“Networking  can help you enhance your reputation, develop leads, and build ongoing, mutually beneficial business relationships. You might even make some new friends!” – Venice Chamber

The Venice Chamber of Commerce is an organization of business leaders who actively serve as advocates for the ever-growing Venice business community. Through dynamic networking events and diverse committees, we support the interests of area businesses and contribute to improving the vitality of the local economy; positioning Venice as the “creative soul” of Los Angeles. ​

Venice Paparazzi is proud to be members of the Venice Chamber of Commerce. This year marks Venice Paparazzi’s 15 years of  Venice Chamber membership, and 13 years of being on the Board of Directors.  We are also proud members of the LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce for the last 9 years.  .


Make Meaningful Business Relationships in Your Community.  Join the Venice Chamber!  Join a VCC Committee!

Here is a message from the Venice Chamber.  Our Chamber exists to make Venice a thriving area for people to do business. We have a number of committees that represent and serve the interests of our members and the community at large. Every Venice Chamber member is encouraged to get involved in one or more of these committees. When you participate, you will have the opportunity to cultivate deeper, more meaningful business relationships with active members, and increase your impact within the community.

Interested in joining the Chamber?



Venice Paparazzi at the 2012 Venice Chamber Installation


2017-2018 Venice Chamber of Commerce Installation. VeniceChamber.net. Photo by VenicePaparazzi.com

2017 photo:    Donna Lasman (Venice Chamber Executive Director), Lauren Pizer Mains (Senator Ben Allen – 26th CA Senate District),  Janet Turner (Congressman Ted Lieu – 33rd Congressional District),  Stephanie Cohen (Supervisor Sheila Kuehl), Edizen Stowell (VenicePaparazzi.com and VisitVeniceCA.com), Jill Pretsup (Venice Historical Society’), Taylor Bazely (L.A. City Field Deputy),  Elysa Voshell (Venice Arts), and  George Francisco (Venice Chamber President).   Missing from this photo: Brandon Stansell – Asm. Autumn R. Burke – 62nd Assembly District

For more Venice Chamber info., visit venicechamber.net​.


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