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Chambers of Commerce

One of the oldest forms of business networking is the chamber of commerce. The concept dates back to the 16th century. In Central Indiana, we have a Chamber of Commerce for just about every metro area, as well as for some special interest groups:

Greater Indianapolis Chamber Of Commerce

Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce provides many valuable resources and benefits to help your business succeed, including: savings, visibility, advocacy and information. For a list of networking and educational events check: indychamber.com

Indianapolis Rainbow Chamber of Commerce

“The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Allied (GLBTA) communities of Indianapolis and surrounding areas are integral to the cultural and economic base of the city. Because the health of GLBTA business organizations is essential to the health of the city’s economy as a whole, a voice is required to serve and promote our interest in the city’s economic and cultural development. The Indy Rainbow Chamber is dedicated to providing this voice.” More at http://www.gayindy.org/

Indiana State Chamber of Commerce

Originally founded in 1897 and formally incorporated in 1922, the state-wide Indiana Chamber acts as a lobbying organization, runs employee training conferences, offers regulatory compliance publications, and does business research. They have over 26,000 members. Visit the, at indianachamber.com.

OneZone – A Hamilton County Carmel-Fishers Chamber

In 2015, the Carmel Chamber of Commerce and the Fishers Chamber of Commerce decided to merge. These two cities share more than a border: both are key suburbs of Indianapolis have together they have 1,300 members. Check them out at onezoneCommerce.com.

Noblesville Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1935, the chamber has around 450 members. Ongoing programs include networking events, seminars and workshops, legislative events, candidates’ forums, business after hours and other events. If you care about economic growth and quality of life for all who live and work in Noblesville, visit them at noblesvillechamber.com

Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization providing services in support of our membership, the Lawrence area and surrounding communities. All of these services help create personal growth for individuals and organizations by improving the quality of life in the Lawrence Area. Their website http://www.lawrencechamberofcommerce.org/

Avon Chamber of Commerce

Serving the community of Avon just west of Indianapolis, the Avon Chamber hosts regular member events and offers a variety of benefits and partnership services. Drop by their offices or see them online at avonchamber.org

Greater Beech Grove Chamber of Commerce

Just southeast of downtown, the community of Beech Grove is served by the Greater Beech Grove Chamber of Commerce. In addition to their many services for members, they boast a 94% retention rate as well as their online Virtual Academy. They have a website at beechgrovechamber.org.

Zionsville Chamber of Commerce

This small community is known for its historic charm, brick streets, and period architecture. The fifty-year old Zionsville Chamber of Commerce was founded with the mission of putting Zionsville on the map. Visit the town in person, and check out their website at zionsvillechamber.org

Westfield Chamber of Commerce

On their website, “The Chamber is not a civic club, charitable organization, or department of the city government. The Chamber is a private, nonprofit, taxpaying corporation. It is composed of business and professional people and other citizens who believe that through united action the community can be materially enhanced and that living conditions can continuously be improved.” Check them out at westfield-chamber.org

Brownsburg Chamber of Commerce

Serving both Brownsburg and Pittsboro, this chamber runs monthly luncheons and offers a variety of special services to members. If you like on the west side of Indianapolis, check them out at brownsburg.com.

Danville Chamber

The Greater Danville Chamber of Commerce was established in 1991 to promote new business and commercial growth and retention and expansion of existing businesses. Today, the Chamber office staff work with the Town of Danville to promote new business, commercial growth and foster the retention and expansion of existing businesses. Visit them at danvillechamber.org

Plainfield Chamber of Commerce

The mission of the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce is to provide services to the membership and promote business, economic development and involvement in the greater Plainfield area. Check them out at plainfield-in.com

Greater Greenwood Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Greenwood Chamber of Commerce is a private, not-for-profit, membership-based business-advocacy organization. We are not a government agency, nor do we receive any public tax funding. Their mission is to maximize members’ business potential by optimizing connections, resources and advocacy efforts. Their website http://www.greenwoodchamber.com/.

Fortville/McCordsville Chamber of Commerce

The communities for Fortville and McCordsville, which are located northeast of Indianapolis, have a combined chamber of commerce. They run monthly luncheons a well as an annual awards program. Their website is fmacoc.com

Last Updated January 2017

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