The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce has released the 2024 Investment Report detailing key strategies, activities, and impacts on our business community and economy. A year of representation, resources, and relationships, 2023 signified immense growth for the organization. Representing over 700 members and serving over 35,000 employees, investment in the Chamber is a significant…

The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to celebrate National Economic Development Week, May 6 – 10, 2024, alongside our regional partners, recognizing the contributions made by economic developers to create a vibrant economy, champion sustainability and resiliency, and build a prosperous future for Mesa County. In 2016, the International Economic Development Council…

While we as a community spend a large amount of time focused on navigating the challenges and barriers we face, it’s important to “stop and smell the roses” every so often. In doing so, it is quickly apparent that Spring is in full swing in Colorado’s Grand Valley, and with it, our vibrant economic landscape…

In March, the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce held the first Industry Insights Roundtable sessions, a series designed to ignite pivotal conversations to propel industries forward and cultivate a deeper understanding of the challenges, resources and opportunities within our local business landscape. Bringing together diverse voices from across Mesa County’s business community, the roundtables…

As the first quarter of the year comes to a close, we at the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce find ourselves reflecting on the incredible connections, insights and opportunities that have been forged through engagements with our business community. We are honored to serve this community as a catalyst for business growth and success,…

The Grand Valley is home to some of the most innovative and impactful manufacturing sites across the country and the world, and continuing to recognize and support the contributions these businesses make to our community has never been more important. As one of the largest local industries employing thousands of workers, and providing products to…

colorado enterprise zones

Most of the City of Grand Junction is located in a Colorado Enterprise Zone, which allows employers access to various incentives. This strategic positioning grants employers access to a plethora of enticing incentives, fostering an environment of growth and prosperity. Our local Enterprise Zone administrator and local economic development partner, the Business Incubator Center are…

According to the 2022 Colorado State of Owner Readiness Report, 70% percent of business owners in the state of Colorado plan to transition ownership of their business in the next ten years, but almost half of these owners have given little attention to how this transition will occur. This fact presents a significant challenge but…

December 2022 Business Expansion Awards

Expanding your business is a significant milestone. It signifies growth, increased market reach, and the pursuit of new opportunities. However, expanding a business is not merely about extending its physical presence or enlarging its customer base – it also involves investing in your local community. This investment goes beyond financial contributions and holds substantial value…

Colorado National Monument at sunset

Economic development has many objectives—primarily, the creation of jobs, wealth, or assets and the improvement of the quality of life. Economic development can also be defined as a process that influences the growth and restructuring of an economy to enhance the economic well-being of a community. When distilled down, economic development is and has been…

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