Munnsville, NY (PRWEB) January 11, 2014
With a vision of healthy people on a healthy planet, the Holistic Chamber of Commerce (HCC) is weaving together an international movement promoting holistic, natural and sustainable products, services and solutions. To that end, the HCC is pleased to announce that holistic leaders in Syracuse, New York, have started a local chapter, lead by Tim Emerson of Kwan Yin Healing.
The HCC is an international organization which serves as a bridge bringing consumers together with holistic and eco-friendly options. Now with over 1,000 Professional Members in throughout North America, consumers have easier access to high quality health, lifestyle and business products, services and solutions. All members of the Holistic Chamber of Commerce are reference-checked prior to being represented in the online Member Directory.
“Central New York is the perfect place for the Holistic Chamber of Commerce. We have a large population here and a community that really values those products and services. It’s time for us to come together and show the standard of integrity and professionalism these practitioners bring to the work they do. I see association with the international organization as a natural partnership for our vibrant and growing holistic business community. We are in the service business, yet we are still hidden. That marketing aspect is where I really see a need for support. The HCC offers that.” With extensive healing and management consulting experience and membership on the Evolutionary Business Council, Tim Emerson, President of the new Syracuse HCC chapter, in brings a clear vision this local chapter.
As a group associated with the international organization, the Holistic Chamber of Commerce of Syracuse will promote and support local holistic and sustainable practitioners, professionals, and business owners in greater central New York State. An online presence is already established at http://www.holisticchamberofcommerce.com/local-chapters/ny-syracuse along with membership information.
“This area is so rich in holistic practitioners,” explains Emerson. “Acupuncturists, Chiropractors, Naturopaths & Homeopaths, Energy Workers, Eco-Friendly Businesses, Integrative Therapists, Life & Business Coaches, Massage Therapists, Nutrition Counselors, Psychologists, Marketing & Business Support Professionals, Webmasters, book sellers, and many more alternative, green, bigger vision entrepreneurs and services abound. What they need are a central hub of support.”
Education is also high on the new chapter’s agenda. “Often people are unsure what these businesses do, or they aren’t aware this rich range of opportunities exist in this area. Bridging that gap, fitting the right clients with the right businesses, will be a big part of our work moving forward.”
An introductory video for prospective members is available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdiT7qwtEqY.