fbpx

Denver Requires Residents to Stay at Home; Governor Seeks Private Sector Solutions

Denver Mayor Announces Requirement for Residents to Stay at Home  Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced a new public health order that requires Denver residents to stay at home starting 5 p.m., Tuesday, and lasting through April 10 and longer if necessary. Residents will be allowed to leave their homes to shop for essential needs, such as groceries and medications, exercise and go to work if … Read Post

Foster a Diverse Workplace at Your Business

Black History Month is an opportunity to celebrate and recognize the contributions and impact of African Americans. It’s also a time to look to the future and find ways to break down the barriers that prevent people of color and other populations from prospering today. As human resources director at the Denver Metro Chamber of … 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

The Legislative Session Has Started: What You Need to Know

We are on the fourth day of the legislative session (so, 116 to go 😊), and there’s already a lot happening that directly impacts business. Family and Medical Leave Task Force Releases Final Report Last session the top priority for the Chamber was the paid family and medical leave proposal that would have created a … Read Post

Happy Holidays to All of Our Members

Our business community never slows down, and neither did 2019. Before we ring in the next decade in Colorado, we want to appreciate what you, our members, have accomplished. You’ve worked to keep your economy #1 in the nation, you’ve added thousands of jobs and you’ve raised your voices together to make the community stronger. … Read Post