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Contact person

Grace Tayama

+1 619-544-1384
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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 5 pm

    Saturday Closed

    Sunday Closed

  • Website sdchamber.org
  • Founded in1870
  • Presidents nameJerry Sanders
  • Ribbon cuttings in last year125+
  • Has members2500+
  • Employees it represents10000+
  • Last year events250+
  • Approximate attendees4000+

Chamber Serves In

City of San Diego

Focus Area of the Chamber

Cost-effectively Reduce GHG Emissions, Recycle More Water, Connect Education and Business, Increase Housing Supply, Improve Health Outcomes and Reduce the Cost of Care, Support Veterans, Support and Empower Small Business

About San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce

San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is a leading membership-driven regional chamber located in San Diego, California. It has members all across City of San Diego. It was founded in 1870 and is a registered member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce’s mission statement broadly covers and conveys - San Antonio Chamber of Commerce is to be an advocate for all of our members and the business community in building and sustaining a diverse and prosperous economy.

Working as a San Diego’s small business community, the Chamber has created strategic partnerships within the local business network, which has resulted in a mutually beneficial relationship.

San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is committed to focus on Cost-effectively Reduce GHG Emissions, Recycle More Water, Connect Education and Business, Increase Housing Supply, Improve Health Outcomes and Reduce the Cost of Care, Support Veterans, Support and Empower Small Business. It leverages the expertise of local government, city council members and community representatives to develop pro-business initiatives. For strengthening, referring and connecting local businesses, the organization also works with Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs).

The organization helps small businesses in getting name in online membership directory, access to exclusive resources, valuable partnership opportunities through business - event tie ups, SEO benefits with website citation, portraying yourself as a local expert in your business type, marketing and sponsorship opportunities through digital as well as physical mailers, improving your business visibility, developing business network, influencing government by becoming a voice of business, free chamber newsletter with offers and other local businesses information, getting more customer referrals, providing legislative services, directing access to chamber events and programs, free publicity with local business promotional guides, members-only discounts and services, business advocacy for your business, added promotion through chambers social media, relocation and expansion support, providing market information, engaging with like-minded peers, member directory listing, providing group health, opportunity to be listed in the chamber of commerce visitor guide, promoting broader pro-business initiatives, new member mentoring program, exclusive mailing list access.

The Chamber has many benefits, services and discounts that it offers to its membership holders. Some of the benefits include small business administration, creating a business plan and building entrepreneurial skills, setting up business expansion strategies, buying a business or franchise, small business loans and commercial finance, building a successful social entrepreneurship, improving marketing strategies, recruitment and finding right candidate, understanding international trade commission, getting affordable small business insurance, finding federal government contracting opportunities, developing HR policies and human resource management, managing business finances, buying and leasing business equipment’s, business relocating or expanding to new locations help, import and export assistance, technical assistance training, starting and growing new business, getting help in state and federal online business registration, applying and getting permit and vendor license 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 Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Events, Business After Five Event, Cross-Border Business Forum, San Diego Visionary Awards.

San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Bank of America, Blue Shield of California, Cox Communications, ESET Internet Security, Jack In The Box for the economic development and growth of greater San Diego, California.

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