PPE Assistance Available

As businesses prepare to reopen, having proper PPE for your team is critical. The Chamber is helping to connect companies selling PPE with companies that need PPE.


Learn about free PPE kits for Detroit-based small businesses with 2-50 employees from Detroit Means Business.

Chamber Return-to-Work Survey: Businesses Ready to Welcome Employees Back in 2020

The Detroit Regional Chamber called on regional business leaders to share their thoughts on this process to help inform the creation of productive resources for employers, as well as inform policymakers on the needs of businesses amid reopening.

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Ford Resumes Construction On Michigan Central Station Development

Mary Culler, chief of staff, Office of the Executive Chairman; president, Ford Motor Company Fund; and director, Michigan Central Station Development gave an update to the business community on how Ford has pivoted its strategy in Corktown due to COVID-19.

The Chamber In The News

Featured: Chamber To Provide 5,000 Masks To Small Business Members In Need Through UniFirst Partnership


Detroit Regional Chamber Announces Plans For 2020 Events, Will Not Convene In-Person Gatherings Of 50+ This Year

Automotive Restart

COVID-19 has disrupted operations for Michigan’s automotive industry, and transitioning to the “new normal” post-pandemic will not be easy. View resources for automotive OEMs and suppliers on how to prepare to restart operations safely and cost-effectively while prioritizing the health of employees.

Healthy Restart

As companies transition employees back into the workplace, safety and mental health are top of mind. Learn more about strategies to help employers navigate reopening businesses during COVID-19.

Job Board for Displaced Workers

The Detroit Regional Chamber is connecting workers displaced by the COVID-19 outbreak. Several organizations are hiring large numbers of employees.

View and Submit: Metro Detroit Restaurant Updates

These local restaurants are all running promotions to have one common purpose: to help our neighbors find a business that meets their needs.