Associations & Chambers

Associations & Chambers

  • BioUtah

    BioUtah is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(6) trade association serving Utah’s life science industry. Primary members include organizations focused on research and development, manufacturing and commercialization or support services to life science technologies and treatments.

    Visit the BioUtah website here

  • Cache Chamber of Commerce

    The Cache Chamber of Commerce believes that Cache Country should have a strong, diversified economy by increasing high quality employment opportunities and improving standards of living. The community should encourage and capitalize on individual and business creativity, innovation, and inventiveness.

    Visit the Cache Chamber of Commerce website here

  • Davis Chamber of Commerce

    The Davis Chamber of Commerce was formed in Jan 2001 when all existing Chambers in the county combined into one entity. The Davis Chamber logo  has 15 spikes representing each of the cities in Davis County. As a result of the merger, the Davis Chamber continues to be the voice for business throughout the county.

    Visit the Davis Chamber of Commerce website here

  • EDCUtah

    Since 1987, EDCUtah has worked with state and local government and private industry to attract and grow competitive, high-value companies and spur the expansion of local Utah businesses. EDCUtah is a private nonprofit organization.

    Visit the EDCUtah website here

  • iMpact Utah

    iMpactUtah offers full service consulting and training. They have been helping companies make sustainable performance improvements for the past twenty years.

    Visit the iMpact Utah website here

  • Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce

    As Utah County’s premier business advocate, the Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce stands as the member’s voice by fostering business and civic opportunities for the betterment of the community and its values.

    Visit the Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce website here

  • Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce

    The Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce is more than just a meeting place for businesses. It is an organization that exists to help businesses in the community grow and prosper. The Ogden-Weber Chamber, the second largest chamber in Utah, continually strives to offer innovative ways to create a positive experience for all of its members.

    Visit the Ogden/Weber Chamber website here

  • Salt Lake Chamber

    The Salt Lake Chamber is Utah’s largest business association and Utah’s business leader. A statewide chamber of commerce with members in all 29 Utah counties, the Chamber has stood as the voice of business, supporting its members’ success and championing community prosperity since 1887.

    Visit the Salt Lake Chamber website here

  • St George Area Chamber of Commerce

    The St George Area Chamber of Commerce is aimed at maintaining and developing a community in which business and families can thrive.

    Visit the St George Area Chamber of Commerce website here


    The Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI) brings together public, private, community, industry and education partners to assure growth and sustainability of Utah’s advanced material and manufacturing industry.

    Visit the UAMMI website here

  • Utah Technology Council

    UTC is the state’s premier professional association for over 5,000 high tech, clean tech and life science companies, representing nearly 10 percent of the state’s total payroll. UTC exists to help grow and protect businesses by creating valuable connections, addressing talent shortage, and by assisting companies gain access to funding.

    Visit the Utah Technology Council website here

  • Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce

    The Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce is a member-driven organization whose mission is to build relationships, advocate principle-based public policy, and promote business and community prosperity.

    Visit the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce website here

  • Women Tech Council

    Founded in 2007, the Women Tech Council provides mentoring, visibility and networking for women. The community is built for women who currently work for technology companies, and for those that may work for in technology roles in other market sectors.

    Visit the Women Tech Council website here