Capturing Your Market: The Hispanic Population

When you think of your target audience for your business, does the Hispanic population play a role? If it doesn’t, you’re missing a big – and growing – opportunity, business and sales leaders say. Consider the numbers: In the last year, 51 percent of the U.S.’s 2.2 million-person population growth was among Hispanics. Here in … Read Post

Celebrating Ag. & Our Western Heritage

More than 1,000 business and community leaders celebrated the National Western Stock Show, the business of agriculture and the region’s western heritage while supporting scholarships for future farmers and ranchers today at the 24th annual Boots ’n Business luncheon, hosted by the Chamber and the National Western Stock Show. In fact, 116,000 people are employed in … Read Post

Chamber Shares Goals for 2018 Legislative Session

What key issues are businesses watching at the Capitol when the General Assembly reconvenes next week? Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kelly Brough outlined four items of interest to members at the 5th Annual Business Legislative Preview, starting with the cost of health care. She shared the stories members have shared. “My … Read Post

Chamber Members: Weathering the Storm

How has your business responded when things went wrong? In the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, two Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce members stepped up for their teams, customers and the communities affected. Find out how they gave back – and how your business can be better prepared. Beyond business Scott Teel and … Read Post

Denver Rescue Mission: 125 Years of Giving

Tis the season to give – and to give back to those who serve the community. For 125 years, the Denver Rescue Mission has served the homeless and poor through emergency services, rehabilitation, transitional programs and community outreach. On Thursday, Dec. 21, proceeds from the silent auction at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Net90 … Read Post

Innovative Water Solutions on Display at Business H2O

Colorado can be on the leading edge of water innovation, but it’s going to take collaboration, entrepreneurship and investment. That was the call from the governor and leaders in water at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Business H2O this afternoon. “We can’t do this alone, but we can help convene and help facilitate,” Gov. … Read Post

5 Ways to Spark Innovation at Your Company

Colorado is on the map for its innovative, entrepreneurial culture. With a smart workforce, a strong pipeline from our universities and one of the most vibrant start-up communities in the country, the pieces are in place, but innovation doesn’t happen just by geographic location. So how can you create a culture for innovation at your … Read Post