Our local chambers of commerce are an essential part of promoting and protecting all of our local businesses.

Whether you’re a startup entrepreneur, an established business owner, a corporate professional, a student or a church leader, the Above Board Chamber of Florida will connect you with valuable professional development resources. You’ll find opportunities to work with other businesses and volunteer in your community. You’ll build relationships with the right people who can help you maximize your potential. And you’ll gain insight from successful leaders who know what it takes to get to the top—fairly, ethically and Above Board.

The mission of the Boca Grande Area Chamber of Commerce is to foster the development and prosperity of its members’ businesses and the economic growth of the Boca Grande area, positively affecting the quality of life for all area residents.

The Chamber is a major contributor to the growth and progress of the community, making Cape Coral a better place to live and work. The Cape Coral Chamber actively supports the growth of more 800 member businesses in Southwest Florida. The Chamber runs the city Welcome Center and is a central resource for local residents, visitors, those new to the area and those who are looking to relocate.

The Cape Coral Business Chamber is committed to three basic activities: Advocacy, education, and connections. The chamber acts as a voice for small businesses, offers its members valuable information and knowledge, and provides opportunities for networking and building relationships.

The Mission of The Chamber of Southwest Florida is to be a regional business organization that builds leadership as a strategic contribution to the community. The Chamber of Southwest Florida aims to be strong advocates of its members’ interests before government and encourages the continuing development of regional infrastructure. It delivers quality information, services and value to its members that provide a positive contribution to their business.

The East Lee County Chamber of Commerce has a mission to promote and advance the civic, economic, and social welfare of the communities of East Lee County. Becoming a member of the Chamber can help you create relationships with other businesses in the area and gives you tools that can help your own business thrive.

The Estero Chamber of Commerce represents more than 200 businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals throughout the Southwest Florida area, providing many avenues where members can network and build relationships, learn how to grow their businesses, and market themselves to a wide range of other business professionals and residents.

The Fort Myers Beach Chamber strives to sustain a vibrant business climate, promote commerce, champion the interests of local businesses and protect the essence of the Fort Myers Beach Community.

The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce represents more than 800 businesses, professionals, and individuals throughout Lee County. It provides opportunities for members to network with other businesses, participate in meaningful committee work, become better educated through various Chamber-sponsored programs, and communicate one-on-one with community leaders.

The Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce is an organization of volunteer businesspeople who endeavor to develop, encourage, promote, and protect the commercial, professional, financial, and general business interest of the greater Pine Island area and its trade area.

The Guatemala US-FL Chamber of Commerce was founded to promote economic activity, provide opportunities for Guatemalan businesses of all sizes, and serve as liaison for Guatemalan entrepreneurs in both countries.

Located at the world-famous Shell Factory, the chamber serves as the voice and resource center to North Fort Myers businesses. it provides new and existing residents, vacationing visitors and businesses with information about area attractions, entertainment, resource phone numbers and more.

For more than 50 years, The Sanibel-Captiva Islands Chamber of Commerce has been dedicated to fostering the growth & prosperity of the business community, while nurturing the quality of life for all those who live, visit and work on our sanctuary Islands.

The Southwest Florida Harmony Chamber exists to promote networking within the existing LGBTQ and LGBTQ-friendly business and professional community, to promote business opportunities for chamber members, to promote Southwest Florida as a year-round LGBTQ and LGBTQ-friendly tourist destination, to provide resources for its members and to provide outreach from its community to community organizations.

Established in 1989, the Southwest Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit, non-sectarian, and non-partisan organization for the purpose of promoting, advocating, and facilitating the economic advancement of its members in Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry, and Lee counties. It strives to promote the development of the Hispanic community by assisting in the development of Hispanic-owned businesses and markets and serving as the central information source for the general business community regarding Hispanic trends in Southwest Florida.

SWFL Inc. is a regional chamber of commerce that connects businesses to a network of customers, offers educational resources to help them grow in a modern economy, and actively works to solve regional issues that impact the business community. At SWFL Inc., membership is free and open to all businesses to create (inc)lusive opportunities for all.

United Haitian American Chamber: Established in June 2019, the United Haitian American Chamber (UHACC) is dedicated to serving its members, partners and businesses, the resources and economic growth for our Haitian-American community.UHACC  is a collaboration of people, professionals, and companies from all types of industries and backgrounds, all unified by a shared vision of success.