Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce
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Location260 S. Sunnyvale AvenueSuite 7Sunnyvale, CA 94086 United States
For 116 years, we've invested in Sunnyvale's residents. With a nimble, close-knit, and all-local team, we know local residents make a real-world local impact. Trusted by thousands of Sunnyvale businesses for over 116 years, the Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce (svcoc.org) is an independent nonprofit that develops enduring relationships between Sunnyvale residents and local businesses ranging from nonprofits to Meta, Google, and Microsoft. Known for nearly 50 years of Sunnyvale’s "Art and Wine Festival" (with over 40,000 attendees in 2022!), the SVCOC also makes accessible critical local economic insights and outreach to empower informed business in Sunnyvale. To serve you, the SVCOC leads collaborative activities and promotes policies designed to connect, educate, and energize the Business Community to achieve economic vitality. Core values: - Creating a strong local economy - Representing business with local government - Providing networking opportunities - Promoting the community
The Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to helping local companies grow their business by taking the lead in programs and efforts that help create a strong local economy and make our community a great place to do business.
We promote the community in many ways - including the annual art and wine festival and our Annual Murphy Awards black tie awards gala with such awards as the Athena Award which honors outstanding business women in the community and the Community Spirit Award.
The Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce provides networking opportunities that in 2006 brought more than 1,750 people together at 28 events to meet and exchange information about their businesses. In 2007 our partnership with the Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce will continue with Fifth Thursdays Joint Mixers. Many of our members boast increased business due to opportunities they make for themselves through the Chamber.
We represent the interests of business to government by speaking out on local, regional, state, and national issues impacting our community. Our highest priority will be keeping the city focused on the downtown redevelopment and the impact on our downtown businesses and keeping our El Camino Real based businesses up-to-date on the proposed changes along this strategic retail corridor.