Florida has a large network of Chambers of Commerce that support businesses and promote economic growth in their respective regions. Chambers of Commerce serve as advocacy organizations, business networking platforms, and sources of information and resources for local businesses.
Florida Chamber of Commerce
The Florida Chamber of Commerce is the state’s leading business advocacy organization. It represents the interests of Florida businesses at the state level, advocating for pro-business policies, economic development, and a competitive business environment.
Local Chambers of Commerce
Florida has numerous local Chambers of Commerce spread across cities, counties, and regions. These chambers are membership-based organizations that work to promote and support businesses within their specific areas.
Regional Chambers of Commerce
Regional chambers collaborate with local chambers, businesses, and community organizations to drive economic development and advocate for the interests of their respective regions.
Minority and Ethnic Chambers
Florida is known for its diverse population, and several Chambers of Commerce cater specifically to minority and ethnic business owners and communities.
- Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando
- Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida
- African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida
Industry-specific Chambers of Commerce focus on promoting and supporting businesses within a specific sector, such as technology, healthcare, real estate, tourism, and agriculture.
- Florida High Tech Corridor Council
- Florida Realtors
- Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association
Florida’s strategic location and global connectivity have led to the establishment of international Chambers of Commerce that facilitate trade and business connections between Florida and other countries.
- British-American Chamber of Commerce
- Florida-Canada Chamber of Commerce
- German American Business Chamber of South Florida