The Midland Chamber of Commerce seeks to align with groups, agencies and initiatives that share our goal of creating a healthy, productive business community.
The vision of PIEMidland is: To provide our schools with resources and support, ensuring every child in Midland access to a quality education. To accomplish this, PIE Midland will collaborate with local businesses and associations to generate awareness of educational needs, cultivate financial and volunteer support to meet those needs and facilitate a meaningful exchange of ideas between the schools and the business community. For more information, visit PIEMidland.
The My Town, My Job, My Voice campaign is designed to unite businesses and organizations affected by the current regulatory and public pressures on the oil and gas industry. These are not just petrochemical and refining companies. Every industry from medicine to air-conditioning to hospitality services is impacted. And together, we can make a difference. The Midland Chamber of Commerce has joined the effort. Click here to find out more, including how you can support the oil and gas industry.
Young Professionals of Midland (YPM) is a non-profit organization formed in 2006 as a program of the Midland Chamber of Commerce. Now in its sixth year, YPM has a membership base of more than 200 people of diverse professional and personal backgrounds in the Permian Basin, and has become a well-respected community resource and a recruitment tool for the city of Midland. For more information,click here to visit YPM's website.
The American Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) is a national association uniquely serving individuals involved in the management of chambers of all sizes. ACCE's mission is to support and develop chamber professionals to lead businesses and their communities. The organizational vision is that ACCE is the organization of choice for chamber professionals. For more information, click here to visit ACCE’s website.
For over 85 years, the Texas Association of Business has been the state's most influential business association in Austin and Washington, where we represent the needs of employers, taxpayers and families across the state. Simply put, our business is business, and TAB has been on the forefront of each legislative initiative that has made Texas the best business climate in America. For more information, click here to visit TAB’s website.
Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives (TCCE) began in 1906 as the Texas Commercial Secretaries Association and changed its name to the Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives in 1978. Our mission at TCCE is simply this, “to enhance and promote the professional growth and competency of chamber of commerce professionals." For more information, click here to visit TAB’s website.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions, as well as state and local chambers and industry associations. For more information, click here to visit the U.S. Chamber’s website.