About The Austin Chamber of Commerce

The Austin Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of 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, technology, as well as business attraction, retention, and expansion.

The Austin Chamber builds its program of work around the three core principles an investment in membership brings: business connection, community impact and economic prosperity.

Connect

The Chamber helps to build a strong community by connecting its members to people and issues important to business success. Through Chamber programming, you and your business are engaged in activities that move Austin toward a successful future.

Impact

The Chamber provides unique opportunities for its business leaders to influence civic, social and business initiatives that support community growth. As the voice of the business community, the Chamber offers leadership on issues that transform our community.

Prosper

On behalf of its broad and diverse membership, the Chamber creates a climate of growth and success that benefits all business. Your membership investment allows your business and our community to prosper.

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We need to be based close to the talent, and provide office locations where people would want to move. In our model, employees can locate to any office. Austin — with its climate, fantastic music and arts scene, top schools, and relatively low cost of living — will be a magnet for talent.
Glenn Bilawsky, CEO, Precision Health Economics

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.