• Focus Las Vegas:
    How To Do Business with the Military

    Tuesday, March 24

    Hear from industry experts, procurement specialists, military staff and community leaders on how to do business with not just the military, but the federal government


  • NewsFeed Breakfast

    Tuesday, March 17

    The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Las Vegas Review-Journal have joined forces for NewsFeed, a breakfast series that aims to ignite conversations about important community issues.


  • March Business Power Luncheon

    Tuesday, March 31

    Join the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce at the March Business Power Luncheon featuring University of Nevada, Las Vegas President Dr. Len Jessup.


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    There’s a teacher shortage in Las Vegas. Become a community volunteer through the We Care program. It’s easy to get involved.

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Why Now Matters

Nevada is at a crossroads that will determine the success or failure of the next fifty years. Our public education institutions are in desperate need of improvement and our decades-old, patchwork tax structure is becoming increasingly unworkable and jeopardizing Nevada’s status as a leading place to do business. Our region is below capacity in industry sectors such as healthcare, manufacturing and information technology.


At every level of government, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce advocates to protect the business climate of Southern Nevada. Engage the Government Affairs team at the Chamber by participating in policy committee meetings, responding to Advocacy in Action updates throughout the legislative session and contributing to BizPAC.


The Chamber partners with myriad organizations and entities to make Las Vegas a vibrant place to live and work. By seeking and actively engaging community-wide partnerships, we can make Las Vegas a globally competitive and diversified metropolitan area.


The Chamber provides its members with a variety of resources, including cost-saving programs to help their bottom line, print and web-based publicity tools and a Full Event Calendar to build new business relationships and cultivate existing ones.