Our members benefit from our training sessions, seminars, coaching initiatives and by having access to our many partners. Collaborations with our partners and members raise the quality of networking and coaching that we provide.
The El Paso Chamber’s procurement program helps local member businesses connect with and prepare competitive bids for the City of El Paso, the County of El Paso, the Independent School Districts, and Fort Bliss.
The El Paso Chamber’s Mentorship Network connects large businesses with small ones to grow El Paso’s business community together.
The El Paso Chamber is committed to providing our members with access to high-quality educational opportunities. Our online database through Coursera features thousands of self-paced, on-demand, targeted courses from top universities and companies. As part of our efforts to support recovery and build resilience during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we are offering free access to Coursera.
In alignment with the El Paso Chamber’s ongoing commitment to transforming business and improving lives, we cover members’ tuition costs for the Quality Texas Foundation’s Pioneer Level training. The trainings are based on the Baldridge Criteria for Performance Excellence, a method that helps organizations improve their efficacy, and are applicable to businesses, hospitals, schools, government agencies, and non-profits alike.
Promote your manufacturing capabilities on CONNEX El Paso, a database tool to help you connect to new customers and strengthen your supply chain. This tool is available through the Innovation Network for Manufacturers, powered by UTEP-Aerospace Center, UTEP-W.M. Keck Center for 3D Innovation, the El Paso Chamber, the City of El Paso and the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining.