Local Chambers Lookup
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* Lists include only local chambers of commerce that are CalChamber members.
Local Chamber Connections
Working together, the CalChamber and local chambers of commerce are a solid force as advocates for business-friendly policies and helping California businesses comply with complex laws and regulations.
To take advantage of a CalChamber partnership, contact Jennifer Johnson.
The President’s Circle Award recognizes local chambers of commerce for excellence in business advocacy and helping their members comply with California employment laws.
The Small Business Advocate of the Year honorees are nominated by their local chamber of commerce executive or chairman of the board.
Resale Program for Member Local Chambers
The Local Chambers Resale Program provides opportunities for member local chambers to generate revenue and provide resources for their members.
Local Chamber Affiliate Program
CalChamber sells low-cost, online sexual harassment prevention courses. With our affiliate program, you can help your members satisfy the new legal requirement while earning 20% of the proceeds for your local chamber.
Local Chamber Services Department
The staff of the CalChamber Local Chamber Services Department has more than 50 years of combined experience in the industry, offering chamber executives a resource they can call to get information on a wide variety of local chamber management issues.
The CalChamber also manages a professional development association geared to helping local chamber executives excel and take their chambers to a high level of excellence and relevancy. This association, separate from the CalChamber, is the Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.).
National & International Chambers
Is Your Chamber “Closing the Loop?”
Western Association of Chamber Executives (WACE) President Dave Kilby explains how, in order to excel as the voice of business, it’s important for chambers of commerce to report how their elected official voted on key business issues.