Benefits of Membership

Why Join RMICC?

We have numerous opportunities to help your business grow as the RMICC will be a conduit for your business for commercial, government and tribal accounts. If diversity is important for your corporation, government agency or tribal economic arms, the RMICC will be your conduit to reach Native owned companies.

Get Involved

Membership benefits:

  • Numerous networking opportunities
  • Event participation
  • Webinars
  • Help navigating various business challenges
  • The ability to greatly help Native students
  • Increased visibility for your business
  • Opportunity to promote your events or business on our website
  • A member listing on our website, giving you further help in growing your business
  • A bridge to numerous, mutually beneficial entities such as government organizations, other small businesses, large­ corporations, and numerous individual subject-matter experts
  • Benefits from Chamber promotions to travelers, visitors, and those considering relocation

Member Levels

Small Business / Non-Profits: Less than 25 employees - $300

  • Free entry for 2 to Business Resource Luncheons
  • Member pricing to Networking Events
  • Member pricing to Coalition Events
  • Listing in our Business Directory (Basic Profile)

Small Business/Non-Profits:  25-50 Employees - $1200

  • Two (x2) one-on-one advisement sessions per year (strategy planning)
  • Free entry for 2 to Business Resource Luncheons
  • Member pricing to Coalition Events
  • Listing in our Business Directory

Large Business/Non-Profits: More than 50 Employees, Alaskan ANC’s and Tribes - $5000

  • E-blast inclusion/Listing
  • Unlimited entry for employees/Students at Business Resource Luncheons
  • Premium profile comes with Web Banners on homepage & Newsletter inclusion
  • Indian Biz Expo x2 All Day tickets
  • Golf Foursome, event promo inclusion
  • American Indian Achievement Awards x 10tix
  • Custom Program

Corporate sponsorship opportunities

If you would like information on becoming one of our corporate sponsors, please contact us. We will set up a meeting with senior leadership from our Board of Directors. They will listen to your goals, share insights about the work the Chamber does, and most importantly, they will tailor a membership package to fit within your budgetary guidelines. Sponsorships are crucial in helping the Chamber sustain its efforts in helping Native-owned businesses and the ongoing higher education of Native students.

How Can You Further Participate?

It takes a great deal of help from our volunteers to keep the Chamber running. Your participation is immeasurable, and highly valued, if you would like to participate further, simply contact the Chamber, or a board member directly. We welcome all volunteers.