The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce was established in 1877 as one of the first groups of its kind in the state. It was formally incorporated in 1888 by Julius A. Gray, who was then President of the Yadkin/Cape Fear and the NC Railroad Companies and became the first President of the Greensboro Chamber.
The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce is the largest business organization in the community serving more than 1,300 member businesses through programming designed to help them succeed and grow. A partner in the Guilford County Economic Development Alliance, the Chamber also serves as Greensboro’s primary economic development organization, with special emphasis placed on community and entrepreneurial advancement through Action Greensboro and Launch Greensboro.
In 2022, the Greensboro Chamber became 5-Star Accredited by the US Chamber of Commerce making the organization in the top 2% of Chambers nationwide.
We demonstrate authenticity and transparency by matching our words to our actions.
We listen and respond to the needs of our stakeholders and our city.
We welcome all voices in our conversations to provide a better outcome.
We team up to support community enhancement and growth.
We transform our work to stay on the cutting edge.
Greensboro Chamber’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Policy
The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce acknowledges that diversity, equity, and inclusion are vital to the thriving community we seek to know and grow here in Greensboro.
Click here to read our DEI Policy
Where to Find Us
Want to know more about what we’ve been up to lately? Read our Annual Reports below.
Healthcare Coverage: Transparency in Coverage regulation requires self-funded employers to publish the link on a public site. To access the machine-readable files created and published by UnitedHealthcare, please click here.
Circle of Champions
CT Wilson Construction Co.
Kelly Office Solutions
Staunton Capital, Inc.