Culver City Chamber commemerates centennial with aesthetic updates


The Culver City Chamber of Commerce has launched a new site to commemorate their Centennial year of service. The new website features the latest technology, infrastructure, and responsiveness, which improves membership participation, engagement, and ease of use. The website offers valuable content that elevates the Culver City business community:  

Find a Business—Use the state-of-the-art business directory to search for local businesses. 

About the Chamber—Find timely and relevant information about the Chamber’s mission statement, Staff, Board of Directors, Job Board, as well as pertinent News & Community Information. 

Event Calendar—Search for current events, including industry-related webinars, local and regional discussions, City & County briefings, business solutions, and relationship-building opportunities. 

COVID-19 Business Resource Center—Discover the latest resources to support businesses through this unprecedented pandemic and the upcoming recovery. 

Advocacy—Get involved with Local and State legislation to grow your business. 

Member Portal—Seamlessly transition from the website to the customized member portal to update profile, list job openings, post news releases, and connect with other Chamber members. 

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce is a Catalyst for business growth and expansion, Connector of people, resources, and ideas, Champion of a strong community. Striving to align with the Chamber’s mission, the website allows the Chamber to connect visitors with important resources while also championing the many attributes that make Culver City successful.

Furthermore, the website’s layout and content ensure that the Chamber promotes the commercial and economic vitality of Culver City and fosters civic improvements that benefit the general welfare of those who live, work and visit here. 

“As we celebrate our Centennial, I felt that this was a great time to improve our website – our Chief Marketing vessel – to be more congruent with the work that we do in the community for businesses, for our city, and our region. This responsive site does that and more and is the first of our three-pronged marketing refresh.” Said Colin Diaz, President & CEO of Culver City Chamber. 

“In the subsequent months, we will be rolling out a companion website, discover, which will cater to our Eat, Shop, Stay and Play membership, and will serve as a real-time way-finder for residents and tourists alike. 

Following that rollout will be an interactive mobile app that ties all this together and takes many of the great connective and access-based benefits of the Chamber and places it at your fingertips.” 

The Chamber website and the coming companion site and app were created by Culver City Chamber member, DigiCal Web design. DigiCal’s decades of experience and work with multiple chambers of commerce led to a swift and smooth transition. 

“This was one of our quickest websites because of the responsiveness and knowledge of the Chamber staff. We rolled out some fun and intuitive features on the website and look forward to the Culver City community enjoying it,” said Ross Gile, founder/Owner of DigiCal.

Culver City Chamber commemerates centennial with aesthetic updates