The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based, volunteer-led organization whose mission is to create, innovate and grow opportunity for all who live in Charlotte. Participation in the Charlotte Chamber is a great way to influence public policy and economic development in your area, while also building your network and growing your business. On top of that, they offer training and networking opportunities for members and non-members alike!


The Charlotte Chamber can tell you everything you need to know about starting a business in Charlotte. From market research to networking opportunities, members and non-members alike can benefit from the Charlotte Chamber’s resources.

Market Research

When it comes to Charlotte’s population, economy and industry trends, the Charlotte Chamber gives entrepreneurs access to the research and data they need to start and grow their business.

  • Charlotte Demographics: Charlotte is diverse in population and workforce. To learn more about our local population, projected growth demographics and more, check out these fact sheets and interactive dashboard, created by the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.
  • Mecklenburg County Economic Indicators: Charlotte’s a banking town, right? While Charlotte is the nation’s second largest banking center, what might surprise you is that finance is not the largest industry or employment sector. Thanks to the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, you can learn more about the factors driving Charlotte’s economy here.
  • Charlotte Chamber Research Team: For even more information about economic and demographic trends in Charlotte, contact the Charlotte Chamber’s research team. Custom research is available for Charlotte Chamber member businesses at the board of advisor level and more!


The Charlotte Chamber hosts a variety of events and seminars designed to benefit the growth of your business.

Local Initiatives

The Charlotte Chamber GreenWorks Council promotes and fosters sustainability in our local business community by connecting Chamber members to share information on best practices.http://charlottechamber.com/member-info/networking/

Chamber of Commerce

In business, who you know is often just as important as what you know. The Charlotte Chamber offers opportunities for local entrepreneurs to meet people, make contacts, exchange ideas and interact with others. Learn more about networking through the Charlotte Chamber here!


When it comes to locating your business, the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce provides a variety of resources. Contact their Economic Development staff for information on relocating and expanding your business, or access tools like Xceligent Real Estate Search and Site One to make finding real estate easier than ever.

Market and Demographic Data

The Charlotte Chamber wants to show you why choosing Charlotte is the easiest decision you’ll ever make. They’ll work with you and offer assistance for your business relocation or expansion needs. Contact them now to get started!

How will Charlotte grow over the next 5 years? What are the factors driving our local economy? For answers to specific questions like those, the Charlotte Chamber offers data on Charlotte’s local demographics, as well as the economic indicators of our region.

Real Estate Search

Xceligent Real Estate Search:Charlotte’s commercial office market is large and diverse. Use the Charlotte Chamber’s real estate tool, Xceligent Real Estate Search, to find office, industrial and retail property for sale or lease in Mecklenburg County.

Site One: Searching for vacant land? How about leasable buildings? Hoping to conduct a market analysis in the process? The Site One tool can help you with all of this and much more. Access it here.


Economic Development

The Charlotte Chamber is committed to increasing Charlotte’s competitive advantage by connecting, innovating and growing opportunity for all who do business in Charlotte. Learn more about becoming a member of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.



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