Since 1936, The Midlothian Chamber has been a vibrant organization in our community that helps area businesses connect, grow, lead, and succeed. The Chamber is an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)6 membership organization with over 400 businesses. The Chamber’s membership ranges from a locally based publicly traded company to home based businesses just starting out. The Chamber’s members operate in retail, medical, financial services, manufacturing, and a variety of other industries that are based in our community. Though located in Midlothian, the Chamber’s membership extends to Mansfield, Cedar Hill and throughout Ellis County.
The Chamber hosts several networking events for its members that allow area businesses to connect and work together. Member networking events include luncheons, mixers, annual awards dinner, and auction. The Chamber also hosts several large community events including the Wine & Arts Festival, and Ellis County Market. These public events help to connect area businesses with our residents. The events are well attended and help unify the Midlothian community.
Midlothian Economic Development partners with the Chamber and its Education Committee. Through the Education Committee, the Midlothian community has access to targeted training courses, seminars, breakfast events, and business plan competition. Through these events, industry experts and education professionals from Navarro College and Tarleton State University share insights that help our businesses operate, grow, and expand.
If you are a Midlothian area business or considering relocating to Midlothian, we encourage you to connect with the Midlothian Chamber. Visit the Chamber’s website to learn more.