Our chamber is teaming up with nine other regional chambers to form a statewide policy network; the Massachusetts Chambers of Commerce Policy Network.
Led by the presidents and CEOs of the ten chambers, we plan to use our collective voice to advocate for policy and business issues that will strengthen the quality of life and economy in the Commonwealth.
Our goal is to grow a statewide economy that works for all and strengthens our ability to retain talent and businesses in Massachusetts.
We’ll do that by collaborating on policy priorities and collectively making knocking on doors on Beacon Hill and Capitol Hill to promote the issues that matter to our membership.
Each chamber will continue to focus on its own unique local issues and operate independently, as always.
?But we’ve agreed to collaborate on issues that impact Massachusetts’ future: statewide competitiveness, taxes and revenue, transportation, broadband access, talent development and retention, housing, climate change, higher education, and the ease of doing business.
Joining the Charles River Regional Chamber in this effort are the Greater Boston Chamber, Worcester Regional Chamber, Springfield Regional Chamber, Western MA Economic Development Council, Cape Cod Chamber, South Shore Chamber, North Shore Chamber, One SouthCoast Chamber, and 1Berkshire.
Together we represent about 10,000 member businesses and nonprofits.