About The Chamber
What is the Chamber?Since 1905, the Columbia Chamber of Commerce has been a voluntary, member-supported organization of business, industrial and professional people who are dedicated to developing, promoting and maintaining a sound and healthy economic climate for Columbia. The Chamber is a non-profit organization with over 1,100 members working together to enhance the Columbia business community.
Who Joins the Chamber?Members include businesses of all sizes, from one-person shops to large corporations. Approximately 80% of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce members are smaller businesses with fewer than 20 employees.
What's In It for Me?
When you join the Columbia Chamber of Commerce, you are investing in Columbia's future. Through the Chamber, you can broaden your business contacts and referrals, enhance your leadership and professional skills and participate in projects that make a difference in Columbia. To learn more about the Chamber of Commerce and what it can do for you and your business, click here.
- Business Plan: The Chamber's Business Plan outlines the structure of the divisions and committees of the Chamber and identifies the purpose statements, goals and benefit statements of each one.
- Strategic Plan: The Chamber's Strategic Plan outlines the strategic issues identified by the Board of Directors, the goals set by the Chamber to address these issues and the objectives that will be implemented to reach these goals.