About The Austin Chamber of Commerce

The Austin Chamber of Commerce is a private, membership-driven organization comprising more than 3,000 business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions, and individuals. Its mission is to provide leadership that facilitates the creation of a prosperous regional economy and effective advocacy for its members.

Investing in the Austin community through Chamber membership supports a program of work that includes economic development, education and talent development, public policy, transportation and infrastructure, and technology, as well as business attraction, retention, and expansion.

The Chamber also provides unique opportunities for our business leaders to influence civic, social, and business initiatives that support community growth. We’re focused on keeping the Greater Austin region attractive and prosperous by addressing our most pressing challenges – infrastructure and talent development, for example – so businesses and communities of all sizes can flourish.

We tackle the biggest issues facing business, so our members can focus on doing business. To learn more about the benefits of Chamber membership and how your investment will positively impact the entire region, please click here.

 

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The Census Bureau reports that 40.5% of Austin area residents age 25 and over hold a bachelor’s degree, well over the national average of 29.1% in 2012.

 [Austin is] a dynamic and forward-looking city and we look forward to helping build on the already thriving ecosystem of designers, technologists, and entrepreneurs by providing our educational programs to the community.
Adam Pritzker, Co-Founder of General Assembly