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The Network

Opportunities to Build Business Relationships

Leverage your Chamber membership to build business relationships. In addition to networking opportunities offered through programs and events you can expand your network by participating on a Chamber committee. Through committee involvement you can:

• Pursue a passion
• Focus on a need
• Tackle meaningful issues
• Build business relationships
• Hone leadership skills

To join any of the following groups, contact the Bellevue Chamber at 425.454.2464.

Ambassadors

The Chamber’s welcoming and goodwill committee, Ambassadors connect with members to relay information, discover concerns and obtain value from their membership investment.

Bellevue Economic Partnership (BEP)

A partnership of the Bellevue Chamber, Bellevue Downtown Association, City of Bellevue and Meydenbauer Center, the BEP strives to promote economic development initiatives by recruiting, retaining and welcoming businesses and employees to downtown and other commercial areas in Bellevue.

Events Committees

Events committees assist with planning and implementing Chamber Signature Events including the Eastside Annual Dinner, Golf Classic & Auction and the Eastside Business Awards.

K-20 Education Committee

Develops, implements and supports programs that promote relationships between the Bellevue business community and education institutions in our community. Also acts as an advocate for legislative issues that affect education.

Public Affairs Council

Addresses all government affairs issues affecting the business community. Hosts regional elected leaders and policymakers and examines topics affecting the Eastside business community including taxes and fees, regional cooperation, water supply, city budgets, healthcare, land use, technology, energy, and tort reform.

Transportation Committee

Analyzes and directs transportation polices that will build an integrated regional transportation system to move people and goods safely and conveniently through and around Puget Sound’s major corridors and urban centers. Serves as a partner with other regional organizations to review transportation projects and issues facing governments at all levels.

Provides alternatives and direction for improving transportation systems and reducing congestion.

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