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About the Chamber

Our Mission

To promote and foster business growth and success for our members and the community

Our Vision

To create the best business climate in the world

Serving Your Business

Founded in 1924, the Midland Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based organization that exists to enhance the robust business climate of Midland, Texas, and surrounding areas.

Strengthen and grow your business through our resources, initiatives, programs, and events.

Through your entire membership experience, our team is here to equip you with member-only resources, which include:

  • Networking to connect with other local businesses and professionals
  • Marketing to showcase your business
  • Training to develop your business knowledge and skills
  • Opportunities to create income and/or savings

Our events, programs, and initiatives offer exclusive learning, promotional, and networking opportunities for our members.

Chamber signature events include:

Our programs and initiatives are comprised of:

In addition to serving the business needs of our members, the Chamber also manages the Barbara and George H.W. Bush Convention Center,  Centennial Park, VisitMidland, and the VisitMidland Info & Travel Center.

Bush Convention Center

Strategic Plan

Our Chamber's mission is to promote and foster business growth and success for our members and the Midland community. We work to achieve this mission through:

1) Being an Influential Chamber (four-star accredited by the US Chamber of Commerce), cultivating diversity within our membership base and leadership, and maintaining a professional staff

2) Providing Strategic Business Support to our Chamber members through an array of cash flow, networking, and promotional benefits

3) Advocating for a business-friendly climate at all levels of government

4) Promoting Midland as the place for work, tourism, and conventions

5) Encouraging Quality Growth and Development of our community in order to attract and retain the best workforce

In the spring of 2020, our Board approved an updated strategic plan to guide the organization until 2023.

The five components of this plan work in concert toward our mission to promote and foster business growth and success for Chamber members and the community. This strategic plan gives a clear framework to achieve the Midland Chamber's vision of creating the best business climate on the planet.


We seek to align with groups, agencies, and initiatives that share our goal of creating a healthy, productive business community. Below are the organizations with which we are affiliated.

Affiliation Info

Young Professionals of Midland

Young Professionals of Midland (YPM) is a non-profit organization formed in 2006 as a program of the Midland Chamber of Commerce. With a membership base of more than 250 people of diverse professional and personal backgrounds in the Permian Basin, this group has become a well-respected community resource and recruitment tool for the city of Midland.

YPM serves working professionals ages 21-40 and offers Associate Memberships for those over 40.

Dues: $80/year.

Membership Benefits: Exclusive free events, discounted open events, special partner event invitations and offers, and a great networking environment.

Visit YPM's website

American Chamber of Commerce Executives

American Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) is a national association uniquely serving individuals involved in chamber management of chambers. 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.

Visit ACCE's website

Texas Association of Business

For over 85 years, the Texas Association of Business (TAB) has been the state's most influential business association in Austin and Washington, representing the needs of employers, taxpayers, and families across the state. The association has been at the forefront of each legislative initiative that has made Texas the strongest business climate in America.

Visit TAB’s website

Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives

Beginning in 1906 as the Texas Commercial Secretaries Association, the organization became the Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives (TCCE) in 1978. TCCE's mission is “to enhance and promote the professional growth and competency of chamber of commerce professionals."

Visit TCCE's website

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

The world’s largest business federation representing the interests of more than three million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions, as well as state and local chambers and industry associations.

Visit the U.S. Chamber's website

Local Function

While our Chamber maintains close working relationships with local authorities, we are not a governmental body. We are a membership-based, non-profit organization.

For local governmental information, connect with our local authorities: the City of Midland and Midland County.

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