Chamber Net is a local Chamber of Commerce, established in Austin, Texas to promote economic growth by connecting Texas' corporations with import companies all over the world. The Chamber helps Texas' export companies building strong business relations to expand their trade and explore new possible markets. We offer comprehensive research and reports about the economic climate in Texas major cities and counties, such as Austin, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso. ChamberNet Maryland prides itself for being the first Chamber of Commerce in the United States that adopts a fully electronic certification system that offers the importing companies/ governments an effective method to verify the authenticity of the Chamber's stamp. Additionally, the chamber provides a dynamic platform that enables customers to share their experience dealing with US corporations and to post their reviews and opinions about companies.
Our resources are not only available to our members. In fact, we offer assistance for exporters in all of the 5 states in which we are located to provide certification services for Invoice, Certificate of of origin, Packing List, and any other required export documents.
ChamberNet has the experience to educate and advise manufacturers and exporters how to export under a letter of credit, how to prepare an international contract, and to explain the process of obtaining any required attestation, certification, authentication, or legalization of their documents.
Texas economy is ranked second biggest in the United States, only behind California. In Texas, there are 121 of the 1,000 largest public and private companies in the U.S. , including giant corporations like AT&T , ExxonMobil and Dell. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has greatly benefits Texas cities according to analysis report released by the Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF). According to the TPPF analysis, Texas has increased exports to Canada and Mexico by up to $16 billion since 1993 when NAFTA was enacted and, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC), The North American Free Trade Agreement has created over 190,000 export related jobs.
Austin, the capital of Texas and the seat of Travis county. Located in Central Texas and the home of numerous lakes and rivers.
Houston is NASA's official visitor center and offers spacecrafts, simulators and astronaut ephemera. Its population of 2.1 million.
It comprises three districts: cultural, stockyard and Sundance square. Fort Worth is the fifth largest city in Texas with a population of 741,000.
It is the headquarters of one Fortune 500 and three publicly traded companies, home to the Medical Center of the Americas, the only medical research and care provider complex in West Texas.
The city is located in North Central Texas and covers nearly 350 square miles (910 km2). The 2015 census estimates, Fort Worth has a population of 833,319.
Austin area is recognizzed around Texas for its advanced manufacturing, digital media tecnology, clean energy and data management.
ChamberNet is a national network of local chambers of commerce extending all across the United States providing U.S. corporations, exporters and forwarders with comprehensive economic research about international markets. Headquartered in Washington DC, with an additional (5) branches in Texas, New York, California, Florida and Maryland, ChamberNet aims to enhance the American economy by building strong relations between American businesses and international importing countries. We take pride in being the first Chamber of Commerce in the United States to adopt a fully electronic certification system offering private and governmental importing officials an effective method for verification of the authenticity of ChamberNet's stamp. ChamberNet also provides a dynamic platform for customers to share their experiences with US companies by posting their reviews.
A Local Chamber of Commerce in Austin
700 Lavaca, Suite 1400
Austin, TX 78701
Tel: (512) 808-0888