As the leading voice for business in the Capital Region since 1895,
we advocate at the local, state and federal level for the environment that business needs to succeed.
Each year, the Metro Chamber organizes advocacy programs that focus directly on improving the business and economic climate and the livelihood of the Capital Region.
The Capitol-to-Capitol (Cap-to-Cap) program originated 50 years ago and has since brought participants from all six-counties to Washington, D.C. to meet with our federal representatives in Congress and Administration and agency officials on regional topics that improve our economic livelihood.
The region’s longest-standing federal advocacy program returns once again this spring — April 25-29, 2020. The Metro Chamber will lead a delegation of nearly 400 business leaders, elected officials, and community champions to Washington, D.C. for the 50th annual Capitol-to-Capitol – the largest chamber-led advocacy travel program of its kind in the nation.
This year’s program will continue the strong tradition of advocating for critical resources and support for the Capital Region, as well as recognizing the accomplishments of 50 years of federal advocacy. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet with your elected officials about the issues and ideas you and your business care about.
The Metro Chamber at the local, state and federal levels that advocates for policies and endorse candidates that support the growth of a ready and skilled workforce and strong business environment. We play an active role leading economic development policies to protect your right to do business, improve business conditions and grow your business. Our efforts amplify the voices of our Members and speak collectively on behalf of the largest business community in Northern California.
With over 125 years of experience as the voice of business for the Capital Region, the Metro Chamber is the epicenter of regional business advocacy and progress. Based on feedback from our Business Community, the Metro Chamber will launch an aggressive platform in 2020 to address the issues that are affecting you the most – from housing to homelessness, advanced mobility and workforce gaps. We are committed to driving real change that you can feel.
With a new advocacy platform for 2020, the Metro Chamber is launching a new, streamlined committee structure directly linked to our 4-Point Business Promise. Members will have new opportunities to learn from guest speakers, discuss the topics that are driving policy change, connected with elected officials, build strong business relationships and more – a truly unique Metro Chamber experience.
We’re calling on you to bring your expertise and insight to our new teams. Please consider joining one of the committees below. Email Jazmine Alop with your committee preference.
We help drive policy in every area critical to economic growth by playing a leading role in partnerships with other advocacy groups, trade organizations, and area chambers and through collaboration with public agencies, county offices, and our local colleges and universities.
Our well-established relationships with the community and business leaders enhance and strengthen our members’ ability to succeed and drive job growth.