UPCOMING EVENTS

Boulder Chamber Supports Electronic and Online Sales Tax Simplification System

By Andrea Meneghel | Mar 26, 2019

New taxing regulations have increased costs and time requirements for small businesses. Colorado has 344 taxing jurisdictions and a combination of city, county, and special districts creating 638 unique tax rates. This means some of our small, independently owned businesses and sole-proprietorships face the daunting burden and operational disruption of …

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The College of Political Knowledge is Thursday, April 4th

By Boulder Chamber | Mar 26, 2019

Is there a local issue that has you fired up? Are you ready to step up and run for office, be a campaign manager or campaign volunteer? Or maybe you’d like to encourage someone with leadership potential. Whatever your motivation, we urge you to join us for the traditional kick-off …

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Leadership Fellows Spotlight: Kyle Blackmer

By Boulder Chamber | Mar 22, 2019

A recent alum of Leadership Fellows Boulder County – a joint leadership development and networking program of the Community Foundation and the Boulder Chamber – Kyle Blackmer’s “yearning for a more diverse network” was met, and exceeded. “What I was most interested in came to fruition,” says Kyle, who was …

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Boulder County Job Fair Targets Young Adults Ages 16-24

By Christina Spruiell | Mar 19, 2019

In partnership with Workforce Boulder County, St. Vrain Valley School District, Boulder Valley School District, University of Colorado Boulder and Front Range Community College, the Boulder Chamber is organizing a Boulder County Job Fair targeting young adults, ages 16-24.  This regional job fair will take place Thursday, March 21, from …

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Move Now on the CU South Annexation

By John Tayer | Mar 5, 2019

With risk hanging over us, shifting players at the table, and genuine benefits ahead… the city council needs to act now to accept the University of Colorado’s “best offer” for annexation of its CU South property. Let’s start with the life/safety issues that are of most immediate concern. In public …

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