Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce – Eau Claire, Wisconsin
The Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce, a not-for-profit business membership organization with more than 1,140 members, is the advocate of business striving to enhance and protect the business environment and the quality of life for the benefit of our members and the Eau Claire area. For the smallest organization to the largest business employers in the area, the Eau Claire Chamber offers networking
events, involvement in public affairs, marketing opportunities, educational programs and numerous other programs and services.
Featured Programs & Events
Interested sophmores in high school should submit applications for the 2012-2013 Youth Leadership Eau Claire class. More information>>
2012 Trips with the Chamber
The Board has announced that the Chamber will host a trip to Cuba in June 2012! More information on the trip to Cuba>>
The Chamber has finalized plans for trips to Switzerland and Austria in September 2012 and China in October 2012.
More information on Switzerland and Austria>> Join us for an informational meeting on Wednesday, January 11 at 5 p.m. Register online>>
More information on China>>
Visiting/Relocating to the Eau Claire, Wisconsin Area
For a fun-filled visit to Eau Claire, plan to stay at one of the many hotel or motels while you spend time dining out at one of the area restaurants, shopping throughout West Central Wisconsin’s retail center or enjoying one of the many choices
in entertainment and recreation. Or if you are looking to move to the Eau Claire area, there is a wide variety of choices for real estate, apartments and employment.
Eau Claire, Wisconsin – The Land of “Clear Water”
Eau Claire is located in the heart of West Central Wisconsin at the confluence of the Chippewa and Eau Claire rivers and approximately 90 miles east of Minneapolis/St.Paul. With a population of approximately 66,000, the city offers numerous reasons why it is a great place to live, work and play. Residents of Eau Claire enjoy the urban qualities of a healthy and diverse economy, high quality health
care, excellent schools, an abundance of retail shopping and numerous cultural and entertainment events. At the same time, they appreciate the comforts and conveniences of small town life – affordable housing,
friendly people and low crime.