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voice for business in Michigan

COVID-19 Reopening Toolkit

Executive Orders, State and Federal Guidance and resources to reopen your business safely

Personal Protection Equipment

A list of PPE Manufacturers and Vendors

State House Could Have Major Policy Implications on Business Community

Michigan Chamber Quarterly Member Survey August – September

A Special Virtual Event Featuring Candidate for U.S. Senate, John James.

COVID-19 Liability Bills On the Move

Together We Can Make A Difference

The Michigan Chamber is the unified voice of business and promotes pro-business policies in the legislative, executive and judicial branches of state government.

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in Numbers

The Michigan Chamber represents businesses of all sizes and types in all 83 counties of Michigan. 


In Your Business

Policy makers in Lansing decide on issues that affect your bottom line daily.  Support the team that represents your interests.


Your Opinion

The Michigan Chamber is membership driven and policy focused.  Chamber members determine the Chamber’s policy positions and priorities.

Helping support a strong Michigan Economy


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“Coming together is begining; keeping together is progress; working together is success.”
Henry Ford

Signature Events

October 13, 2020

Michigan ATHENA Conference Series

Join us for Part Three of the Michigan ATHENA Conference: Owning Your Voice! Knowing Your Value and Being Empowered to Be Authentic. This panel discussion will explore what it looks like to bring your whole self to work, with your behavior matching who you are and your intentions. Yes, being authentic can be scary, but our panelists have proven it can also be an asset.

October 6, 2020

Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Series

The Michigan Chamber Foundation's Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DE&I) Series seeks to encourage, support and educate employers on the importance of building a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace environment.

September 21, 2020

Sustainability Summit Series

Join us for this virtual event series on September 21, 2020 and January 26, 2021! The Michigan Chamber has created a Sustainability Summit that brings together CEOs, Chief Sustainability Officers, investors and other members of the private sector to share their latest strategies and insights into how they are transforming their business by developing, maintaining and recycling more sustainable products. This is a two-part virtual event series on September 21, 2020 and January 26, 2021!

January 5, 2021

Economic Forecast

Planning is underway for the 5th Annual Economic Forecast Forum presented by the Michigan Chamber and the Michigan Bankers Association. More details to come. The Economic Forecast Forum features economic experts who shared valuable information for both bankers and business leaders about current events and the future of Michigan's economy.

April 28, 2021

Chamber Day

Mark your calendar. Planning has begun for Chamber Day 2021. Highlights from 2020: In a time when COVID-19 put a halt to business leaders gathering at seminars and events, the Michigan Chamber successfully pivoted and hosted over 100 local chambers of commerce and business leaders at a “virtual” Chamber Day.

Advocacy at a glance

WE’RE ON THE JOB FOR YOU! When the state legislature makes decisions about important policy issues, we are there to make sure these decisions have a positive impact on job creation and business success in Michigan.

Repeal Right-to-Work Law

Repeals Michigan’s 2012 Right-to-Work law which ensures workplace fairness and equality by giving every employee the ability to decide for themselves if joining or financially supporting a union is the right choice for them.

Per Mile Road Tax on Commercial Vehicles

HB 4779, if enacted, would create a $.06 per mile tax on all commercial vehicles. The tax will be collected quarterly by filing a form and remitting payment to the Michigan Department of Treasury.