Our memberships in local Chambers of Commerce help us to keep current with local events and business conditions, as well as allow us to communicate efficiently with all member businesses. Thus, we maintain an active relationship and participate in collaborative efforts of the organizations.
The Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce is the principal business, civic and economic development agency for the Rensselaer Gateway communities. Founded in 1900, the Chamber represents more than 1,200 diverse businesses and community organizations employing nearly 47,000 professionals. The Chamber serves all its members — from sole proprietors to corporations with thousands of people — with programs and services designed to inform, educate and assist them in reaching their full business potential.
The Chamber is made up of 2,400 businesses and organizations of all types and sizes and from throughout the region that know they will prosper and grow in a vibrant business environment.
Our strength lies in our ability to attract many diverse members, creating a valuable pool of resources from which member companies draw ideas and energy to improve their businesses.
The Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber is committed to the economic vitality of the region and actively works with other Chambers, development groups and federal, state and local governments to ensure the continued growth and viability of Tech Valley.
The Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber is not a civic club, charitable organization or department of government, but a private, not-for-profit, tax-paying organization.
The Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce, a membership-based organization with over 3,000 members, works to improve the quality of life for Saratoga County residents and helps member businesses and organizations prosper. Founded in 1918, the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce has been recognized by the US Chamber of Commerce as one of the most innovative and effective Chambers in the nation.
The Ulster Chamber is the largest business-advocacy organization in Ulster County, supported by an active and involved business community, with a membership of 1,300.
We are a private business membership organization which includes both small and large businesses, as well as sole proprietors.
The Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce is not a government agency but we work effectively with our local, state and federal elected representatives to promote business development and expansion and advocate for legislation that will benefit our members.