The activities of a chamber of commerce can vary, so sometimes visitors contact us about a program, service or question that is covered by another San Gabriel organization. Below is a list of the most common questions we receive, along with contact information for other San Gabriel resources.
What is a Chamber of Commerce?
A Chamber of Commerce is a business membership organization. Goals of a chamber: Improve the business climate in a community, typically through advocacy, networking, and business development programs.
Why Should I Join the San Gabriel Chamber of Commerce?
Companies join a chamber of commerce to increase their organization’s visibility and invest in the future of their business community.
There are more than 3,000 chambers of commerce operating at the local, regional, state and national level through the United States. Each of these organizations is incorporated and operated separately, rather than as a chapter or franchise of some larger network of organizations. While the San Gabriel Chamber may partner with local chambers throughout the area on various issues, and may maintain membership in the State and U.S. Chamber, the San Gabriel Chamber is not tied to or a subsidiary of any of those organizations. Any connection the San Gabriel Chamber has to other chambers is one of voluntary affiliation or membership, and does not extend to control or governance.
Where Can I Find Economic Data and Industry Demographics For San Gabriel?
Please contact the City of San Gabriel, Community and Economic Development (626) 308-2826 extension 222.
I Plan On Starting A Business In San Gabriel – How Do I Get Started?
Please contact the San Gabriel Chamber (626) 576-2525 for assistance.