The Chamber’s Business Advocacy team works hard to protect employers from increasing business costs, support the progress of new industries and sectors, and create an environment that will attract new business, promote competition and stimulate expansion of the private sector to provide increased employment opportunities.
The Business Advocacy team also coordinates educational forums, legislative trainings, public policy events, and opportunities to interface with government and business leaders. Check out our calendar of events.
Read about the advantages of doing business in Hawaii.
The Hawaii Chamber Political Action Committee (ChamberPAC) was established to actively support state and local candidates who share the principals and priorities outlined in the Chamber’s Legislative Agenda. The PAC is an independent, autonomous organization that is not affiliated with any political party or candidate. The organization is non-partisan in its selection of candidates. ChamberPAC does not contribute to candidates based on their party affiliation or ideology. It contributes to those candidates who support issues and positions favorable to business and Hawaii’s economy.
To contact the Chamber’s Business Advocacy Department, please
email or call (808) 380-2607.