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U.S. Chamber of Commerce

  • A prominent pro-business lobbying organization, with advocacy covering a wide range of topics
  • Represents businesses of all sizes
  • Conducts research and programs


One of the most prominent business lobbying entities in the United States, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce works to promote a pro-business agenda before the federal government on issues such as regulations, laws, and workforce policies. The organization represents businesses of all sizes, including industry associations and local chambers of commerce.

Who’s it for?

Entrepreneurs and business owners who have an interest in federal issues that affect businesses.


The Chamber’s mission is to advance human progress through an economic, political and social system based on individual freedom, incentive, initiative, opportunity and responsibility.

Resources & Services


The U.S. Chamber of Commerce releases an annual set of policy priorities and maintains a staff of program leaders and issues experts to address them. The Chamber covers a wide spectrum of topics, including climate change and environmental issues, financial regulation, energy, federal contracting, health care, and taxes.


Numerous programs are hosted through the Chamber, addressing topics such as economic policy, employment, innovation, and technology. A Small Business Council is specifically charged with addressing issues that affect small businesses.


Chamber research addresses issues such as cybersecurity, race and inequality, and commercial construction. The Small Business Index is a quarterly report on small business matters.

Member Benefits

Members of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce receive access to various programs and content, as well as FedEx and MetLife discounts. Higher tier memberships enjoy benefits such as access to studies and reports as well as the ability to serve on the Chamber’s committees, councils, and task forces.


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