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The St. Louis Regional Chamber has three primary roles: 1) to serve as the regional chamber of commerce for our member companies; 2) to s...
The St. Louis Regional Chamber has three primary roles: 1) to serve as the regional chamber of commerce for our member companies; 2) to serve as the bi-state region's lead economic development organization; and 3) to investigate and support public policy initiatives that help the region thrive and grow.

The St. Louis Regional Chamber evolved into its current form in 1973, with the merger of three organizations: the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis, the St. Louis Regional Industrial Development Corporation, and the St. Louis Research Council. This combination helped unite the voice of business in supporting public policy and civic initiatives that make the region ideal for expansion, location and entrepreneurship.
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