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INDIANAPOLIS, IN (NOVEMBER 9, 2016) - The Indy Chamber and OneZone announced a new partnership today that will bring business coaching, microlending and other entrepreneurial resources closer to young companies in Fishers, Carmel, and across Hamilton County.

Indy Chamber's 2016 Endorsed Candidates

Posted by ehayden on November 7, 2016

In addition to their efforts to bring mass transit and reliable public transportation to Indianapolis, the Indy Chamber's Business Advocacy Committee has chosen to endorse the candidates listed below for the November 8 election. The Business Advocacy Committee is a non-partisan, independent political action committee that supports candidates and elected officials who endorse limited government, free enterprise and a pro-business, pro-economic growth environment. This committee is actively involved in fundraising to support pro-business candidates and business-friendly issues.

Indy Chamber to Hold 2016 Annual Meeting

Posted by jpellman on October 31, 2016

The Indy Chamber will hold its Annual Meeting for all members on Wednesday, December 14 at Ivy Tech Community College and Culinary Center (2820 N. Meridian Street) at 12:00pm. Among the agenda items will be voting on nominees for the 2017 slate of officers, which can be reviewed below. Additional questions can be directed to Laura Zeedik at lzeedik(at)

Cummins CEO Tom Linebarger, Assistant Secretary of Commerce Steve Haro discuss impact of trade proposal on regional exports, advanced industry sector

INDIANAPOLIS, IN (OCTOBER 31, 2016) - This morning, the Indy Chamber played host to a special Global Indy policy briefing on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP); metro business and civic leaders heard from Cummins Chairman and CEO Tom Linebarger and U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Legislative/Intergovernmental Affairs Steve Haro about TPP and its potential impact on the regional economy.  The 12-nation trade pact was signed in early 2016, but progress towards congressional approval has stalled during election season.

This morning, the Indy Chamber is holding a special Global Indy policy briefing on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the 12-nation trade pact that was finalized earlier this year but currently stalled in Congress as anti-trade rhetoric dominates national politics.