The Greater Norristown Corporation is a non-profit economic development organization focused on the growth of the Municipality of Norristown, the seat of Montgomery County, and its neighboring townships.

We believe in the strength of partnerships and we work with individual businesses, local townships, Montgomery County, and Pennsylvania state government in efforts to ultimately strengthen what we believe is the business hub of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

The Greater Norristown area is in a prime location, not only with what it offers to its residents and visitors, but also its easy accessibility to local attractions and relative ease in transporting to Philadelphia. Join us in publicizing all the wonderful things we have to offer!

The Value of Membership

The strength of our organization begins with its membership. With a diverse membership base that includes public and private sector, we’re able to offer prime networking opportunities and attract speakers to our monthly meetings who can offer valuable information regarding the growth of the Greater Norristown area. Our nominal annual membership dues contribute to supporting local efforts and providing valuable events and resources for our members.

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9 months ago

Greater Norristown Corporation

A big thank you to Robert Henry from GVF for joining us for our February meeting to discuss local transportation projects, such as the King of Prussia High Speed Rail project, which would extend from the Norristown High Speed Line. What a great boost this would provide to the business community, while making great environmental and commuter improvements! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 years ago

Greater Norristown Corporation

We had a great event this morning, hosted by our new members Barnes & Noble, as we learned about transportation projects in the Conshohocken/Plymouth Meeting/Norristown/King of Prussia areas over the next few years, and the short-term issues and long-term benefits these projects will have. We're sorry Matt Edmund was sick, but Crystal Gilchrist did a great job representing Montgomery County Planning Commission in his place!

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