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Partnerships for innovation in focus at State of Small Business

What’s behind Colorado’s top-five rankings for new start-ups, entrepreneurship and innovative thinking that fuel our small business community? At State of Small Business on Thursday, Nov. 9, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and Denver Metro Small Business Development Center will explore how collaborative efforts among industry leaders are helping small businesses access resources to … Read Post

Small Biz: 3 Econ Dev Questions to Ask

Colorado is one of the most vibrant economies in the nation – ranked as the best place for business and careers two years in a row by Forbes; ranked sixth in the nation for best state economies by WalletHub and is home to one of the nation’s smartest, most fit workforces. When we look at … Read Post

Governor, Experts to Share Advancements in Water at Business H2O

Since the drafting and passage of the Colorado Water Plan, the Denver Metro Chamber has called for collaboration and innovative, bold steps to better use, conserve and store water – and avoid future projected water shortfalls. It will continue that conversation, hearing from experts locally and internationally, about innovations using this precious resource – and … Read Post

(TED) Talking Water and Innovation

By 2050, global water demand is projected to increase by 55 percent. Here in Colorado, we face a shortfall of more than a half-million acre feet in water because of our growing population. How can we address our challenges locally and beyond? The Chamber, in partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, is talking how … 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

Making Our Region a Cultural Destination

The Chamber has long been a supporter of arts and cultural institutions since its founding, recognizing how it improves quality of life, attracts workforce and contributes to the economy. What you may not know is just how involved the Chamber has been. Securing a Democratic National Convention In 1908, the Chamber supported the creation of … Read Post

Member News

Read about our members in the news: Stack Subs, WorkLife Partnership, Emily Griffith Technical College, Temple and MIYA Salon & Spa. 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 … Read Post