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Lauren Masias Named Director of the Colorado Competitive Council

The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Colorado Competitive Council (C3) are excited to announce that Lauren Masias has been named the new C3 director. Masias, a Colorado native who most recently served as managing director of stakeholder engagement for the Denver South Economic Development Partnership, brings a wealth of experience in economic development, … Read Post

Business Policy to Watch in 2020

The 2020 legislative session is right around the corner, kicking off Wednesday, Jan. 8. Since the close of the 2019 session, the Chamber team has been tracking a number of critical issues we anticipate will come up during the 2020 session. We’ve also met with legislators, followed interim committee progress and followed several task forces … Read Post

Laura Giocomo Rizzo Named Senior Vice President of External Affairs for Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

Laura Giocomo Rizzo, current vice president of communications and marketing for the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, has been named senior vice president of external affairs for the organization. The SVP of external affairs represents a combination of two previous leadership roles at the Chamber – VP of government affairs and VP of communications and … Read Post

Member News

Read about our members in the news: B:CIVIC and University of Colorado Denver:. 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 new business locations, hiring more … Read Post

Member News

Read about our members in the news: Urban Land Institute Colorado, B:CIVIC,  Emily Griffith Technical College, DRCOG and CDOT. 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 … Read Post

A Look Back at the Session at State of the State

Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kelly Brough expressed disappointment with the process for engaging in policy debate during the just-concluded legislative session – for the business community and many others who worked to have their voice heard on issues ranging from oil and gas regulations to family leave time. “When a process … Read Post