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  • Opening Hours

    Monday 8 am to 5 pm

    Tuesday 8 am to 5 pm

    Wednesday 8 am to 5 pm

    Thursday 8 am to 5 pm

    Friday 8 am to 4 pm

    Saturday Closed

    Sunday Closed

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  • Presidents nameChris Clark
  • Ribbon cuttings in last year81+
  • Has members40000+
  • Employees it represents200000+
  • Last year events150+
  • Approximate attendees4000+

Chamber Serves In

Georgia State

Focus Area of the Chamber

Small Businesses, Business Climate, Energy & Sustainability, Tourism, International Business

About Georgia Chamber of Commerce

Georgia Chamber of Commerce is a leading state chamber located in Atlanta. It connects Georgia’s family of chambers into a “chamber of chambers” that promotes state business climate by sharing information and collaborating on business events, training and advocacy. Georgia Chamber of Commerce is much different from local and regional chambers of commerce, as it work on state level as well as federal level issues impacting the business community. It is a registered member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Georgia Chamber of Commerce’s mission statement broadly covers and conveys - The organization focused on the statewide issues that impact Georgia’s entire business community.

Georgia Chamber of Commerce is the unified voice of Georgia’s business and premier advocacy organization in the state. The organization helps local and regional chambers with lobbying for pro-business initiatives. It promotes statewide economic growth, and globally competitive workforce. Staff lobbyists make sure that laws and regulations will promote an economic climate that will allow companies to thrive, grow, and provide jobs.

Georgia Chamber of Commerce is committed to focus on Small Businesses, Business Climate, Energy & Sustainability, Tourism, International Business. It leverages the expertise of state government and work with their Governor, state representatives, state senators, US congressional leaders and US Senators with representing the entire business community to enhance and advocate for a better business environment. For strengthening, referring and connecting state level businesses, the organization also works with Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs).

The association helps in providing local counterparts with extensive background and adaptable sample documents. Giving access to a Policy Clearinghouse which enables member chambers to share knowledge internally about state and local public policy issues and strategies being employed in various regions to deal with those issues. Assisting with professional training, arranging conferences and meetings held throughout the year which provides information as well opportunities for exchanging ideas, networking with fellow chamber executives, staff and volunteer board members. Providing access to technical assistance and resources on a variety of topics including operational issues, board management, career development, governance, fundraising and others. Committee members provide valuable guidance and share ideas with each other to continually improve and grow their chambers and each other as professionals.

The business network has many benefits, services that it offers to its subordinates and membership holders. Some of the benefits include strengthening states critical infrastructure (roads, water, telecommunications and energy), increasing productivity through an educated and highly-skilled, promoting the positive impact of a successful business community, providing legislative services to chamber and its members, networking opportunities with other business leaders who share concerns about policy issues that affect their companies, monitoring regulations according to what’s best for business, providing market information, making sure that business pays no more than its fair share of taxes, communicating business concerns statewide to the news media, local chambers of commerce, trade associations and local government officials, promoting broader pro-business initiatives and many more.

The trade union has a wide variety of events from monthly networking mixers to annual luncheons to build and enhance member businesses. It offers engaging events such as Congressional Luncheon, D.C. Fly-In, Grand Gavel Reception, Chamber’s annual Eggs & Issues breakfast convenes, Spring Board Meeting, Fall GAC Meeting.

Georgia Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Leadership Georgia, Georgia Partnership For Excellence In Education, Georgia Workers’ Compensation Association, Georgia Corporation For Economic Development, Georgia Foreign-trade Zone, Georgia Transportation Alliance(GTA) for the economic development and growth of Georgia.

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