What does the Chamber do?
Advocate – Advocates pro-business policies and legislation to help businesses in the area grow and prosper, working to represent Chamber member interests.
Educate – Provides programs and opportunities to learn the inner-workings of the greater Idaho Falls community, develop effective leadership skills, and grow businesses and skills through educational seminars and workshops. The Chamber partners with education leaders, institutions, and businesses to improve the workforce pipeline.
Network – Provides program and event opportunities to meet other area business people. To succeed, businesses must continually connect with new people, cultivate emerging relationships and leverage existing business. The Chamber helps members build lasting connections through participation in more than 100 programs and events conducted annually by our organization.
Tourism and Hospitality – Through the Idaho Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau and in operating the Eastern Idaho Visitors Information Center, we market Idaho Falls to visitors, meeting planners and potential new residents, to ensure the community is viewed as a prime destination to visit and stay.
Facts about the Chamber
Member Business: 600+
Member Business Employees: 27,000+
Serve the greater Idaho Falls Community, which includes more than 115,000 residents.
Serve the municipalities of Idaho Falls, Ammon, Iona, Ucon and Bonneville County.
The Chamber oversees the Idaho Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau.