Learn about business-critical issues & create new business CONNECTIONS
Events are the best way for members of the Chamber to not only connect with other business professionals, but also to learn about business-critical issues currently happening in our city.
Events can also serve as a marketing opportunity. By becoming a Chamber event sponsor, your organization can gain exposure, and you can build lasting relationships with key business leaders. With a variety of opportunities available from the Annual Gala to Networking events, you can be sure you’re investing in programs that can specifically meet your company’s goals and help you generate awareness, reach your target audience, and boost your marketing efforts.
To learn more about how you can attend or sponsor Chamber events, contact Linda Corkill at email@example.com or call 210-229-2129.
An evening to honor the outgoing Chairman of the Board and his/her leadership team and introduce the incoming Chairman of the Board and leadership. This event includes a cocktail reception followed by dinner and entertainment.
SA to DC
Representatives from the city, county, and leading industries go to Washington, DC, with a unified voice to urge members of Congress, the administration, and military leaders in the Pentagon to address specific legislative needs and concerns of the South Central Texas region.
Celebrate America’s Military (CAM)
A series of community events in late October and early November that honors military service men and women and their families. CAM is the longest-running and largest celebration of its kind in the country. Annual Gala Celebrate America’s Military
During even-numbered years, the luncheon series features Texas’ U.S. Senators, and in odd-numbered years, the series features each of the state’s U.S. Representatives in Congress. These luncheons are a platform for you to present business priorities to our highest elected officials in Washington.
Industry leaders in the public, private, and military sectors convene to discuss partnership opportunities and the current cybersecurity environment. Topics may include potential cyber attacks, prevention measures, federal legislation, corporate policies, and workforce development.
Morning Mingle Networking Breakfasts
With such a hectic schedule, start your morning with a good meal and a great networking event, where you will leave with a complete list of the morning’s participants, including contact information.
The Chamber’s most prestigious award recognizes an individual who has forged new and innovative courses for the benefit of our region. Past recipients include Rick Perry, Dolph Briscoe, Ed Whitacre, Red McCombs, Kay Bailey Hutchison, and David Robinson.
Business Connections Mixer
Meet new business clients, reconnect with friends, and enjoy beverages and hors d’oeuvres provided by a different Chamber-member host each month.
United State of the City
The mayor of San Antonio highlights the city’s recent achievements and presents current and future priorities.
State of the County
The Bexar County Judge addresses the citizens in our region on recent accomplishments and upcoming projects.
Tribute to Women Business Leaders
This celebration honors women who embody leadership qualities which have driven not only their personal success, but also the success of those around them.
Military City USA Speaker Series
The military contributes more than $30B to San Antonio’s economy and provides unmeasurable benefits to our community. This series highlights military-related issues and happenings that are important to the business community.
Road To Session
To prepare us for the biennial Legislative Session, this series highlights key legislative leaders in a preview of what our lawmakers expect to address in the upcoming 85th Legislature.
San Antonio Cyber Cup
The Air Force Association annually hosts CyberPatriot – the nation’s largest youth cyber defense competition, and San Antonio is home to the largest number of middle and high school teams in the country. This event celebrates those students’ achievements and recognizes the top performing teams from San Antonio area schools.
“Think Talks” is a new series of discussions focused on workforce development and alignment among large systems of players including local ISDs and charter schools; institutions of higher education; employers; and policy makers at the local, state, and federal level.