• About the Chamber

  • Core Competencies

    Building a Strong Local Economy
    The Malibu Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to helping local companies grow their businesses by taking the lead in programs to create a strong local economy. The Chamber holds several events that directly impact the economic progress of the city, such as the Malibu Arts Festival held annually.

    Promoting the Community
    The Malibu Chamber promotes the community by assisting businesses to grow and develop, participating in efforts to improve our quality of life, and advocating our community as a great place for people to live and do business. The Chamber hosts several events which bring the Malibu community closer together and highlight our unique lifestyle. Some of our events contributing to a strong “sense of community” are the Malibu Arts Festival, Zero Impact Malibu, Veterans Day Celebration, Mayor’s Luncheon and more throughout the year. The networking opportunities provided by the Malibu Chamber give members the chance to interact with other business professionals and exchange ideas and referrals. The Chamber’s Malibu Networking Breakfasts and Luncheons, and Malibu Sunset Networking Mixers provide excellent networking opportunities in a relaxed, social environment.

    Representing the Interests of Business to Government
    The Malibu Chamber works year-round on your behalf to ensure local and state elected officials are educated on the impact their decisions will have on our economy. We communicate our concerns to legislation and the business community through the Malibu Chamber News, e-mail and fax alerts, and editorials in local newspapers.

    Engaging in Political Action
    The Malibu Chamber positions itself “in the heart” of politics by working with City Council members and taking positions on state and local ballot measures. It is the Chamber’s job to analyze the impact each issue will have on local businesses, and to relay this information to our members and the community.

    Legislative/Environmental Advocacy
    The Malibu Networking Breakfasts feature government representatives to whom you may express your views and learn first hand information. The Chamber represents your business and fights for pro-business legislation on your behalf from City Hall to Sacramento. Through the Chamber’s Environmental Committee, the Chamber actively promotes ways to make Malibu ‘green’ and provide information to the public.

  • New Members

     
  • HOW TO HOST YOUR OWN WEBINARS

    ZOOM INTO BUSINESS - Learn how to host a Zoom webinar for YOUR business!

    GOOGLE HANGOUTS - More cost-effective alternative to ZOOM 

    Also, there are other programs for your webinars - some of them are EZTalks Webinar, Skype,

    Still others charge a monthly fee, like GoToMeeting

  • Senator Henry Stern's Business Resource Guide

     

  • Events

     

  • Interested in Sponsoring an event?
    Email: connections@malibu.org to take advantage of advertising opportunities!

     

  • California State Treasurer Fiona Ma's CalCap Assistance for Small Businesses


     

     
     
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  • BUSINESS OWNERS:  STATE REQUIRES EMPLOYERS TO PROVIDE EMPLOYEES WITH MEDICAL GRADE MASKS, AND YOU CAN ACQUIRE THEM AT NO OR LOW COST

    The LA County Department of Public Health (LADPH) updated its Health Officer Order on March 22, 2022 to lift mask requirements in most venues outside of health facilities.  Employers still need to follow OSHA guidelines and offer well fitting medical grade N95, or KN95, KF94 or respirators to employees who work indoors and have contact with other workers, customers or members of the public.

    FREE PPE packages, including N95 masks, are available through PPE Unite at http://www.ppeunite.org or by calling (747)224-7742. The City of Los Angeles also has low-cost N95 masks available for purchase at http://www.lovla.org

    Also, employers are required to report any cluster of worksite COVID-19 cases. A cluster is when three (3) or more laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 are known or reported at the worksite within a 14-day period. Reports to LAC DPH should be made as soon as possible and no later than 48 hours after reports or knowledge of at least three cases. Report to LAC DPH online or by phone: 1-888-397-3993.

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