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Welcome to the Mesa Chamber of Commerce

With a rich history of more than 130 years, the Mesa Chamber of Commerce has remained committed in bringing top-of-the-line networking opportunities to the community. Existing to improve, promote, and advocate for businesses in Mesa, the Chamber offers a wide variety of programs and events throughout the year to ensure local success.

The Chamber's Vision

The Mesa Chamber of Commerce is the recognized resource and celebrated leader for the Mesa business community.

The Chamber's Mission

The Mesa Chamber of Commerce exists to Improve, Promote and Advocate for businesses in Mesa.

Welcome to the Mesa Chamber!

Member News

Chamber Events

Highlights

Belong


Find a place to belong with a variety of networking events at any time of day and for any type of business.

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Engage


Engage with a cause that resonates with your business by becoming involved in one of our Chamber committees.

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Prosper


Generate leads and grow your business with our industry specific Business Referral Groups.

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Influence


Become a leader and influence the Mesa business community with advertising opportunities throughout the Chamber.

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The Mesa Chamber Blog

City of Mesa Workforce Survey

The business environment has changed dramatically in the last 18-24 months and every employer is feeling challenged particularly around workforce. The City of Mesa Office of Economic Development wants to help. First, we ask that if you are a Mesa employer, you take a moment to answer our Talent Recruitment Survey. This survey is intended…

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U.S. Chamber Statement on the American Innovation and Choice Online Act

U.S. Chamber of Commerce executive vice president and chief policy officer Neil Bradley issued the following statement today in advance of tomorrow’s scheduled markup in the Senate Judiciary Committee of S.2992, the “American Innovation and Choice Online Act”: Read the complete statement here.

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Supreme Court Vaccine Mandate Ruling

Last week the Supreme Court of the United States upheld a lower court ruling that prohibits a Biden Administration directive that requires businesses to mandate their employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The employer mandate would have required workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus or to wear masks and be tested weekly. A copy…

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The Mesa Chamber Member Extension Blog

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