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25th Boots ‘n Business Kicks Off Stock Show

There are countless stories that have come out of the stockyards of the National Western Center over the past 113 years, but there’s more in store, Kelly Brough told 1,100 business leaders at the 25th Boots ‘n Business luncheon today. “(Boots ‘n Business) is a celebration of our western heritage … but more importantly it’s … Read Post

New Year, New Ways to Get Involved

I may not do resolutions, but I do set goals for myself and the Chamber – and, I’m sure all of you do the same for your companies. And, one of our goals is to ensure you achieve all of yours 😊. Here are just a few ways your investment with the Chamber can help … Read Post

Member News

Read about our members in the news: ACM and Engineer.ai. 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 opening new business locations, hiring more people or creating new … Read Post

2019 Colorado Business Hall of Fame Laureates Announced

The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain, Inc. are pleased to announce the 2019 inductees into the Colorado Business Hall of Fame, representing Colorado’s most distinguished business leaders from the past and present: Thomas E. Congdon Charles L. Cousins and Charles R. Cousins John E. Freyer Evan Makovsky Walter P. Paepcke John … Read Post

Building Ethics into Your Business

When it comes to running a business, we’re consumed by the day-to-day of working with our clients, measuring our profit and loss statements and building future business. But what part of your day are you devoting to the ethical leadership in your business? Are you building a team focused on integrity, trust and accountability? If … Read Post

Legislators Offer Preview of 2019 Session

As legislators of the Colorado General Assembly prepare to start the 2019 session on Friday, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kelly Brough encouraged a focus on the issues foundational to our economy – infrastructure, education and health care. “These three pillars are the fundamental responsibility of government, and in Colorado all three … Read Post