The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, with more than 2,000 member businesses, is the largest chamber in the greater Fort Worth area. The Fort Worth Chamber has consistently been recognized as one of the nation’s top economic development organizations in the country.
The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce's mission is to promote the interest of its members by assuming a leadership role in making Fort Worth an excellent place in which to live, work and do business.
Since 1882, the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce has had a hand in just about every major business development to occur in the city. From attracting packing companies in the early days to persuading TCU to relocate here, to organizing trade missions to China and Germany in recent years, the Chamber’s reach, support and influence is still a crucial component to our regional success.
The Chamber is a 501(c)6 membership association with more than 2,000 member businesses throughout North Texas (mostly in Tarrant County) and more than 4,500 individuals who participate in events, committees or leadership positions. About 90 percent are small business owners, and about 30 percent are women-owned.
The Chamber’s core business functions are to recruit and to retain business, work with educational institutions to provide a skilled, educated workforce, and to provide resources for our membership of business owners and employees.
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Photos of Chamber officers are available for download.
Andra Bennett, APR
Senior Director of Communications