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Chamber Advocacy: Amplifying Your Voice

We advocate on behalf of our members because we know we can be more successful when we raise our voices together – and we do that at the Capitol each legislative session. The legislative session closed earlier this month, and we reflected on it at our State of the State. Find out how we fared … Read Post

Member News

Read about our members in the news: Urban Land Institute Colorado, B:CIVIC,  Emily Griffith Technical College, DRCOG and CDOT. Our members work hard every day to make the Denver metro area a great place to do business. We want to keep you in the know about the important work of our members, whether they are … Read Post

A Look Back at the Session at State of the State

Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kelly Brough expressed disappointment with the process for engaging in policy debate during the just-concluded legislative session – for the business community and many others who worked to have their voice heard on issues ranging from oil and gas regulations to family leave time. “When a process … Read Post

Health care provider, DaVita, investing in wind & solar energy

By 2022, health care provider DaVita Inc. expects to go 100% renewables. The company has contracted with Longroad Energy, a renewable energy developer, on two virtual power purchase agreements (PPAs) facilitating the development of clean energy projects in Texas. Together, DaVita’s share of these projects will generate as much renewable energy as the amount of electricity used by … Read Post

Addiction: A Hidden Epidemic in the Workplace

Whether you work at a company with 50 employees or 5,000, you have colleagues impacted by alcohol or other drug addiction. Many employers believe that addiction doesn’t affect their business because they have a highly educated workforce or they drug test. With almost 10 percent of adults suffering from addiction, and at least three or … Read Post

Looking Back at the 2019 Legislative Session

The 2019 Colorado legislative session officially adjourned on Friday after a final week of all-night committee meetings, hearings and floor readings. It marked the close of a particularly challenging 120-day legislative session for the business community. At the end of the session, we found ourselves struggling to reconcile the fact that while we were successful … Read Post

Growing your small business? How do you know you’re ready?

Metro Denver is a great place for small business. According to a recent Paydex market report, Denver remains one of the top four metro areas in the country for creating jobs—making Denver one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States. This is great news for business owners, who arrive in droves from cities … Read Post