• Welcome to the Chamber Website

  • Promoting Walnut Creek

  • Creating a strong local economy

  • Providing networking and business contacts

  • Representing business to government

  • Advocates for business through effective political action

  • 1 EBWC Sponsorship Opportunites
  • 2 2016 EBWC: Power of Possible
  • 3 November 28 is Small Business Saturday!
  • 4 #WhatWouldYouDo?
  • 5 Be Seen at the Coolest Place in the East Bay
  • 6 The Chamber is hiring!
  • EBWC Sponsorship Opportunites

    It's the most anticipated Women's Conference in the Bay Area! The East Bay Women's Conference is on Monday, March 7, 2016. Don't miss this amazing sponsorship opportunity!
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  • 2016 EBWC: Power of Possible

    The East Bay Women's Conference is celebrating eleven years of excellence on Monday, March 7, 2016. Presented by the Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau, in conjunction with John Muir Health
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  • November 28 is Small Business Saturday!

    Last year, 88 million people showed up to Shop Small® on Small Business Saturday®. This year could be even bigger. STEP UP FOR YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD—Support Small Businesses in Walnut Creek. Find participating businesses here.
  • #WhatWouldYouDo?

    The Chamber’s Education Committee will pose this question to a group of middle school students as they ask each other “What Would You Do?” to a series of timely ethical scenarios. Thank you to our sponsors, Walnut Creek Presbyterian Church, Halstrom Academy, Fusion Academy and Pancoast Pizza.
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  • Be Seen at the Coolest Place in the East Bay

    Walnut Creek on Ice will welcome skaters beginning November 11, 2015 and continue daily through January 18, 2016.
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  • The Chamber is hiring!

    The Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau is a high profile nonprofit organization that works to build a strong local economy, promotes the community, provides networking opportunities, engages in political action, and conducts major regional events, and we are looking for enthusiastic and creative individuals to join our team.
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Upcoming Events

  • Chamber Spotlight

    Coming to Walnut Creek on Ice on Tuesday, December 1 from 7 to 8 p.m., the two-pianist act of Paolo Alderighi and Stephanie Trick, who concertize together in four hands on one piano. Their music ranges from classic jazz, stride, boogie-woogie to ragtime. With their enthusiasm and passion for classic jazz, Paolo and Stephanie hope to make a small contribution to spreading the joy of this music. Learn more about them at www.paoloandstephanie.com
  • Member Spotlight

    Yours Humanly Debuts Redesigned Logo & Branding

    To communicate its expanded mission and more clearly position its brand in the nonprofit environment, Yours Humanly, a Northern California-based agency that serves underprivileged children in Nepal, Cambodia, India, and the United States, has announced the launch of its redesigned logo with the new tagline, “Educating Children. Enriching Lives.” For the full press release, click Read More.
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  • Member Spotlight

    Take a Black Friday Hike on Mount Diablo!

    The Mount Diablo Interpretive Association joins REI in #OptOutside – skip the shopping, enjoy the hiking.

    MDIA offers free, guided, family-friendly Black Friday and Thanksgiving Weekend hikes as they embrace REI’s bold move to #OptOutside.

    Photo credit: View from Eagle Peak by Megan Madahar
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New Members

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  • Atria Walnut Creek Ribbon Cutting

    Chamber Ambassadors join the staff and residents of Atria Walnut Creek as they celebrate their grand reopening with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Visit Atria Senior Living
  • BASH

    The “Happy New Year” BASH will be hosted by F&M Bank, 1990 N. California Blvd, Ste. 100, Walnut Creek, on Thursday, January 28 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. For more information click here
  • Fashionknit Ribbon Cutting

    Sweaters and scarves adorn Jeanine Johnson's Ygnacio Valley Rd store, fashionknit, where a dazzling array of yarn in different colors greets visitors. For more information, click here
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