Keeping Our Members Connected

Did you know that more than 40,000 come people through the Chamber doors every year? What we love is that these are people from all three sectors (public, private and nonprofit) from around the region, country and even the world. That means there are a lot of opportunities for all of us to learn from … Read Post

Ensuring Every Coloradan Has a Voice

After a lot of work, our unaffiliated voters will for the first time in Colorado’s history be able to participate in the primary elections in June. Chamber members challenged us more than four years ago to get this done and helped lead the effort. Why do we care so deeply about this issue? For a … Read Post

Colorado’s State Budget

No matter the sector you work in, you know budgets are critical. They are a reflection of an organization’s priorities. And, the state of Colorado’s budget is no different. Every December and March, the state issues an updated budget forecast based on policy changes and actual performance since the last forecast. The last two budgets … Read Post

Ceyl Prinster Named Chamber Small Biz Advocate of the Year

Smiling faces of business owners at their storefronts and affirmations about the power of entrepreneurialism – like “change the world one small business at a time” – line the walls around Colorado Enterprise Fund. (CEF) It’s an important motivator for CEF’s President and CEO Ceyl Prinster and her team as they help small businesses find … Read Post

Moments That Shape Your Leadership Journey

We each have moments in our lives that change us, impact our future and even define how we lead. We were all reminded of that last week when the three finalists for 9NEWS Leader of the Year  – Priya Burkett, Joshua Hunt and Jodi Rolland – continued to share their stories at our Leadership Foundation’s … Read Post

Going for Gold

I love the Olympics! The athletic achievements. The powerful personal stories of the athletes. And, this year these games take us to Pyeongchang, South Korea. These Olympics are particularly cool for those of us in Colorado, because we sent 31 of the U.S.’s 242 winter Olympians. That’s more Olympians than any other state in the nation … Read Post