Welcome to the oldest and most influential business organization in Greenville, South Carolina. In 2014, the Greenville Chamber celebrated 125 years of bringing businesses together to grow and develop our community's economy. Today we are on a mission to make Greenville and the entire Upstate of South Carolina one of the premier business communities in the world.

We are collaborating with businesses and organizations to elevate our region's standard of living and create a business environment that cultivates success. Focused on improving business conditions and providing resources and services for local Greenville, SC organizations, the Chamber is committed to strengthening the long-term prosperity and growth of the region.

To further these goals, the Chamber is consistently working to support and expand our business community. We are educating and attracting world-class talent and infusing high-impact start-ups with what they need to grow and strengthen our economy. We are lobbying local and state governments to adopt policies that allow area businesses to succeed.

We are developing local talent by partnering with educators to take quality improvement principles into Upstate schools. And our highly successful leadership development and young professionals programs are helping shape the future of the region by informing and preparing the leaders of tomorrow.

Our members invest in the Greenville Chamber to help build community prosperity and enhance the quality of life for everyone in Greenville, SC. In turn, our members gain access to diverse business services and resources that help further their success.



U.S. Chamber of Commerce Bestows Greenville Chamber with Accreditation

On March 19, 2015, the Accrediting Board of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce designated the Greenville Chamber as an Accredited chamber with 4-Stars. Accreditation indicates that a chamber of commerce operates under effective organizational procedures and contributes to significant positive change in the community. To achieve this standing, we performed an intensive self-assessment of our operations in nine areas of work, including governance, government affairs, and technology.