Our Impact is Deep, Sustained,

and Transformative


Our significant impact reflects our dedication and commitment to our region’s successful future. Our impact is seen and lived in the business leaders of today and tomorrow.

Our Impact By the Numbers


Event Attendees in the Last Year


Chamber Leadership Program Graduates


Policy Testimony and Letters Sent to Legislatures

Elevating Leaders to Transform Greater Boston

“Work within the education sector intersects with that of so many others. Because of our membership with the Chamber, our team is able to connect with and learn from members of so many diverse industries in the Boston area which really puts a rocket booster on our work.”

Elizabeth Micci
Vice President, Program, Citizen Schools

“Being a member of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce is an such an extraordinary experience. Not only has it enriched our business through valuable connections and insights, but it has also allowed us to give back to the city and region we love so much.”

Richard Gould
Co-Founder / Principal, Oak & Argyle

“As an organization committed to providing the best care and up-to-date information for our members and residents, the GBCC Government Affairs Forums have been invaluable events to attend for substantive updates, networking, and discussion with key state and local policy leaders.”

Brian Doherty
President and CEO, Massachusetts Assisted Living Association

“My favorite part of being a Chamber member is being greeted by the Chamber staff. They make sure everyone has a positive experience and has helped me to grow as an individual and business.”

Jennifer L. Alukonis
Owner, JLA Poetry

The Latest Chamber Actions

Chamber Achieves Goal of Board Gender Parity Two Years Before Deadline

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Major Provisions of MA’s Historic Tax Relief Legislation

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Chamber Testifies on Data Privacy Legislation

We encourage committee members to prioritize the state’s competitiveness and ability to support an important and dynamic technology ecosystem.

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