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 … Read Post

Voting Is Open for 2020 9NEWS Leader of the Year

What inspires a person to lead – to stand up and act? While the journeys of the 2020 9NEWS Leader of the Year finalists are different, what Luis Benitez, Jerome Davis and Tasha Jones have in common is a desire and a drive to make the community stronger. Voting is now open to select the … Read Post

Celebrating Colorado’s Leaders

What I love about this business community is that no one sits back and waits for someone else to solve an issue. You are doers and willing to lead on some of our toughest challenges. Since 1990, we’ve partnered with Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain to honor legends in our state who have achieved not only great business success but … Read Post

26th Boots ’n Business Kicks Off Stock Show

The National Western Center is putting down roots as home of the “New West” – and what better place than where old and new meet at the National Western Stock Show stockyards? “We’re all so excited for the future of the National Western Center,” Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kelly Brough told … Read Post

Legislators Share 2020 Priorities

Transportation funding, health care, family and medical leave and education top the priorities for the business community and members of both chambers of the General Assembly going into the 2020 legislative session. How they get to those solutions is where there may be disagreement – and opportunity to compromise – leaders told nearly 500 guests … Read Post

Economy, Entrepreneurship in Focus at State of Small Business

The culture of entrepreneurialism is strong in Colorado, economist Patty Silverstein told more than 300 business leaders at State of Small Business on Monday. People who run their own business make up over 26% of all workers in our state, compared to just over 23% nationally. That’s more than 1 million people. “That is just amazing,” said … Read Post