2020 Census Is Coming – How it Affects Businesses

By Metro Chamber|February 19, 2020

In mid-March, households throughout the Sacramento County region will receive a letter with instructions on how to complete the 2020 Census. That’s important news for everyone who has a stake in the local economy. Census information plays an essential role in commerce. Companies use it to locate factories, warehouses, and…

Networking + Volunteer Opportunity: SacIEDC Business Walks

By Metro Chamber|February 12, 2020

CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS! The Sacramento Inclusive Economic Development Collaborative (SacIEDC), in partnership with the Sacramento Metro Chamber, is hosting two business walks this month. Interested in volunteering? Please contact Laurie Eaton at leaton@metrochamber.org. What is a Business Walk (and how can I help)? A Business Walk is a half-day event where…

5 Reasons to Attend Cap-to-Cap

By Metro Chamber|January 22, 2020

The Metro Chamber’s Capitol-to-Capitol program represents the largest and longest-standing delegation of its kind. That last part is worth repeating: the largest and longest-standing delegation of its kind. That fact, in and of itself, is amazing and reason enough to want to be a part of this incredible experience. However, here…

Amanda Blackwood: 125 Years & Counting

By Metro Chamber|January 8, 2020

The Sacramento Metro Chamber is — and will always be — the voice of business in the Capital Region. For the past 125 years, the Metro Chamber has advocated for and supported the inclusive economic prosperity of our region by leading efforts on behalf of the business community. The Metro Chamber…

Metro Chamber Foundation’s Leadership Sacramento Program Opens Applications for 35th Cohort

By Metro Chamber|September 3, 2019

— Over 1,100 Alumni Have Participated in One of the Region’s Oldest Leadership Development Programs —  Sacramento, Calif.– Today, Leadership Sacramento – a Sacramento Metro Chamber Foundation program, began accepting applications for the 35thcohort of its annual leadership development program. Founded in 1985, Leadership Sacramento is an interactive, year-long program…

Metro Chamber’s Study Mission to Explore Indianapolis’ Innovative Solutions Addressing Housing, Workforce Development, Mobility and Sports Economy

By Metro Chamber|July 17, 2019

 — Roseville Vice Mayor Krista Bernasconi Joins 21st Annual Program as Honorary Chair — SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (July 17, 2019) – The Sacramento Metro Chamber’s annual immersive, civic improvement travel program Study Mission will head to Indianapolis, Indiana on September 10-13 with over 100 regional business and community leaders, as well as elected officials.…

Metro Chamber Brings Over 325 Delegates to Washington, D.C. as Advocates for California’s Six-County Capital Region

By Metro Chamber|May 6, 2019

 — 49thCap-to-Cap Program Linking Leaders From Northern California With Federal Policymakers — — Priority Policy Issues Address Strong Business, Ready Workforce, Vibrant Community and Connected Region — — Featured Speakers Include Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Amy Walters, and Col. Todd R. Stratton — SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (May 6, 2019) – The 49th annual…

Communications and Messaging Strategist Joins Metro Chamber Executive Team

By Metro Chamber|March 18, 2019

John Jacobs elevates leadership team with proven success in messaging, public affairs and building audiences.  SACRAMENTO, Calif. (March 18, 2019) –The Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce (Metro Chamber) announced the hiring of John Jacobs to the position of vice president, marketing and communications. Jacobs joins the executive leadership team to…

Department of Sound Sacramento to Receive 9th Annual Inspire Giving Grant

By Metro Chamber|March 7, 2019

                Sacramento, Calif. – Today, the Sacramento Metro Chamber Foundation named Department of Sound Sacramento as the grant recipient for its 9th annual Inspire Giving program. Co-founded by John Hamilton, a native Sacramentan and New York based music producer/DJ, and Tyler Garnett, a…