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Let’s Pull on Our Oars Together

I’ve heard it said, “We may be in this COVID-19 storm together, but some of us have leaky boats.” Yes . . . and we either pull our oars together toward a brighter future for all of us, or we’ll all soon have leaky boats. Fortunately, in our community’s immediate COVID-19 response, we’ve demonstrated an encouraging degree of collaborative planning and action. It is in this same spirit that the Boulder Chamber offers a few principles to guide our collective economic recovery efforts.

“Let Hope Shine Among Us” – Last Night to View Boulder Star is May 31

With the Boulder economy beginning to show renewed signs of life under the evolving Safer-at-Home orders, the Boulder Chamber announced today the final evening for its special illumination of the Boulder Star will be Sunday, May 31.
Though it’s traditionally an exclusive holiday season tradition, the Boulder Chamber relit the Boulder Star in late March in recognition of its power to help foster community resilience and hope for brighter days ahead during Boulder’s COVID-19 response.

Networking Tips: Building Quality Connections on Social Media – Make Your Content Stand Out

We all need to do more than click “Connect,” “Add Friend” or “Follow” and toss up a post every now and then to get real returns on our social media networking, especially now. And here’s the trick to building a quality social media network: the users who share highly valuable, interesting content with their networks will expand their reach and become the most appealing connections in the long run.

What Does “Safer-at-Home” Mean? A Quick Guide from the Governor’s Office

What Does “Safer-at-Home” Mean? A Quick Guide from the Governor’s Office From “Stay-At-Home” to “Safer-At-Home” On April 20, the administration presented some modeling and analysis on the impact of social distancing measures …

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Hiring: Executive Director of the Boulder Economic Council

The Boulder Economic Council Executive Director, in conjunction with the Economic Vitality team and in collaboration with the other Boulder Chamber functions, is responsible for the leadership and management of this investor driven economic development organization, which includes programs that retain, attract and support small and entrepreneurial businesses, and generally maintaining a vibrant economy.

Boulder Chamber Identifies Opportunities to Save Time and Money for Struggling Businesses

Boulder Chamber Identifies Opportunities to Save Time and Money for Struggling Businesses Businesses will be challenged by the impacts of COVID-19 for years to come. Most will have significantly reduced revenue. Helping …

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Health Care Leadership Panel: Tackling COVID-19 and Curbing Costs

Health Care Leadership Panel: Tackling COVID-19 and Curbing Costs From left: Lori Call, Boulder Chamber Senior Director of Policy Programs, moderates the Boulder Chamber Health Care Policy Roundtable featuring Tom Massey, Deputy …

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Approval Unlocks Billions in Economic Recovery Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

Approval Unlocks Billions in Economic Recovery Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19 In response to the staggering impacts of COVID-19, the federal government is providing recovery loans to eligible organizations. Colorado …

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