CalChamber Fact Sheet
The California Chamber of Commerce is the largest, broad-based business advocate to government in California, working at the state and federal levels to influence government actions affecting all California business. As a not-for-profit, we leverage our front-line knowledge of laws and regulations to provide affordable and easy-to-use compliance products and services.
- President and Chief Executive Officer: Allan Zaremberg.
- Located at 1215 K Street, Suite 1400, Sacramento, CA 95814
- Mission: To serve as an advocate and resource for California employers and to engage in other activities, domestically and internationally, that enhance the California economy and make the state a better place to live, work and do business.
- 2017 Guide to the California Chamber of Commerce
CalChamber Membership Facts
- Members total more than 14,000
- Members employ one-fourth the private sector workforce in California
- More than two-thirds of CalChamber members have 100 or fewer employees
Information Commonly Requested
Legislative Issues & Economy
- Final Major Bills Status Report (10/17/2017)
- Economic Advisory Council Report (9/15/2017)
- 2017 Business Issues and Legislative Guide
- 2017 Job Killer Bills
- 2017 Job Creator Bills
- 2016 Final Status Report on Major Business Bills
- 2016 Vote Record – The CalChamber’s position on a bill and how each legislator voted. (10/21/2016)
- Best Business Votes 2016 – Lists legislators according to their support for business positions. (10/21/2016)
- 2016 Major Victories – How CalChamber advocacy in 2016 helped employers.
Advocacy Return on Investment
- 2016 Advocacy Return on Investment – 2016 Sample Return on Investment for CalChamber Members.
- Legislative Pictorial Roster – Photos of constitutional/statewide officers and state legislators.
- Guidelines for Political Communications to Employees
- Legislative Guide – How to convey your message to your legislator.
For more than 125 years, CalChamber has worked to make California a better place to live, work, and do business by giving private sector employers a voice in state politics and providing a full range of California-specific products and services.