Meet the 2018 Start-Up Business of the Year Finalists

The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Business Awards celebrate organizations from across the region who are leading in their field and making an impact in the community – writing our next chapter as a great community to live and do business. Meet the 2018 Start-Up Business of the Year finalists: Guild Education, Hotel Engine and … Read Post

Tech Plants Seed to Grow in Ag Industry

The agriculture industry  may be the last great digital frontier. It is the least digitized industry in the U.S. at a time when even the metrics for measuring tech adoption will be out of date the next day, according to a McKinsey Global Institute report. But, on the other side of the coin, those working … Read Post

Meet the 2018 Large Nonprofit Organization of the Year Finalists

The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Business Awards celebrate organizations from across the region who are leading in their field and making an impact in the community – writing our next chapter as a great community to live and do business. Meet the 2018 Large Nonprofit Organization of the Year finalists: Denver Urban Scholars, Emily … Read Post

Pro Tips for Maximizing the Value of Video

Our evolution as a video-centric species has taken a quantum leap forward in the last decade. Screens capable of displaying top-quality video can now be found not just in the living room, but in virtually every board room, backpack and back pocket. For business, this rapid evolution presents enormous challenges, but the benefits – the … Read Post

Capturing Your Market: The Hispanic Population

When you think of your target audience for your business, does the Hispanic population play a role? If it doesn’t, you’re missing a big – and growing – opportunity, business and sales leaders say. Consider the numbers: In the last year, 51 percent of the U.S.’s 2.2 million-person population growth was among Hispanics. Here in … Read Post

Small Biz: Brewing Success

Kent Dawson is no stranger to the hard work it takes to start his own business. He learned young as he and his brother Greg spent their summer breaks helping their grandparents tend to their farm. “Spending time on ‘The Farm’ was no picnic: this wasn’t one of those grandparents spoiling the grandkids situation. It … Read Post

Chamber Members: Weathering the Storm

How has your business responded when things went wrong? In the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, two Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce members stepped up for their teams, customers and the communities affected. Find out how they gave back – and how your business can be better prepared. Beyond business Scott Teel and … Read Post