Global energy prices have changed dramatically in the last twelve months and with that drop in price for oil and gas have come dramatic shifts in the resource management plans of companies active in our area. Learn what these companies are currently doing in the region and how that might change in coming months at…

The second class of the Chamber’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy will graduate on May 7th, 6:00 PM at Allen Unique Auto and members are invited to attend and cheer on these newly minted small business owners aged 11 to 18. None of this would have been possible without the tremendous outpouring of support from the business…

Over 20 businesses have been launched with your help in the past two years through your support of YEA! The Young Entrepreneurs Academy, (YEA!) takes students in grades six through twelve through the process of starting and running real businesses over the course of a full academic year. Students work in close cooperation with local…

The Mesa County Commissioners instituted a program almost two years ago to help encourage existing businesses to expand and re-invest in Mesa County. While it has only recently begun to be utilized it has the potential to assist in growing businesses and jobs throughout the county. The program consists of a rebate on business personal…

The Grand Junction Chamber launched the Chamber for Good system two years ago in an effort to enlist more community engagement in serving the needs of those in need locally. This system leverages the strength and credibility of the Chamber to shine a bright light on the great charities and causes that labor away on…

Time spent learning translates into a better prepared workforce and the Mesa County Business Education Foundation (MCBEF) is committed to helping identify and support community initiatives that offer opportunities for learning outside the classroom and/or on the job. With that in mind, the foundation has teamed with other community organizations to offer a unique opportunity…

Have you ever visited the soup kitchen? Spent time at the Persigo Water Plant? Taken an escorted hike with the BLM to learn how they manage our public lands? Had dinner in Denver with the House Majority Leader? If you can say “yes” to these questions than you are a graduate of the Mesa County…

The Chamber wishes to congratulate the Young Entrepreneurs that presented their business plans and asked for start-up funding at the Investor Panel on March 11th. This year’s Saunders Scholar, Madelyn Swelstad, is our youngest Student/CEO and a student at Caprock Academy. A beekeeper, she has created a line of lip balms with interesting flavors such…

They went to Denver. They stayed for 120 days and read hundreds of pieces of legislation. In the end…what REALLY happened? And, more importantly, how will it impact businesses in the Grand Valley? Join the Chamber as we hear from our local and area lawmakers including State Senator Ray Scott, Representative Dan Thurlow, Representative Yeulin…

The CAMA West Manufacturing Summit, a day long program offered by the Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Alliance—West Slope Chapter will take place on April 15th at Two Rivers Convention Center. The morning will open with two keynote presentations; “Connecting Western Colorado to Global Markets through Foreign Trade Zones” by Dan Griswold, NAFTZ and “Bridging the Skills…

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