Get the Most Out of Your Membership

The Chamber and its family of organizations can be an invaluable tool for you and your organization. By getting involved, you can take advantage of the connections and leads waiting for you at the Chamber. In 2019, we held 53 events that brought together more than 9,700 people and helped close $65 million in business leads.

Chamber Orientation is the best way to get up to speed on all we have to offer – whether you’re a new member or have been around the Chamber a long time. We recently revamped our orientation to create a series of sessions that offer you the chance to go in depth on areas of the Chamber that interest you. You choose how you engage – whether you want to join us for the entire series or choose the sessions that matter most to you.


Chamber Orientation
3:30 to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays, Feb. 12 to March 11
at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
Complimentary for All Members



  • Orientation – Feb. 12
    From policy representation and engagement, to economic growth, to leadership development, to small business support, the Chamber family works together to create a simple but powerful organizational purpose: to make your business and our community more successful. Meet members and staff and understand where you can plug in to reach your goals.
  • Orientation: Public Affairs – Feb. 19
    Public policy impacts every business – and the Chamber team is here to advocate for the business community. Get to know more about current policy discussions and find out how you can engage.
  • Orientation: Metro Denver EDC – Feb. 26
    The Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation is Colorado’s largest private economic development organization, working to attract, grow and retain great companies and jobs in our region. Find out more about how they work to invest in the success of our Metro Denver now and into the future.
  • Orientation: Denver Metro SBDC – March 4
    Our Denver Metro Small Business Development Center helps businesses start, grow and thrive by providing the training, expertise and connections that entrepreneurs and business leaders need. Learn about the comprehensive services the Center offers that are helping this large and important segment of our business community.
  • Orientation: Leadership Foundation – March 11
    For more than 45 years, the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation has helped build strong business and community leaders through a range of leadership development programs and engaging businesses in social responsibility with B:CIVIC. Find out how you can grow your team’s leadership skills through the Foundation’s programs.

All participants will receive an invitation to a special happy hour to connect with leaders of the Chamber team and members of its board of directors.

Jennifer Kostka Beck is the communications director for the Chamber.