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Small businesses employ nearly half the entire American workforce and represent 43.5% of America’s GDP. As we have for over a century, the U.S. Chamber represents the full spectrum of the American business community. And like America, where most businesses are small businesses, the vast majority of our members—90%—are small businesses and state and local chambers of commerce.

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Regional finalists will be celebrated at a ceremony at the U.S. Chamber's headquarters in Washington, D.C., where one will be named America’s Top Small Business and win a $25,000 cash prize. Applications for America's Top Small Business 2023 close on July 21.

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How The Chamber Advocates for Small Business

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All across America, small and medium-sized exporters are flourishing, selling their products to international customers, gaining market share—and creating jobs. Here are three of them.

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The last time the Small Business Administration (SBA) was formally reauthorized by Congress was over two decades ago and the vast majority of small businesses support reauthorization. The 118th Congress can get it done.

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Showcase: Innovative Small Businesses

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The Chamber’s Prompt Pay Pledge is asking companies to pay small business suppliers and vendors faster. Our VP of Small Business Policy explains why it’s important for the economy.

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Industry leaders share best practices and cybersecurity strategies for small business owners looking to partner with big businesses.

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Become a member

U.S. Chamber members range from the small businesses and local chambers of commerce that line the Main Streets of America to leading industry associations and large corporations.

Learn more about how your business can become a member.


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