Chambers of Commerce

Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber
The Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber, formerly known as THE CHAMBER of Commerce, Inc. was established on January 1, 2010 as a newly merged organization of the Cranberry Area Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Allegheny county Chamber of Commerce. Our membership consists of 1,100 business owners and business representatives. The footprint of The Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber of Commerce covers three counties, Allegheny, Beaver and Butler and 16 municipalities. Our membership ranges from sole proprietors to large corporations, non profits and individuals who are interested in supporting our business community.

We offer a variety of business and social networking events, programs, training, legislative and economic development activities. Our signature events include a Business Expo, Drive to Thrive Golf Outing, Food and Wine Classic, Pittsburgh North Regional Career Fair and Taste of the Chamber.

Butler county Chamber of Commerce Butler county Chamber of Commerce
Since 1896, the Butler county Chamber of Commerce has provided the local leadership to preserve, enhance and extend the quality of life and economic vitality of business in Butler county. As Butler county’s largest business association, our mission is simply to enhance the economic prosperity of our members and to promote free enterprise and growth in Butler county.

The Chamber succeeds by unifying ideas and facilitating community change, thanks to a dedicated 21-member board of directors and an energized group of volunteer business leaders committed to making things happen in the community.

Butler county Young Professionals Butler county Young Professionals
The Butler county Young Professionals is a group founded by like minded individuals, looking to participate in professional development and social activities with others from the local area. The Butler county Young Professionals understand that professional networking and development often begin with social interaction. We offer numerous ways to become involved, to interact, to learn, to network and to make a positive impact on our community.

Leadership Butler county
Leadership Butler county
Butler county's Only Leadership Development Program
A special strength of the Leadership Butler county program, which seeks individuals who represent a cross-section of the Butler county community, is the diversity of its class members. Each year, the class consists of individuals from the private, public and non-profit sectors. These men and women are active in business, labor, education, the professions, the arts, religion, human services, health care and other backgrounds.

Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce
Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce
In 2000, the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, the Pennsylvania Economy League of Southwestern Pennsylvania and the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance (PRA) entered into a strategic affiliation with the Allegheny Conference on Community Development.

The affiliation plays to the strengths of each organization - the advocacy efforts of the Chamber, the research and analysis expertise of the Economy League, and the marketing intelligence capabilities of the PRA. These strengths, guided by private sector leadership, enable an efficient model for regional improvement.

Pittsburgh Regional Alliance
The Pittsburgh Regional Alliance (PRA) began in the mid-1990s, when business and civic leaders PRA worked together with the Allegheny Conference’s “Working Together Coalition” to define the critical requirements for ensuring the growth and global competitiveness of the region.

Since then, the PRA has grown to become the only organization in southwestern Pennsylvania dedicated to marketing the entire 10-county Pittsburgh region for capital investment and job creation across the economic spectrum and not solely one industry or another.

Check out the PRA's Business Quick Guide, your portal for business support resources in the Pittsburgh region.