Chambers of Commerce in Metro Detroit

In Alphabetical Order
Detroit Regional Chamber located at 1 Woodward Ave. in Detroit. // Photo courtesy of REDICO

American Arab Chamber of Commerce*
12740 W. Warren Ave., Ste. 300
Members: 1,500
Focus: Local, national, and international
Meetings: Networking events, monthly seminars, annual Celebrating Success dinner, Arab-American Golf Open, Building Economic Bridges banquet, quarterly Business Builder series, international delegations
Dues: $250-$5,000
Employees: 21
Founded: 1992
Contact: Fay Beydoun, executive director

Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Regional Chamber
2010 Hogback Rd., Ste. 4
Ann Arbor
Members: 1,300
Focus: Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti region
Meetings: Monthly networking meetings, Foundation Gala
Dues: $395-$5,000
Employees: 9
Founded: 1919
Contact: Diane Keller, president and CEO

Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 54
Members: 3,000+ in Michigan and U.S.
Focus: Asian/Pacific Islander American and U.S. businesses
Meetings: Networking, personal, and professional development
Dues: $200-$1,200
Employees: 3
Founded: 2000
Contact: Duc Nguyen Abrahamson, executive director

Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 214083
3395A Auburn Rd.
Auburn Hills
Members: 400
Focus: Uniting organizational leaders in driving a world-class business community
Meetings: 100+ educational and networking events per year; several scheduled each month
Dues: $295-$1,950
Employees: 6
Founded: 1991
Contact: Jean Jernigan, president

Berkley Area Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 72-1253
Members: 155
Focus: Berkley, Huntington Woods, Oak Park, Royal Oak, Southfield
Meetings: Monthly networking events, State of the City, Berkley Art Bash, Berkley Pub Crawl, Berkley Street Art Fest
Dues: $120-$500
Employees: 2
Founded: 1984
Contact: Darlene Rothman, executive director

Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber
725 S. Adams Rd., Ste. 130
Members: 730
Focus: Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, Franklin
Meetings: Vine and Dine, Village Fair, Forecast Breakfast Series, Professional Edge Workshop, Business After Hours, member coffees, Community Leadership Luncheon, Legislative Reception
Dues: $365-$1,040
Employees: 4
Founded: 1947
Contact: Joe Bauman, president

British-American Business Council of Michigan
150 W. Jefferson Ave., Ste. 100
Members: 40 Platinum, Gold, and Silver members
Focus: Providing Midwest businesses and organizations with opportunities to extend their reach into the UK, and for UK companies to deliver their products, services, and messages to the entire Michigan region
Meetings: Local events and seminars, annual transatlantic business conferences
Dues: $30-$750
Founded: 2006
Contact: Miriam Rhein and Anne Parkin, executive directors

Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce
30095 Northwestern Hwy., Ste. 101
Farmington Hills
Members: 1,000
Focus: Advocacy, economic development, community development, cultural preservation
Meetings: Quarterly networking meetings, educational forums, annual awards dinner, annual meeting and board election, annual business luncheon, annual golf outing
Dues: $100-$1,500
Employees: 8
Founded: 2003
Contact: Martin Manna, president

Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce
5856 S. Main St.
Members: 450
Focus: Clarkston, Davisburg, Independence Township, Springfield Township
Meetings: Lunch mixers, breakfasts, after hours, young professionals, women’s group, and community events
Dues: $265-$565
Employees: 2
Founded: 1987
Contact: Kendal Penney Petzold, assistant executive director

Clawson Chamber of Commerce
425 North Main St.
Members: 200
Focus: Clawson
Meetings: Morning and after-hours networking events, quarterly Oakland County network mixers, seminars
Dues: $65-$200
Employees: 1
Founded: 1939
Contact: Char Larson, president

Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce
22100 Michigan Ave.
Members: 590
Focus: Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Detroit, Garden City
Meetings: Thirty-nine annual events including 15 complimentary monthly morning and after-hours networking events, Meet the Candidates, small business luncheons, two golf outings, Taste of Dearborn, 20+ Teacher of the Year celebrations, holiday gala
Dues: $295 and up
Employees: 4
Founded: 1944
Contact: Jacqueline Lovejoy, president

Detroit Chinese Business Association*
3250 W. Big Beaver Rd., Ste. 430
Members: 3,100
Focus: Michigan
Meetings: Quarterly networking events, annual China Forum, U.S.-China business forum, Chinese New Year Gala, DCBA International Golf Open
Dues: $300-$10,000
Employees: 3
Founded: 1995
Contact: Brian Gao, president

Detroit Regional Chamber
1 Woodward Ave., Ste. 1900
Members: 1,700
Focus: Eleven counties in southeast Michigan
Meetings: More than 80 programs and events including the Mackinac Policy Conference; meetings with local, state, and national government officials; regional business events; leadership and talent development programs
Dues: Vary
Employees: 80
Founded: 1903
Contact: Lori Ostrow, senior director, engagement

Downriver Business Association
8225 Allen Rd., Ste. 134
Members: 300+
Focus: Downriver communities, from Allen Park to Wyandotte
Meetings: Monthly breakfast, lunch, and evening networking events; monthly women’s group; monthly book club; spring and fall business expos
Dues: $225-$800
Employees: 3
Founded: 2005
Contact: Laura Fennell, director

Ferndale Area Chamber of Commerce
1938 Burdette St.
Members: 300
Focus: Ferndale, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge
Meetings: Networking events (two morning, one lunch, and one after-hours), annual awards gala, annual Rainbow Run, annual Artist in You event
Dues: $250-$450
Employees: 1
Founded: 1936
Contact: Joy R. Wells, director of operations

French American Chamber of Commerce – Michigan Chapter
2000 Town Center, Ste. 1800
Members: 5,000+
Focus: To contribute to the improvement of economic, commercial, and financial relations between France and the U.S.
Meetings: Business seminars and round-table events with high-level speakers, networking receptions, annual meeting, annual gala and awards ceremony
Dues: NA
Employees: 5
Founded: 1992
Contact: Lisa Roland, executive director

German-American Business Council of Michigan
2000 Town Center, Ste. 1800
Members: 80
Focus: Foster investment and trade relations while cultivating business between Germany and the State of Michigan
Meetings: Networking events, lunchtime speaker series, German Haus at NAIAS, annual fall dinner, monthly roundtable, August Welcome to Michigan event for all expats
Dues: $25 (student), $150 (individual), $300 (small business), $500 (corporation)
Employees: No full-time employees
Founded: 1994
Contact: Henry Julicher, vice president of membership

Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce
32780 Grand River Ave., Ste. 207A
Members: 300
Focus: Farmington, Farmington Hills
Meetings: Annual State of the Cities, multiple monthly networking/professional development events, annual Health & Wellness Expo, new member welcome luncheons, Bunkers and Bogies golf outing, annual dinner and awards program
Dues: $290-$5,000
Employees: 2
Founded: 2009
Contact: Susan Arlin, executive director

Greater West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce
5745 W. Maple Rd., Ste. 206
West Bloomfield
Members: 350
Focus: Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake, Sylvan Lake, West Bloomfield
Meetings: Weekly networking events, business matchmaking, Connect with an Expert, V.I.B.E. (Virtual Innovative Business Event), leadership luncheon, holiday party, officer installation, health and wellness fair, annual awards dinner, W.I.N. (Women’s Inspiration Network), Cup of Connections, B.I.G. (Business Innovation Generator), R/X Health Connections, Senior Resource group, Y.E.N. (Young Entrepreneur group)
Dues: $195-$5,000
Employees: 1
Founded: 1976
Contact: Suzanne Levine, executive director

Grosse Pointe Chamber of Commerce
106 Kercheval Ave.
Grosse Pointe Farms
Members: 650
Focus: The Grosse Pointe Chamber of Commerce promotes businesses and engages residents for a thriving community
Meetings: Monthly Business Before Hours and Business After Hours: Learn at Lunch; annual membership dinner and Pointer of Distinction Awards; committee meetings; Chamber Foundation
Dues: $100-$2,500
Employees: 4
Founded: 2006
Contact: Lisa Frasier, director of finance

Holly Area Chamber of Commerce
300 East St.
Members: 170
Focus: Groveland Township, Holly Township, Rose Township, Springfield Township, Village of Holly
Meetings: Monthly board meeting, monthly networking breakfast, periodic after-hours networking events
Dues: $150 (nonprofit), $225 (business)
Employees: Volunteer board of directors, 1 paid director
Founded: 1918
Contact: Richard Kinnamon, executive director

Huron Valley Chamber of Commerce
317 Union St.
Members: 450
Focus: Commerce Township, Highland and Highland Township, Milford and Milford Township, White Lake Township
Meetings: Monthly and bimonthly networking events, Milford Memories summer festival, Brewed in Michigan, coffee clubs, networking events
Dues: $75 to $525
Employees: 4
Founded: 1962
Contact: Joell Beether, executive director

Indo-American Chamber of Commerce*
P.O. Box 250125
Members: 150
Focus: Networking opportunities for business professionals to develop economic, commercial, and financial relationships; business-related education; advocacy of issues pertinent to business owners in Michigan and nationwide
Meetings: Six to eight meetings per year, golf outing, annual banquet
Dues: $100 (individual), $250+ (business)
Employees: 2
Founded: 2003
Contact: Nandita Bhattiprolu, executive director

Irish Network Detroit
(Formerly Michigan Irish American Chamber of Commerce)
Beverly Hills
Members: 70
Focus: Individuals, businesspeople, and other community members working together to advance the business, culture, education, and civic welfare of the residents of Michigan who are of Irish descent
Meetings: Vary
Dues: $100 (full-time students under 25), $200 (business and professional level), $500 (Business Bronze), $800 (Business Platinum), $1,200 (Chairman’s Circle)
Founded: 2012
Contact: Meghan Kennedy Riordan, president

Italian American Chamber of Commerce of Michigan
51194 Romeo Plank Rd., Ste. 354
Members: 190
Focus: Business and professional growth, inclusive of the organization’s Italian history and culture; commercial, educational, and charitable forums to inspire pride throughout the Italian community; establishing a relationship of trust and service
Meetings: 10 meetings per year
Dues: $400
Employees: 1
Founded: 1919
Contact: Charles Shermetaro, president

Kensington Valley Chamber of Commerce
Formerly the Chamber of Commerce for the South Lyon Area
P.O. Box 69
New Hudson
Members: 250
Focus: Charter Township of Lyon, Green Oak Township, New Hudson, Salem Township, South Lyon
Meetings: Bimonthly breakfast, one after-hours monthly mixer, networking group, ribbon cuttings, special events
Dues: $195-$480 (based on size of business)
Founded: 1965
Contact: Andrea Meyer, executive director

Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce
305 N. Pontiac Trail, Ste. A
Walled Lake
Members: 450
Focus: Commerce Township, Union Lake, Walled Lake, Waterford, White Lake, Wixom, Wolverine Lake
Meetings: Monthly business “spotlight” lunches, annual State of the Lakes luncheon, annual Black & White Awards Ball, First Friday and Third Thursday networking breakfasts, annual golf outing, Rockin’ Under the Stars Summer Concert
Dues: $250-$600
Employees: 3
Founded: 1950
Contact: Laura Bolyard, executive director

Livonia Chamber of Commerce
33300 Five Mile Rd., Ste. 212
Members: 940
Focus: Livonia and surrounding communities
Meetings: Two to three monthly networking events, annual golf outing, annual home improvement show, diversity and inclusion training, Livonia State of the City Luncheon, Western Wayne Business Leadership Banquet
Dues: $289-$1,000
Employees: 4
Founded: 1950
Contact: Dan West, president

Macomb County Chamber of Commerce
28 First St., Ste. B
Mount Clemens
Members: 1,000
Focus: Macomb County
Meetings: Monthly networking and economic development and public policy meetings; Lake St. Clair Appreciation Day, Macomb County Hall of Fame; Athena Awards; aerospace and defense meetings
Dues: $335 to $1,680
Employees: 6
Founded: 1892
Contact: Kelley Lovati, CEO

Madison Heights/Hazel Park Chamber of Commerce
300 E. 13 Mile Rd.
Madison Heights
Members: 300
Focus: Hazel Park, Madison Heights
Meetings: Three monthly networking events, auction, State of the Cities annual address, golf outing, BRAND referral group
Dues: $10-$1,000
Employees: 1
Founded: 1969
Contact: Nancy Smith, executive director

Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce*
1700 Harmon Rd.
Auburn Hills
Members: 200+
Focus: Hispanic business enterprises, supplier diversity, automotive, professionals, financial entrepreneurs, small businesses, and more
Meetings: Monthly third Thursdays, Economic Forum Breakfast, Supplier Diversity Matchmaker, annual golf outing, annual Fiesta Gala
Dues: $25-$3,000
Employees: 4
Founded: 1989
Contacts: Mark A. Moreno, executive director; Laura Huber, business manager; Raquel Adam, business development and communications director

Michigan Veterans Chamber of Commerce
49575 Bog Rd., Ste. 3
Members: 302
Focus: Supporting veterans, veteran-owned businesses, and veteran-supporting
Meetings: Monthly at member locations
Dues: $255
Founded: 2021
Contact: Tracy Congdon, executive director

National Association of Women Business Owners – Greater Detroit Chapter
26677 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Members: 200
Focus: Southeast Michigan; some out-of-state membership
Meetings: Monthly networking events, annual Top 10 Michigan Businesswomen’s Awards, Women on Board, Circle of Learning education program, golf outing, holiday reception
Dues: $239-$479
Employees: 1
Founded: 1975
Contacts: Nicole Lewis, chapter president

National Business League Inc.
1001 Woodward Ave., Ste. 910
Members: 3,500
Focus: To economically empower and sustain African American businesses as enterprises by advocating for economic development through entrepreneurship, procurement, community reinvestment, programmatic and professional development, and capitalistic activity throughout the United States and Black/Diaspora
Meetings: To be determined
Dues: $19 and up
Employees: 3
Founded: 1900
Contact: Ken Harris, president

Northville Chamber of Commerce
195 S. Main St.
Members: 400
Focus: Northville and surrounding communities
Meetings: Coffee Connections, after-hours gatherings, new member receptions, Northville Community Awards Dinner, State of the Community Luncheon, Farmers Market, Veteran Banner Program, flower sale, Memorial Day parade, Fourth of July parade, Victorian Festival, Streets of Treats, Holiday Lighted Parade, Greens Market, holiday party, golf outing
Dues: $85-$650
Employees: 2
Founded: 1964
Contact: Douglas Wallace, executive director

Novi Chamber of Commerce
41875 W. 11 Mile Rd., Ste. 201
Members: 350
Focus: Greater Novi area
Meetings: Various networking events/month, educational seminars, sales leads groups, young professionals, ambassadors, golf outing, No.VI Dinner Tour, holiday luncheon, Toast of the Town Business Awards Gala, luncheons, after-hours mixers, multi-chamber mixers
Dues: $165-$792
Employees: 2
Founded: 1967
Contact: Janet Bloom, president

Orion Area Chamber of Commerce
1335 Joslyn Rd., Ste. 100
Lake Orion
Members: 300+
Focus: Auburn Hills, Clarkston, Lake Orion, Orion Township, Oxford
Meetings: Monthly morning and evening networking meetings, monthly luncheons, two annual community expos, Women in Business Conference, annual golf outing
Dues: $35-$1,800
Employees: 3
Founded: 1950
Contact: Joyce Donaldson, president and CEO

Oxford Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 142
22 W. Burdick St.
Members: 170
Focus: Addison Oaks, Clarkston, Lake Orion, Lapeer, Metamora, Oxford
Meetings: Mixers with neighboring chambers, annual Women’s Expo, annual Chamber Challenge 5K and 10K
Dues: $150
Employees: 1
Founded: 1950
Contacts: Nicole Stirrett, executive director; Amy Desotell, administrative assistant

Philippine Chamber of Commerce – Michigan*
17356 Northland Park Ct., Ste. 200
Members: 90
Focus: Michigan
Meetings: Monthly board meetings; networking and educational events; leadership, management, and organizational events
Dues: $200-$1,200
Employees: Volunteer officers and board
Founded: 2008
Contact: Betsy Henry-Vincenzetti, president

Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce
850 W. Ann Arbor Trail
Members: 670
Focus: To stimulate growth and prosperity for a healthy business community
Meetings: January and November
Dues: $265-$1,350
Employees: 5
Founded: 1954
Contact: Wes Graff, president

Pontiac Regional Chamber
402 N. Telegraph Rd.
Members: 250
Focus: Pontiac and surrounding communities
Meetings: Weekly, monthly, and quarterly networking; professional development events; and speakers
Dues: Varies by company size (minimum $99/year, maximum $5,000/year)
Employees: 2
Founded: 1904
Contact: Damany Head, president and board chair

Rochester Regional Chamber of Commerce
71 Walnut St., Ste. 110
Members: 800
Focus: Oakland Township, Rochester, Rochester Hills
Meetings: Community Outlook Breakfast, Legislative Affairs Committee, Sunrise Pinnacle Awards Ceremony, Coffee Talk Networking, Ambassador Network, Preferred Client networking groups, Peer Solution groups, Women in Business Luncheon, Rochester Area Hometown Christmas Parade, Leadership Greater Rochester, Youth Leadership of Greater Rochester
Dues: $275-$1,500
Employees: 5
Founded: 1955
Contact: Maggie Bobitz, president

Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce
200 S. Washington Ave.
Royal Oak
Members: 500
Focus: Royal Oak and surrounding communities
Meetings: Three monthly networking events; three community events each year: Royal Oak in Bloom, Royal Oak Live, Summer Concert Series; three networking groups that meet bimonthly/monthly: Business Women’s Network, Network First, and ROYAL (Royal Oak Young Ambitious Leaders)
Dues: $275-$465
Employees: 4
Founded: 1936
Contact: Shelly Kemp, president

Southeast Michigan Chamber of Commerce
59 Walnut Ave., Ste. 206
Mount Clemens
Focus: Chesterfield, Clinton Township, Eastpointe, Lennox, Macomb Township, Mount Clemens, Roseville, Richmond, and the Village of New Haven.
Meetings: Monthly luncheon meetings, Run Warren Center Line 5K, Cruisin’ 53, Boat Outing, Chesterfield 5K, North Gratiot Cruise, MCREST Good Samaritan Awards, MCREST Homeless Children’s Christmas Party.
Dues: $250-$10,000
Employees: 5
Founded: 2013
Contact: John Johnson, CEO

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber
20904 Northline Rd.
Members: 500+
Focus: Twenty-one southern Wayne County communities
Meetings: Monthly morning and evening networking events, legislative and business forums, Young Professional group, Chamber Connection groups, Black Tie Gala and Expo, golf outing, Taste of Downriver, Women of Achievement Awards, and more
Dues: $255
Employees: 4
Founded: 1967
Contact: Ron Hinrichs, president

Southfield Area Chamber of Commerce
20300 Civic Center Dr., Ste. 1102
Members: 300
Focus: Lathrup Village, Oak Park, Southfield
Meetings: Monthly networking events, golf outing, State of the City, education series, Taste of Southfield
Dues: $300-$15,000
Employees: 1
Founded: 1953
Contact: Jasmine Patton, executive director

Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce
12900 Hall Rd., Ste. 100
Sterling Heights
Members: 1,200
Focus: Clinton Township, Fraser, Macomb Township, Shelby Township, Sterling Heights, Utica, Warren
Meetings: Weekly Business Resource Alliance Group (leads groups) networking, ambassadors, Public Policy Committee, Tourism and Hospitality group, Health and Wellness group, Nonprofit Network
Dues: $325 (different rates for nonprofits, certain industries)
Employees: 5
Founded: 1961
Contact: Stacy Ziarko, president and CEO

Swedish American Chamber of Commerce Detroit
2000 Town Center, Ste. 1800
Members: Around 100
Focus: Enhance trade, commerce, and investment between the Detroit region and Sweden
Meetings: Three major events per year, pub nights, and company tours/visits
Dues: $50-$1,000
Employees: 0
Founded: 1988
Contact: Andreas Waller, president

Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Greater Detroit*
6636 Maple Creek Blvd.
West Bloomfield 48322
Members: 75
Focus: Southeast Michigan
Meetings: Chinese New Year Banquet, annual professional development seminars, picnic, golf outing, banquet
Dues: $200
Employees: Volunteer board
Founded: 1996
Contact: Roger Huang, president

Troy Chamber of Commerce
2125 Butterfield Dr., Ste. 100N
Members: 670
Focus: Troy
Meetings: Monthly morning, afternoon, and evening networking events; Tee Off Fore Troy golf outing; Top of Troy Women in Leadership event; Your City Your State Government Relations event, Made in Michigan Holiday Luncheon; quarterly CEO Series; TC Business Excellence Awards; economic development forums; diversity summit; Nonprofit Management Conference; outdoor summer series; young professional mixers, Troy Restaurant Week
Dues: $325-$3,045
Employees: 5
Founded: 1959
Contact: Tara Tomcsik-Husak, president and CEO

Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce
2309 Airport Rd.
Members: 650
Focus: Clarkston, Waterford, White Lake
Meetings: Monthly and bimonthly networking events, periodic luncheons, annual State of the Township breakfast, annual Business and Home Expo, Business Success Conference, annual dinner and awards, annual golf classic, United Professionals Network
Dues: $225
Employees: 3
Founded: 1998
Contact: Nikki Tippett, executive director

*Member of the Council of Ethnic Chambers of Commerce

Source: DBusiness research