The Indio Chamber of Commerce offers a variety of opportunities and avenues for local business owners and professionals to stay up to date on the latest trends and changes in business. No matter your industry the business world moves fast, our education and training programs are timely, convenient and presented by leaders from a wide range of business segments.
Local elected leaders from all levels of government regularly join the Indio Chamber for morning legislative updates. Speakers will share their views on pending legislation, proposed changes and their vision for our economy and community. Members have the opportunity to engage them on the issues that are important to them and share conversation in a relaxed setting.
Lunch and Learn
The Chamber brings the best and most respective business leaders from across the region to you in its Lunch and Learn series. Through our partnerships we are able to present timely and cutting edge information from the world of marketing, human resources, finance, digital and much more. Stay up to date, stay competitive, and stay in tune!
The Chamber will also host national speakers when the information is relevant to our local businesses. In 2015 we hosted a special presentation by Facebook. In 2015 we partnered with Google to be sure our businesses were on the digital map. We pride ourselves on having unlimited reach when it comes to bringing the best resources to our members.
“A ship is always safe at the shore – but that is NOT what it is built for.” ― Albert Einstein The recent La Quinta State of the City was a chance for the business community to tip their cap’s to the risk takers, and see on full display the rewards of forward-thinking. SilverRock Resort […]
The following is Opinion Editorial submitted by GCVCC member Coachella Valley Volunteers in Medicine There are an estimated 50,000 to 70,000 uninsured adults in the valley. If you’re thinking they’re unemployed and just need to get jobs to obtain healthcare, think again. Many work hard for a living, however, just because they do, doesn’t mean […]