We provide enhanced opportunities to grow your business by engaging, connecting, and collaborating in our community as a proud member of the Napa Chamber of Commerce. When you join the Chamber, you become a part of a fast-growing network of collaborative partners that include elected officials; local, state, and federal government employees; community leaders and stakeholders; business owners and employees; non-profit coalition; chief executives, and approximately 1,000 fellow NCC members.
Your business will also receive a great deal of support from our dedicated Chamber staff, Board of Directors, and the newly formed Government Affairs and Policies (GAP) Committee — all working hard to demonstrate that your membership “is truly our privilege.”
The NCC Board of Directors works in conjunction with the President/CEO to achieve the vision and goals of the Chamber and its members. Our board is comprised of a diverse group of outstanding community leaders, local non-profits, small business owners, and high-ranking executives of large and small corporations. Their primary mission is to always serve in the best interest of our members.
The NCC makes an attempt to monitor all local and state legislation affecting business, and works closely with our GAP Committee task force to be your voice when you have issues and concerns. The committee will monitor local, state, and federal topics of concern. Hold meetings, discussions, and forums on hot topic issues affecting our community and your business — housing, environment, economic development, traffic, and minimum wage just to name a few. We will ensure that NCC members have a voice in the conversations that concern our fast-growing community.
We are huge supporters of The Napa Chamber of Commerce and its CEO, Travis Stanley. We have seen and have benefited from their mission to promote downtown Napa as one the premier business destinations in northern California. The vibrancy of today's downtown Napa is a testament to the immense value and effectiveness of the Napa Chamber of Commerce.
Malloy Imrie and Masconi Insurance has five generations and 107 years of history with the Napa Chamber of Commerce. The board, committees, ambassadors and staff have represented and advocated for local business with remarkable success. Support the Napa Chamber with your membership and involvement.
The Napa Chamber continues to be the leader in advocating on behalf of big and small business interests here in Napa County. Small business is the engine of our local economy and the Chamber has historically done a great job representing the concerns of their members. I'm thrilled that leadership of the current Chamber is working closely with local elected officials to help sustain and enhance the healthy business climate that makes Napa County a great place to live, work and play, while providing a sustainable environment to own, grow and start a business!
My relationship with the Napa Chamber, started in an unexpected way immediately following the earthquake and I was struggling to keep The Roost Napa open. The Chamber came along and didn't seem to care whether I was a member or not. Their genuine support, brainstorming and what eventually blossomed into a friendship with Travis [Stanley] helped keep me motivated o get back on my feet. I became a member and I'm so happy I did.
The Napa Chamber of Commerce has been a great ally and a valuable resource to BottleRock Napa Valley. In a very short order, President/CEO Travis Stanley has revitalized the Chamber and quickly become a staple in the local business community. The Chamber is out front leading again, doing their part to help bring together community and local business.
The Napa Chamber of Commerce helps businesses, large and small, to thrive. The staff gives personal attention to Chamber members and the Chamber's online presence keeps everyone up to date. We've found the trainings and materials the Chamber offers help our agency stay current with laws and familiar with the best business practices available.
The Napa Chamber of Commerce is an outstanding organization that supports small businesses in all corners of our community. I'm proud to support their work. Napa is a better place to live, work and start a business because of all they do.
Before being elected to office, I was an entrepreneur and a small business owner for more than 25 years. Local businesses are essential to our economy and help shape our communities. When business owners come together to promote their community, the positive impacts can be felt throughout that community. The Napa Chamber of Commerce provides an excellent example of that, and the Chamber's mission to educate, advocate, and engage our local community has made it an important civic leader.
The Napa Chamber of Commerce provides many great services to our community through networking, collaboration, exposure, and business growth opportunities. It's an important catalyst for meaningful dialogue between business and government. - real "Ambassadors" for local business.