See answers to your most common questions about SCWCC.
Membership Frequently Asked Questions
Since 1993, we have been an integral part of the Colorado Springs business community. The Women’s Chamber remains committed to helping our members and the business community by driving economic development and stimulating business growth, while advocating on political and business issues that impact women in the business community.
All of our members are offered opportunities in business through education, connections, partnering and mentoring.
Joining the SCWCC is your #1 strategic business decision and an effective partnering opportunity.
A national survey* of 2,000 adults showed that being active in a local chamber of commerce is an effective business strategy, as two-thirds of consumers believe such companies use good business practices, are reputable, care about their customers, and are involved in the community.
* The study was conducted by The Schapiro Group, an Atlanta-based strategic consulting firm. It was commissioned by the American Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE), in cooperation with the Western Association of Chamber Executives.
Business Statistics for El Paso County
According to the Census Bureau, in 2012 there were 54,247 businesses in El Paso County. Of those, 26,903 were owned by men and 20,043 by women.