 

Paula Shiver and Nelson Smith Lead Distribution Effort for 2024 Annual Community Guide

Dunwoody Village is set to dazzle with the first-ever Holiday Spectacular Showcase. 

In the true spirit of community, Dunwoody Village businesses are proudly showcasing their creativity with a festival of lights and cheer outside their storefronts.  

Visit Dunwoody Village this holiday season from November 26th -January 5th for a dazzling display of holiday cheer. 

Dunwoody, Georgia - The Perimeter Chamber of Commerce has thrown its weight behind the Parks & Trails bond that will be presented to Dunwoody's citizens this November 7th. This significant move comes as part of an effort to strengthen the community's connectivity, vibrancy, and overall appeal, ultimately attracting businesses and fostering economic growth in the region.

Today is a day dedicated to the invaluable bond that connects our business community and fosters prosperity in the Dunwoody and Perimeter region. It's "Support Your Chamber of Commerce Day," and as the Vice President of Engagement at the Perimeter Chamber, I'm thrilled to share with you what this day means to us and why your support is so crucial.

Embrace the Autumn Spirit at the Inaugural Dunwoody Village Scarecrow Showdown!

In a recent Chamber Chat interview on the eve of Cybersecurity Month, Paula Shiver, Vice President of Engagement at Perimeter Chamber, sat down with David Richards, the founder of CyberSecure, to delve into the world of cybersecurity and explore what sets CyberSecure apart from other cybersecurity firms. Here are some key highlights from their conversation:

Forget cooking this Thanksgiving, support our local restaurants and leave the dishes up to them.

Small businesses add flavor to our area. There is a sense of adventure when you explore a small business. You never know what beauties you’ll uncover or what scrumptiousness awaits. Sadly, that’s also why a lot of people choose to patronize chains. With chains they know exactly what they’ll get and there’s a lot of comfort in that.

It’s that time of year again and many of us are preparing for a return to normal when it comes to the seasonal onslaught of tourism. Even with high transportation costs people are traveling and still—hopefully—buying. If you’d like to attract more tourists to your place of business, here’s how you can prepare.

Chairman's Circle