8:00 am, 1st Wednesday of each month* at the Chamber office.
Do you want to build your business and make great friends in the process? Then our Ambassador Team is the committee for you. This exciting, dynamic group of fellow chamber members meets once a month to discuss upcoming events and assist at ribbon cuttings, grand openings, mixers, luncheons and special events. These are the volunteers who come to “Meet and Greet” at all the Chamber events, which increases their networking opportunities. After all that is what your Chamber of Commerce is all about… Helping
Your Business Do Business !
If you want to be part of an exceptional group, please contact the Chamber or e-mail us at we will be sure you get the information needed to join this team.
* This meeting day is subject to change due to certain Chamber events. Chamber is "dark" in August.
Economic Development Forum
7:30 am, quarterly on the 4th Tuesday at the Chamber office
* Please refer the event calendar within this website for the next meeting.
The Economic Development Forum is an open forum for learning about local economic issues. City and school district representatives are available to address issues and respond to questions that affect the vitality of the Upland business community. This forum's primary responsibility is to create and support a positive business climate. All Upland Chamber members are encouraged to attend this informational meeting only.
Governmental Relations Forum
7:30 am, 2nd Thursday of each month at the Chamber office
The Governmental Relations Forum has representatives from Federal, State, county and city governments. This open forum monitors legislative issues and seeks action from the Board of Directors on important city, state and national business related legislation or regulations that impact your ability to do business. This is a must attend meeting for those who want to ensure that their voice is heard.
The Home Team - Small Based & Home Based Businesses
11:30 am, 4th Wednesday of each month
This is the place for those businesses that are run from home or the small business with one or two employees. Bring your own lunch and come ready to make new business contacts, offer and receive advice on how to be a successful home/small business, and learn about how the Chamber can help your business.