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The following questions are commonly asked about chambers of commerce:

What do chambers of commerce do for businesses?
Chambers of commerce are local organizations usually run by a group of businessmen who seek to advocate on behalf of business interests. They work with the local government and political groups to ensure that business interests are being met within the community. Chambers of commerce seek to pass laws that affect the taxes businesses must pay, as well as assist new businesses in preparing and filing paperwork with the local and federal government.

Do chambers of commerce only operate at the local level?
No. Of course, many business owners are likely familiar with their local chamber of commerce because they are either members of the group or have used their services for their own business. Besides the local group, there are also statewide chambers of commerce who seek to advance the needs of businesses statewide. Their concern focuses more on a cohesive economic strategy for an entire state rather than for a city or town. There is even a nationwide chamber of commerce who advocates with the federal government on behalf of businesses.

How are chambers of commerce organized?
Members of a chamber of commerce are all business owners, or investors with stakes in a local business. The hierarchy of chambers of commerce is based on a corporate model, with the members electing a governing board of directors to run the organization. The board of directors then hires a president or CEO to run the organization, while it is the board of directors themselves who set the policy.

 
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Queens Chamber of Commerce
7520 Astoria Blvd Ste 140, East Elmhurst, NY 11370
(718) 898-8500
East Harlem Chamber of Commerce
217 E 116th St, New York, NY 10029
(212) 996-2288
Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry In USA Inc
460 Park Ave Rm 410, New York, NY 10022
(212) 644-0140
Brazilian Amer Chamber of Commerce Inc
509 Madison Ave Rm 304, New York, NY 10022
(212) 751-4691
North American-Chilean Chamber of Commerce
866 United Nations Plz, New York, NY 10017
(212) 317-1959
Northeast US Arab Chamber of Commerce
420 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10170
(212) 986-8024
Norweign America Chamber of Commerce
200 E 42nd St, New York, NY 10017
(212) 421-1655
Bahl Group The
245 Park Ave, New York, NY 10167
(212) 672-1632
American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce
317 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10017
(212) 687-4505
The Swedish American Chamber of Commerce
570 Lexington Ave Rm 2001, New York, NY 10022
(212) 838-5530
Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce
780 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10017
(212) 629-6380
Allied African Nations Chamber of Commerce
575 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10022
(212) 937-8461
Luxembourg American Chambers of Commerce
17 Beekman Pl, New York, NY 10022
(212) 888-6701
Polish Amer Chamber of Commerce Inc
862 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
(718) 389-7756
Japanese Chamber of Commerce
145 W 57th St, New York, NY 10019
(212) 247-7168


Chambers of commerce are organizations that help consumers find the information they need, whether for business, legal, personal or social endeavors. They are a great resource for local small businesses as well. Chambers of commerce can tell you the best place to have a wedding, casinos and hotels in the area, visitor events, trade associations, workforce reform meetings, small business advocacy meetings, tourist and trade associations, preparation and development, and grassroots efforts. Chambers of commerce are especially useful to people from out of town who don't know the local landscape well. Chambers of commerce can also help you network with peers. There are also many chambers out there that can provide resources for your needs. Chambers of commerce can provide federation and legal guidelines, advocacy, small business information, surveys, and member information. You can search chambers of commerce online through Internet directory listings. There are thousands of chambers to browse, to help you learn about local visitor events, small business organizations in the area, advocacy groups, and federation and legal information. Online, you can search your local chamber of commerce for wedding chapels, fireworks schedules, meetings, facilities information and more. Chambers of commerce can also lend credibility to your business, so it's worth your time and money to look into them. When considering which chamber of commerce to check out, inquire about website information and services offered, such as grassroots initiatives, tourist and trade groups, visitor events, weddings, small business groups, workforce reform groups, or preparation and development. Inquire about membership dues, location and meetings as well.
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