The Borderplex Alliance is a private, non-profit corporation funded mostly by businesses in the North American Borderplex region. This allows them to serve as a confidential, no-fee consultant to business and industry who are contemplating the expansion or relocation of their operations to the region.
The Greater Las Cruces Chamber is a membership-based business advocacy and networking organization that represents more than 900 businesses, employing more than 25,000 employees in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. Small business makes up approximately 85 percent of Chamber membership, which mirrors the overall Las Cruces area business community. The mission of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce is to provide valuable services to its members, enhance and sustain the economy, promote the community and serve as the leading voice and public policy advocate for business in the Greater Las Cruces region.
The Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce was established in 1899 and is a non-profit organization, 501-c6 that is focused on enhancing the business community in El Paso. We are the “VOICE” for El Paso business that is opportunity focused, integrity based, supporting community and military partnerships to enhance the economic prosperity of the region.
Your El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has remained an effective organization for 21 years because of its efforts to serve the ever-evolving small, minority and women owned business community in the Border Area.
For more than 70 years, Operation Noel has looked out for some of our area’s neediest children. The charity has evolved over the years, but its primary mission today is to provide new winter coats to more than 19,000 children in the region whose families cannot afford to buy the coats for them. This is possible through community donations both individual and corporate.
ZiaVelo Cycling exists to promote a healthy lifestyle and an arena for competitive road, cyclocross, and mountain biking; recreational cycling; and cycling education in Southern New Mexico and West Texas. “The Zia believed that with life came four sacred obligations: development of a strong body, a clear mind, a pure spirit and devotion to the welfare of people/family.”