The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) provides an effective voice for a diverse, innovation-driven economy to ensure business success.
Its active membership includes small, medium, and large organizations representing a wide range of businesses and industries. Through effective advocacy, programs and events, MCCC helps its members succeed in business.
A non-partisan independent 501(c)(6), the Chamber is not affiliated with any national, state, local chamber or other organization. [Read MCCC and Chambers of Commerce Myth Busting ]
Guided by its Board of Directors, MCCC empowers its members to succeed by offering a broad array of business development opportunities. The MCCC GovConNet program offers government contractors a full spectrum of education, training, and networking forums to connect them to procurement & teaming opportunities and to Federal agencies.
MCCC is an effective advocate to Federal, state and local officials for a prosperous business environment and expands member knowledge of the government contracting market. Our popular Member Meetings offer members insight, input and engagement in key areas that shape businesses and the economy, notably Economic Development, GovConNet, Infrastructure & Land Use, Legislative Affairs and Small Business. Each monthly meeting provides members with access to expert guest speakers on a range of topics.
Our popular annual signature Chamber events - Public Safety Awards Luncheon, Annual Dinner, Business Awards Dinner and the GovConNet Procurement Conference - consistently attract over 800 business leaders and elected officials, providing tremendous networking and sponsorship opportunities.
Monthly MCCC Orientations take place in the MCCC Boardroom and are designed for members and prospects to learn the benefits of membership, meet our staff and learn about Chamber advocacy, Member Meetings, programs and events.
Together, these initiatives have one thing in common: to facilitate MCCC member success.
We are proud to be a Montgomery County Green Certified Business.
As a 501(c)6 organization, donations to MCCC are not tax deductible.