Who We Are


The Industry Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1962. In January of 1970, the Chamber expanded to include the Industry Manufacturers Council (IMC) whose members and officers were comprised of representatives of business firms located within the City. In 2018, the Industry Manufacturers Council transitioned to the Industry Business Council (IBC). The IBC rebranded itself to offer members a stronger voice in the City of Industry and the regional economy of the San Gabriel Valley. This new phase gives members the opportunity to take advantage of the network within the IBC and participate in events that are tailored to the interests of its members.

The Industry Business Council is a non-profit, action-oriented professional business organization serving the needs of its members. The IBC not only serves the community but work to increase the visibility of its members and businesses to boost profits throughout the City and region. IBC members receive a variety of benefits that range from membership plaques, features on the IBC business directory, and invitations to IBC sponsored executive luncheons among other perks. Memberships are tailored to fit the needs of each business and provide businesses a voice in the City and the region. 

Serving the Community:

The Industry Business Council is always happy to give back to the community by sponsoring events that benefit the local community.

The IBC, along with the City of Industry are proud to support Community Kids Day that precedes the Industry Hills Charity Pro Rodeo giving students from the local schools a first glance of the Pro Rodeo. Community Kids day offers free admission to teachers and students from grades 3-5 from over a dozen regional school districts that include Hacienda La Puente Unified, Walnut Valley Unified, Bassett Unified, and Rowland Heights Unified. To learn more about the Pro Rodeo visit Industry Hills Pro Rodeo.

Focus on Growth:

The IBC is focused on growing its business membership and presence in the region by being actively involved with local and state representatives and ensuring that our business community is properly represented by becoming an effective economic and political force.