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.

Chamber accomplishes this by focusing on the following areas:






  • 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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Transportation Reauthorization

Transportation infrastructure investment is critical to Los Angelesís long-term economic competitiveness. The looming expiration of MAP-21 and the projected deficit for the HTF is jeopardizing our national and regional economies and is leading to the continued deterioration of our nationís infrastructure. Without a sustainable source of funding, the HTFís deep deficit will persist and will require major cuts in federal highway and transit funding. Thatís why on behalf of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce and our more than 1,650 members that collectively employ more than 650,000 people throughout the region, we are actively advocating for a well-funded, long-term, surface transportation authorization bill -- and that will ensure a 21st century transportation network.

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Transportation & Goods Movement
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Land Use, Construction & Housing
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Member Spotlight

Cal State L.A. brings higher education to the heart of downtown L.A.

Chamber member Cal State L.A. celebrated another milestone in its mission to bring affordable, quality postsecondary education to L.A last week, with the grand opening of its Downtown L.A. campus. The event featured elected officials including County Supervisor Hilda Solis, Assemblymembers Ed Chau and Jimmy Gomez, and Councilmember Jose Huizar. University President and Chamber Board Member William Covino did the official ribbon cutting. "We must be as innovative and dynamic in our approach to education in the city we call home. It's our responsibility to do more. That's why we're here," said President Covino. The 21,000-square-feet, state-of-the-art facility is located at West 8th Street and South Grand Avenue. The site will offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, including an MBA program for working professionals. LEARN MORE.

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What's Happening Now

L.A. Area Chamber Announces New Director of Bixel Exchange Startup Development Program

September 20, 2016

The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce today welcomed Kat Yalung as the new director of Bixel Exchange’s Startup Development Program – a Small Business Development Center (SBDC) partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Bixel Exchange is the Chamber’s emerging technology center. In this role, Yalung will lead the development and implementation of Bixel Exchange’s core business advisory services, helping foster more than 200 tech startups each year.


In The News

Build Better LA Takes Some Heat from Ö Surprise Ö Unions

HERE’S WHAT I KNOW--Affordable housing is a big issue in LA. November’s jam-packed ballot will include an affordable housing measure, Build Better LA, backed by labor unions and community groups. If passed, the measure would place affordable housing requirements on developers who seek approval for projects larger than city rules allow. 


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