Chamber Affiliates

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce has a number of strategic partnerships with organizations that share our mission of promoting a healthy business environment in our state.

 

Drugs Don’t Work

A statewide program that makes certification of a drug-free workplace a simple and cost effective procedure.

The Council on Alcohol and Drugs

A substance abuse prevention and education agency that develops programs and materials based on the most current research on drug use and its impact on community.

Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education

Working to put tomorrow’s workforce on a path to educational excellence.

Leadership Georgia

Annually brings diverse young leaders together to train and prepare for a more active role in Georgia’s future.

Georgia Workers’ Compensation Association

Representing the interests of employers who self-insure workers’ compensation coverage of their employees.

Georgia Employers’ Association

Offering real management and HR solutions for businesses.

Military Affairs Coordinating Committee

Develops strategies to enhance business opportunities between the private sector and Georgia’s military community.

Georgia Corporation for Economic Development

A public-private partnership that serves as a funding resource for the state’s economic development marketing programs.

Georgia Foreign-Trade Zone

Supports companies in Georgia by promoting and facilitating the use of the Foreign-Trade Zone program in order to lower operating costs as they relate to US Customs duties on imported goods.

Georgia Transportation Alliance(GTA)

Georgia’s first organization focused solely on long-term transportation solutions related to economic development, traffic congestion, safety, and our fast-growing logistics industry.

Georgia Travel Association(GATA) 

GATA works with local convention and visitors bureaus, attractions, hotels, restaurants, transportation businesses, and others to ensure that industry stakeholders better understand the profound economic impact hospitality has in terms of jobs and revenue in Georgia.

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