Business Assistance Program
Commerce is home to over 1,800 businesses. As such, business assistance, attraction, retention and expansion are major objectives of the City. In addition to the resources identified previously, Commerce recognizes that partnering with various agencies and entities can often make the difference to a business's success. Commerce has the following partnerships that can assist businesses with many of their needs.
Commerce Industrial Council Chamber of Commerce
Commerce Industrial Council, the official Chamber of Commerce for the City of Commerce, is an excellent resource and link to information, innovative ideas and exclusive opportunities. Their members are as diverse as the community itself, representing businesses and industries of all sizes. Together, they help shape the City’s dynamic business environment, creating wealth in the community, and making the City a great place to live and work.
You may also learn more about the Commerce Industrial Council
Los Angeles Community Development Commission
The CDC serves the County of Los Angeles as an Affordable Housing and Community and Economic Development Agency. The CDC's wide-ranging programs benefit residents and business owners in unincorporated County areas and in various incorporated cities that participate in different CDC programs (these cities are called "participating cities").
You may also learn more about the Los Angeles Community Development Commission
L.A. County Economic Development Corporation
Founded in 1981, the LAEDC was created by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to implement LA County’s economic development program through land development, project financing and marketing activities.
To find out more about visit the L.A. County Economic Development Corporation's website.
U.S. Small Business Administration
The U.S. Small Business Administration provides programs and services to help businesses start, grow and succeed. Visit their website
for additional information.