Business Roundtables with Elected Officials

Converse with policymakers in a small group setting

  • About

    The Seattle Metro Chamber’s business roundtable series connects elected officials with local business owners in their district to facilitate productive, organic conversations around topics impacting neighborhood businesses and their community. These small roundtables (35 or fewer participants) are held over breakfast or lunch, and are organized in partnership with neighborhood business organizations.


  • Why attend

    Why attend? You will:

    1. Speak directly with elected officials in a small group setting
    2. Learn about upcoming policies
    3. Engage on community business issues and discuss topics impacting your neighborhood
    4. Meet other business operators in your neighborhood
    5. Enjoy breakfast or lunch near your place of work
  • Who attends
    1. Business owners and key contacts of member companies of the Seattle Metro Chamber (Invitations are targeted to businesses based on location.)
    2. Seattle City Councilmembers, state legislators, and other elected officials

  • What past attendees have to say
    • “Good first event- looking forward to participating in the future- liked the coming together of diverse district 2 groups- SODO & Rainier Valley."

    • “Have been to several of these and find them useful. Not often you get a chunk of time with councilmembers.”
  • Get more involved

    If you’re interested in participating in a future roundtable in your neighborhood, please contact the Seattle Metro Chamber’s Policy and Outreach Manager, Kyla Shkerich and include your Seattle City Council district information.

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Learn more, contact:
Aarti Khanna at (206) 389-7244
Want to get more exposure at the Business Issues Forum?

Contact Monica Fouts 
at (206) 389-7303

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