We’re a community of Vermont businesses, leaders, and entrepreneurs, working to create an economic climate conducive to business growth and the preservation of the Vermont quality of life.

The Vermont Chamber of Commerce is the state’s largest business advocacy organization. We are committed to providing value to our members through up-to-the-minute policy and industry information and representation on the biggest issues in business, unique business-to-business networking and educational events, and specialized marketing and exposure opportunities.

Discover the Value of Membership

The Vermont Chamber of Commerce believes that your membership should provide relevant value. We offer benefits through our partner programs to provide competitively priced tools and resources for your business. More importantly, we work to shape policy and legislation on a local, state, and national level to safeguard against unreasonable regulatory restraints and to ensure your business is sustainable into the future. Here are six key benefits of Chamber membership.


Advocating year-round for policy that will grow our members’ businesses and the Vermont economy, you can rest easy knowing you have a four-person lobbying team on the ground watching, listening, and speaking out on your issues.


Hosting legislative forums and an economic conference to keep members educated, providing training and recruitment programs, and educating members with newsletters and seminars.


Representing businesses in every sector and industry, from tourism to manufacturing to retail to health care to construction to technology, as a credible, reliable, and relevant statewide business organization.


Answering your questions about tax policy, liquor regulation, unemployment for your workforce, or other employer issues – our experts at the Vermont Chamber are always here to help you.


Helping members build positive brand recognition, gain greater exposure including to tourists, and connect to a wider network with promotional opportunities.


Keeping you connected to Vermont’s business community and legislative leaders through communications and interactive events.

Member Rates

Membership rates may be adjusted on an annual basis to reflect increased operating costs.


Your Vermont Chamber membership includes membership with Vermont Independent Restaurants and the National Restaurant Association. This offers our members access to exclusive industry insights, data and support, and legal and public affairs insights.

$300 Annual Dues

$400 Annual Dues

$500 Annual Dues

$600 Annual Dues

Business Membership

Rates for all businesses are based on their number of full-time employees. Please use the column below to determine your annual membership dues rate.

$500 Annual Dues

$600 Annual Dues

$800 Annual Dues

$1,000 Annual Dues

$1,200 Annual Dues

$1,400 Annual Dues

$1,600 Annual Dues

$1,800 Annual Dues

$2,000 Annual Dues

$3,000 Annual Dues

Lodging Properties

Lodging membership is based on room count.

$265 Annual Dues

$335 Annual Dues

$460 Annual Dues

$600 Annual Dues

$750 Annual Dues

$1,000 Annual Dues

$1,200 Annual Dues

AHLA Partnership

The Vermont Chamber of Commerce is a state partner with the American Hotel & Lodging Association. AHLA is the sole national association representing all segments of the U.S. lodging industry. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., AHLA focuses on strategic advocacy, communications support, and workforce development programs to move the industry forward.


The ServSafe® program provides food safety training, exams, and educational materials to food service managers. Employees can earn the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification, accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-Conference for Food Protection (CFP), which is valid for five years.