Might as well get this out of the way in the first column: I’m an engineer, which pretty much means you should downgrade your expectations for eloquent speaking at the upcoming 2022 membership meetings. Hopefully you will know what you are in for. That is the bad news. The good news is that I am…

Nominations are OPEN! Annual Grand Junction Chamber Business of the Year and Citizen of the Year Awards Every year the Grand Junction Chamber celebrates members of our community with three, honorable awards – Business of the Year and Citizen of the Year. These awards allow the opportunity for local community members to nominate deserving businesses…

How is it December already? Wow! Traditionally the December Chairman column focuses on the Chamber’s noteworthy accomplishments over the past year. There were many in 2021, and I will get to them shortly… But first, I want to congratulate the business community for surviving 2021. A year ago, we figured if we could just get to…

He’s BAAACK! Perennial favorite, Dr. Richard L. Wobbekind, Director of the Business Research Division and Associate Dean for MBA and Enterprise Programs at the University of Colorado Boulder will provide an economic outlook for the nation, state, and Mesa County on Monday, December 13th starting at 12pm at Colorado Mesa University, South Ballroom. Our thanks…

Grand Junction is home to many innovative and unique businesses recognized for their outstanding achievements in their industries. Having a community of businesses all striving to be unique, community-oriented, innovative, and resourceful results in a healthy commerce climate and well served, happy customers. The Grand Junction Chamber recognizes the importance of small, local businesses and…

With several business idea brainstorming classes under their belts, these students are well on their way to launching their own enterprises. Soon, they will be turning their ideas into a business plan, pitching that business plan to a panel of investors, and debuting those businesses at a Trade Show! When these students graduate in May,…

Shane Kinkennon, Certified Executive Coach and Leadership Expert discusses the impact of how you show up daily and the difference it makes. As the economy slowly reemerges from pandemic turmoil, are you adapting your mindsets about leadership to what your business now asks of you? Are you investing the energy and thoughtfulness necessary to maneuver…

In a year of uncertainty, many things have been cancelled, postponed, or forgotten. Not the Mesa County Leadership Program. Starting its 29th year, applications for this class came early and fast, creating a high demand and waitlist for participation. Industries from banking and real estate to non-profit and public services are represented by our newest…

ow more than ever it is imperative to have a highly skilled and committed workforce. In times like we are facing currently investing in your human capital has never been more important. The Workforce Innovation Project (WIP) is an innovative collaboration between The Business Incubator Center, Mesa County Workforce Center and The Grand Junction Chamber…

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