US Chamber of Commerce
The Colorado Chamber is the official state affiliate and a member of the US Chamber of Commerce, as are many of our members and local chambers throughout the state. We work closely with the US Chamber on federal issues that are important to Colorado’s business community.
National Association of Manufacturing
Manufacturing builds America. For decades, the nation’s top leaders have recognized the power of a strong manufacturing sector on our economy and our communities.
The Colorado Chamber is the state affiliate for the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and many members are also members of NAM based on common goals. We are a strong advocate for growing and maintaining the manufacturing industry in Colorado – a vital sector of the state’s economy – and, thus, created the Colorado Manufacturing Initiative (CMI) in 2011. CMI works to foster communication and collaboration between manufacturers and the broader business community and promotes actions and policies which create a friendly manufacturing environment in Colorado. To accomplish these objectives, CMI works closely with NAM on programs, policies and ideas to advance this industry in our state.
The Colorado Chamber has a long history in the Colorado manufacturing community. In 1965, The Colorado Chamber was formed by the merger of the then State Chamber of Commerce and the State Manufacturer’s Association. Since then, The Colorado Chamber has remained the Colorado affiliate for the National Association of Manufacturers and is proud to count many of Colorado’s prominent manufacturers among its members.
Association for Colorado Chambers of Commerce
The Association for Colorado Chambers of Commerce (ACCC) elevates Colorado chambers of commerce throughout the state and their leaders by providing education, advocacy resources, peer networking and professional development opportunities.
To learn more about the ACCC’s mission, membership and upcoming events please visit the ACCC website: