We are Colorado's business leadership
dedicated to economic vitality and quality of life.
For nearly 150 years, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce has been a leading voice for Colorado’s business community.
With a membership that spans the seven-county metro region and includes 3,000 businesses and their 300,000 employees, the Chamber is a powerful and effective advocate for both small and large businesses at the local, state and federal levels.
As business leaders committed to creating a healthy business climate, the Chamber focuses on key issues: a solid multimodal transportation infrastructure; access to quality, affordable health care; and a competitive primary, secondary and higher education system.
The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce is a customer-focused membership organization that strives to:
- Enhance our state’s global competitiveness
- Ensure the highest standards for an improved quality of life
- Collaborate and convene with other community organizations to achieve mutual goals
- Represent our members’ interests in government and legislative issues
- Provide our members value-added benefits
From the late-1800s, when the Chamber played a pivotal role in bringing the railroad to Denver, to the vision for DIA a century later, and, most recently, the successful passage of FasTracks and Referendum C, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce has played a critical and visible role in the development and economic success of the metro region and Colorado as a whole. That legacy continues today as the organization serves as Colorado’s business leadership. View the Chamber's history from 1864 to 2017: The architects of Colorado's past and future.
Along with its affiliates, the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation, the Denver Metro Small Business Development Center and the Colorado Competitive Council, the Chamber plays a vital role in defining the current and future economic landscape of the state.