About the LA Chamber

The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce champions economic prosperity and quality of life for the Los Angeles region by being the voice of business, promoting collaboration and helping members grow.




  • The interests of more than 235,000 businesses in L.A. County
  • More than 1,650 members
  • More than 650,000 employees
  • Small, medium and large-sized companies
  • Businesses from more than 35 industry sectors
  • More than 40,000 direct referrals to member companies
  • 120 plus business and professional development programs
  • More than 25 advocacy and signature events
  • Nearly 100 graduates participating in our civic leadership programs
  • More than 10,000 job opportunities and internships for L.A. youth


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Public Policy

Protecting infrastructure dollars

This past spring, the state legislature passed SB 1, which raises $5.2 billion annually to invest in maintaining and rebuilding our crumbling roads, bridges and highways. There is an effort underway to place an initiative on the ballot in 2018 to repeal provisions of SB 1, which would hurt California’s ability to address tens of billions of dollars in deferred maintenance. Investing in our infrastructure means safer roads for California drivers and tens of thousands of good paying jobs fixing our roads. The Chamber will be working to defend these dollars and highlight specific projects that benefit communities across our region.

Education Excellence & Talent Development
Energy, Water & Environmental Sustainability
Transportation & Goods Movement
Innovation & Technology
Global Trade and Foreign Investment
Health Care
Land Use, Construction & Housing
Small Business

Member Spotlight

Los Angeles Football Club reaches key milestone before opening

This week, Chamber member Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) announced they have sold out of Full Season Memberships for the Club's inaugural season. "The passion and enthusiasm of our supporters has truly been special. Together with our community, we continue to make soccer history in the hear of L.A.," said LAFC Owner and President Tom Penn. 17,500 Full Season Memberships were sold for the 22,500-seat Banc of California Stadium, set to open April 29. A limited amount of 5-Match Partial Plans and Group tickets are still available for purchase. LEARN MORE.


What's Happening Now

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti joins L.A. Area Chamber and more than 800 business leaders for kick off of 92nd annual World Trade Week celebration

May 4, 2018

Today, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined GE Transportation’s Laurie Tolson, U.S. Customs & Border Control Commissioner Kevin McAleenan and more than 800 business executives and members of the diplomatic corps to kick off the 92nd Annual World Trade Week (WTW) at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown Hotel. The WTW celebration in L.A. is the largest of its kind in the country.


In The News

California business leaders call on Congress to pass Dreamer legislation

A bipartisan coalition of California business leaders said Tuesday that hundreds of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars are at stake if Congress fails to pass legislation salvaging DACA, the program that has let hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants stay in the U.S.


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