- Business Advocacy
With his artist’s eye, Scott Langteau created a visually attractive front yard that took first prize for the First District in the 2019 Alhambra Beautiful Awards contest sponsored by the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce.
Just like last year, the 31st annual awards focused on Water Wise landscaping. The Chamber once again partnered with the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District and the City of Alhambra for the event.
Lunch & Learn is held from noon to 1:30 p.m. the third Thursday of the month at the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce, 104 S. First St.
Join more than 100 Alhambra business and community leaders for a day of golf and socializing Friday, Sept. 20, at Alhambra Golf Course, 630 S. Almansor St.
Viewers in the San Gabriel Valley can watch Crossings TV on Spectrum HD Channel 878 and SD Channel 346. Some viewers may find Crossings TV on Spectrum Channel 1519.
The 24th Annual Outstanding Business of the Year Award, presented by last year’s winner Evike Chang of Evike.com, went to Stephen Chan of GE Properties. The “Distinguished Community Service Award,” presented by Valarie Gomez, C.E.O. of the YMCA of West San Gabriel Valley, went to Joe Pavon of Al’s Towing.
Helen Romero Shaw, SoCal Gas, will be installed as president of the Alhambra Chamber Board of Directors June 7.
Mike McCollum has turned the 5,700-square-foot building into what is called co-working space. Co-working facilities offer access to professionally furnished offices without the cost of signing a lease, buying or leasing furniture, and the hassle of running an office.
The SBA Office of Advocacy advances the views and concerns of small business before Congress, the White House, federal courts, and state policy makers.
Proceeds from the tournament help fund the chamber’s annual scholarship program supporting graduating seniors at Alhambra’s high schools.
Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent John Palmieri will present "Cybercrime, Business E-mail Compromise, and Social Media Implications."
Southern California Edison will present this Lunch & Learn.
True financial health is based on four key components: spending, saving, borrowing, and planning.
Free to new members and those who have not attended before.
Learn how to reach an online audience to stay top-of-mind with potential customers.
Learn what the Chamber has to offer its members.
Knowing some simple tips to build an engaging website will not only gain more customers but can help you avoid painful and unneeded lawsuits.
Join local businesses for the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce's monthly Business to Business networking event.