The Regional Business Coalition of Metropolitan Atlanta (RBC) is a not-for-profit association of over a dozen local Chambers of Commerce throughout the metro Atlanta region. Membership in the RBC is limited to a maximum of three representatives from each Chamber of Commerce; the Chamber president and two appointees (typically the chairman of the Chamber and government affairs committee chair). Public memberships in the RBC are not available. However, corporate sponsors can attend all RBC meetings as non-voting members. The RBC operates on dues revenues from the member Chambers as well as corporate sponsorships.
Each year, the RBC, in conjunction with all local metro Atlanta Chambers of Commerce, adopts a legislative agenda that outlines the core legislative issues agreed upon by the local Chambers of Commerce. The RBC focuses primarily on three key public policy issues: transportation, air quality and water quality.