• Welcome to the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce


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  • Highlights

  • Breaking News for YOU

  • $270k in Grant Funding for Mercer Island Businesses and Nonprofits

    The City of Mercer Island recognizes that the COVID-19 Pandemic has had a significant adverse impact on many of the Island’s small businesses and nonprofits. As part of the recovery effort, the City is offering one-time grants to these organizations.The Mercer Island COVID-19 Relief for Small Businesses Grant Program will assist organizations who have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic, including those organizations that were required to modify or close operations per the guidelines outlined in Governor Inslee’s Safe Start Washington Plan and other COVID-19 related mandates. With this grant program, we hope Island businesses and nonprofits can remain open, retain/hire employees, and stay in business to continue serving the Mercer Island community. The program is funded entirely by CARES Act federal stimulus funds provided by the U.S. Department of Treasury to the State of Washington.

    The application opens Wednesday, October 21, 2020, at 9:00am, and closes Thursday, October 29, 2020, at 5:00pm.

    All detail can be found here, including program details, qualifying expenses,and eligibility criteria.

  • Chamber Member Events & Activities

  • Mercer Island Chamber Events

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  • Mercer Island Chamber - Virtual Networking Lunch

    Wednesday, October 21 | 12:00 - 1:00 pm

    Join your fellow MI Chamber members for a virtual networking lunch.

    Registration is free

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  • Chamber Speaker Event - Webinar Format

    Thursday, November 5 | 12 - 1 pm

    Join us to hear from the new leadership at Mercer Island Youth & Family Services. We'll be joined by Cynthia Daste, the new executive director, and Jim Schwab, their board president. They will share with us where MIYFS is today, during the pandemic, where they are looking to go and how our community can jump in an help those in need.

  • Webinars & Workshops & More

  • Retail Advocates Virtual Town Hall

    Tuesday, October 27 | 11:00 - 1:00 pm

    Live Discussion Panels: Engage with policy experts from NRF and your state retail association on curated topics that affect small businesses.

    Conversations with Lawmakers: Congressional delegation and targeted leadership from each state will participate in discussions and answer questions from retail attendees.

    Recognizing Retail Advocates: Celebrate small business owners who actively support their community and represent our industry. Thank members of Congress that work to support retail businesses and retail workers.

    The Future of Commuting

    Tuesday, October 27 | 2:00 - 3:00 pm

    Our region’s economic recovery may be advancing in fits and starts but traffic volumes on our region’s motorways have rebounded to near normal and the congestion that plagues Puget Sound travelers has returned in all the usual locations. Even as the hazards of the “new normal” have motivated thousands of commuters to abandon public transit, the people of this region need options that don’t involve endless hours lost to inadequate transportation infrastructure. So what does the future of commuting look like? Join us to hear.


    To support and foster the growth, development and advancement of the businesses of Mercer Island

    while promoting Mercer Island as a special place to do business, live, work and play.

    ♦ Represent YOUR business on regulation, public policy, community affairs and small business issues ♦ Help promote the economic vitality of Mercer Island through advocacy, leadership and community building events ♦ Facilitate community partnerships to philanthropy, volunteerism and community involvement ♦ Provide referral and networking opportunities; help develop strategic partnerships between member businesses ♦ Host monthly luncheons with speakers of local and regional interest ♦ Publish a bi-monthly newsletter of Chamber and community news ♦ Host community events that bring people and businesses to the island ♦ Serve as information center, offering maps and demographic information about the island ♦ Recognize exceptional achievements of the business community ♦ Provide advertising and sponsorship opportunities ♦ Introduce new businesses to the community through ribbon cutting ceremonies

  • Please Support Our Platinum Circle Members

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