Representing the Lynchburg Virginia MSA
Since 1883, the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance, formerly the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce has worked to promote regional economic growth and to enhance the quality of life for all citizens of the Lynchburg region.
The Alliance has been accredited since 1973, and recognized nationally with a select number of Chambers for our 20+ Year U.S. Chamber of Commerce Accreditation and Five-Star Rating since 2006.
The Alliance represents Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford and Campbell Counties; the Towns of Altavista, Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford and Brookneal; and the City of Lynchburg.
Creating a region where businesses and individuals thrive.
To lead regional economic development through:
- Enhancing the Business Climate
- Cultivating Talent
- Generating Jobs & Investment
- Promoting our Brand & Image Globally.
The Alliance focuses on promoting entrepreneurial start-ups, business expansion and retention, and new job creation; advocacy; workforce development; connecting people and businesses; community, minority, and small business development; and the cultivation of local and regional leadership.
In 2016, the Alliance combined the longstanding work of the Lynchburg Regional Chamber and the Region 2000 Business & Economic Alliance. This merger brought the 130 year old Chamber of Commerce and our region economic development entity under one roof.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement
The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance values diversity and practices inclusion. We endeavor to ensure diversity, equity and inclusion is an integral part of all aspects of operations and strategic initiatives. As part of this charge, the Alliance works continually to allow every possible advantage for economic prosperity.
The Alliance achieves this by:
- Advocating for economic inclusion
- Facilitating minority business growth and development
- Championing and equipping diverse leaders through our leadership development programs
- Encouraging and providing leadership and resources to our membership. It is our hope that by doing so, they can then create diversity, equity and inclusion programs and initiatives at their own organizations.