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Connecting the Business Community

Our 3,000+ member companies unlock opportunities to earn recognition, develop professionally and deepen their connection to the community.

Pursuing Economic Development

We work tirelessly to attract new investments and jobs to the region. When business expands and the workforce grows, we all win.

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Advocating for Pro-Business Climate

We advocate for a strong business climate that fosters a thriving business community and a prosperous region.

We are all stronger together and the support of the Greater Omaha Chamber has been amazing. Strong, locally-based businesses are so vital to the health of a community’s economy and to keeping the best and brightest in the area. We are proud to be members of the Greater Omaha Chamber.

Stephanie Bradley

Marketing Manager, Kugler Vision

Applications Now Being Accepted for Leadership Omaha Class 44

Leadership Omaha is one of the longest running professional development programs at the Greater Omaha Chamber. Launched in 1978, the program seeks to develop effective leaders who will strengthen and transform the community. Applications are now being accepted for the next class.

Winsley Durand
Greater Omaha Worklab

GrOW Helps Improve Employee Wellbeing

It’s hard for employees to leave their life at the door when they get to work. Every day struggles, such as finances, relationships, health and/or mental health can follow them to work and make their day more difficult. GrOW (Greater Omaha Worklab) helps change that with on-site Community Navigators.

Our Numbers Speak for Themselves

Omaha’s low cost of living and high quality of life is the winning combo that attracts talent and commerce. With a diverse business community of more than 45,000 companies, we’re a region that excels at exceeding expectations.

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When you look at the state of Nebraska, some of the economic policies and programs they have were certainly meaningful when it came to the overall evaluation of whether it made sense to locate this $600 million facility in Papillion, The Nebraska Department of Revenue was an excellent partner in helping us think through locating a site of this magnitude in a state like Nebraska and ultimately in the city of Papillion.

Dan Harbeke

Regional Head of Public Policy and External Affairs, Google

Upcoming Events

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Networking Events & Leadership Series

We host 60+ networking events each year. That’s lots of chances for you to make professional connections with potential business partners or clients.

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