The Massachusetts Chamber of Business & Industry (MassCBI) is now The Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce
Welcome to the new name and new home of the Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce (formerly MassCBI). We’re updating our look to make it easier for you to learn how the Mass Chamber is working for you and your business.
• Check out Updates/News to learn more about what the Mass Chamber is working and for legislative updates.
• Go to our new Membership page to learn about the benefits and services that are available exclusively to Mass Chamber members.
• Our Politics page will give you more information about the Mass Chamber’s Political Action Committees and provide you with information about state legislators.
• Learn more about Mass Chamber Events being held across the state.
• The Mass Chamber has established a Foundation to provide manufactures across the state with grants to assist with workforce development.
• We love to hear from you. Contact us for more information.
The Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce provides legislative advocacy, marketing, networking, educational and informational programs for businesses in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Chamber also provides managerial services for local chambers of commerce and professional organizations such as West of the River Chamber of Commerce and the Realtors Commercial Alliance of Massachusetts.
Upcoming Mass Chamber Events
Annual Golf Tournament
Monday, June 11, 2012 11:00 Shotgun Tekoa Country Club, 459 Russell Road, Westfield, MA (413) 568-1636
Click Here and register today!
For more information download our Golf Flyer
Sponsorship’s are still available. Sign-up today!
Welcome to Massachusetts
A Practical Guide to Living in the State
Massachusetts, located in the heart of New England, is the region’s most populous state. Lively urban areas, picturesque seaside communities, and tiny rural towns offer a unique ambiance which each year attracts many new residents. This webpage is designed to provide people contemplating a move to Massachusetts and those who have recently come here with specific information on the practical aspects of residency. I hope that new residents and those considering a move to the Bay State find this webpage a good source of useful information.
Sincerely, William Francis Galvin Secretary of the Commonwealth