At the Missouri Chamber, we work hard to protect your rights as a business and ensure your voice is heard by policymakers in the capitol.
Read about our 15-year strategic plan, developed to reposition Missouri as a global economic leader by bolstering the workforce, competitiveness, infrastructure, public safety and overall economic strength.
Our research indicated a strong need to invest in Missouri’s workforce.
We are fostering a competitive business climate to help our economy thrive.
Focusing on our state’s infrastructure is critical to the health of Missouri’s business community.
The business community is working to address rising concerns about public health and safety in our state.
We have identified specific policies employers want the government to address.
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry is asking members of the business community to co-sign a letter urging legislators to address crime in the state. According to the Missouri […]READ MORE
Lawmakers return to work on Monday after their annual spring break. The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s governmental affairs team will be in the Capitol for long hours over […]READ MORE
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently testified against legislation regarding the liability of businesses prohibiting firearms on their premises. SB 225, sponsored by Sen. Nick Schroer (R-O’Fallon), says […]READ MORE
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently testified in favor of legislation that deals with the sale of businesses. SB 367 is sponsored by Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer (R-Parkville). Sen. Luetkemeyer […]READ MORE
Find health care that works for your small business with the Chamber Benefit Plan. We offer a network of certified insurance brokers that are trained to answer your questions, provide detailed quotes and help your business save money while giving your staff access to quality health care.
President, Koller Enterprises
“The Missouri Chamber is doing great work. As a member, never overlook your ability to pick up the phone and call for help. The Missouri Chamber is always there.”