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Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce (BWCC)
Offices: Laurel, Maryland
The Baltimore-Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce is the only regional chamber in Maryland. They are dedicated to providing networking, information and growth resources to all sizes of businesses, agencies, institutions and organizations. Their core area of focus are between Washington and Baltimore, consisting principally of Anne Arundel, Howard, Montgomery and Prince George's counties, although members come from the entire Baltimore/Washington region—wherever there's an interest in doing business within their Corridor.
Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC)
Offices: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
The Baton Rouge Area Chamber is providing visionary leadership and taking decisive actions to propel their community to a more prosperous economic future. Their mission is leading economic development in the Baton Rouge area. By executing on this mission, they aspire for the Baton Rouge area to become the creative capital of the south, a region noted across the country as a great location to conduct business and a wonderful place to live, with a healthy, diverse, growing economy that provides opportunities for all of its citizens.
Bay Area Council
Offices: San Francisco, California
The Bay Area Council is a business-sponsored, public-policy advocacy organization for the nine-county Bay Area. The Council proactively advocates for a strong economy, a vital business environment, and a better quality of life for everyone who lives here. Founded in 1945, as a way for the region’s business community and like-minded individuals to concentrate and coordinate their efforts, the Bay Area Council is widely respected by elected officials, policy makers and other civic leaders as the regional voice of business in the Bay Area.
Bedford Chamber of Commerce
Offices: Bedford, Massachusetts
The mission of the Bedford Chamber of Commerce is to advance the economic, industrial, professional, cultural and civic welfare of the Town of Bedford, to encourage the growth of existing industries and businesses while giving all proper assistance to new firms or individuals seeking to locate in the Town of Bedford. In addition, they work to support all activities beneficial to the community and area and to oppose those that might be detrimental, as well as to promote the welfare of all area citizens, following always those policies intended to accomplish the greatest good for the greatest number.
Bellevue Chamber of Commerce
Offices: Bellevue, Washington
The mission of the Bellevue Chamber is to promote a prosperous economy and quality lifestyle in Bellevue and its environs. They strive to achieve this by being a central force in the Bellevue community and a place where local businesses can access resources and interact with other members of the business community. The Bellevue Chamber is made up mainly of small-to-medium size businesses, approximately 80%; large corporations make up about 20% of the membership.


Belmont Chamber of Commerce
Offices: Belmont, California
The goal of the Belmont Chamber of Commerce is to ensure Belmont's business future by creating a strong business environment through advocacy, communication, education and promotion. The Chamber acts as a liaison between the business community and the City Council, and provides information on local, state and federal issues that could affect their members. The Chamber consists of people like you, from small businesses to large corporations.
Berkeley Chamber of Commerce
Offices: Berkeley, California
The Berkeley Chamber of Commerce opened its doors in 1900. Since that time they have been actively representing Berkeley's business interests. When the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce says it represents business interests, it means it is willing to represent you personally and business in general at City Hall and City Council meetings. They work toward improving requirements for doing business, from costly regulations involving permits, expansion or moving to environmental issues and EPA requirements that can make your business life miserable.
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
Offices: Arlington, Virginia
The Better Business Bureau system in the US extends across the nation; coast-to-coast, and in Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico. Since the founding of the first BBB in 1912, the BBB system has proven that the majority of marketplace problems can be solved fairly through the use of voluntary self-regulation and consumer education. Their mission is to promote and foster the highest ethical relationship between businesses and the public through voluntary self-regulation, consumer and business education, and service excellence.
Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce
Offices: Beverly Hills, California
The Chamber of Commerce serves the business community through programs and services coordinated through Economic Development, Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau, Communications, Beverly Hills Global and its Membership Department. Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce is an authority of business—advocating on its behalf, anticipating trends, advancing knowledge, creating innovative practices that inspire and invigorate, and embodying a professional conscience.
Beyster Institute
Offices: San Diego, California
The Beyster Institute's mission is to advance the use of entrepreneurship and employee ownership to build stronger, higher performing enterprises nationally and internationally. Launched in 2002 by the Foundation for Enterprise Development, the Institute is now part of the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego, serving as its key center for entrepreneurial thought and activity. It is the only such university-based center to integrate both employee ownership and entrepreneurship.