UPCOMING EVENTS

Policy Roundtable Examines Transportation Funding Ballot Initiatives for the Northwest Region

By adamjack | Sep 7, 2018

Our regional and state’s economic vitality depends on an interconnected transportation system that keeps pace with the growth we’re experiencing in Colorado’s Front Range. Thus, the Boulder Chamber has spent much of this year advocating for the funding of transportation improvements that serve our workforce and residents in Boulder County. Governor John Hickenlooper and …

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Bolder Young Pro to Know: Michal Duffy

By adamjack | Sep 7, 2018

Michal Duffy, Education & Program Manager for OUT Boulder County Bio/Intro: I moved to Colorado in May 2017 to be close to my sister’s family; my nephew just finished his freshman year high school. Having grown up in Appalachia and living for several years in Vermont, I am still acclimating …

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Clif’s Notes: Historic M&A Activity Shaping Boulder’s Economy

By adamjack | Sep 5, 2018

Boulder is poised for a level of merger and acquisition activity we’ve never seen before. Billions of dollars in closed and pending mergers and acquisitions have already been announced in 2018, from very large deals such as ConAgra’s $11B pending acquisition of Pinnacle Foods/Boulder Brands, to smaller but equally important …

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Boulder Business Reasserts Community Leadership Role

By John Tayer | Aug 1, 2018

The Boulder Chamber, after months of listening to and working with business and community leaders in focused conversations, recently announced a major initiative — “Boulder Together” — to help address three persistent and urgent issues: inadequate affordable housing, insufficient transportation options and a dearth of qualified people to meet our …

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Tayer: Workforce issues drive or slow economy

By Tyler Ekx | Jun 7, 2018

By John Tayer — June 7, 2018 Boulder enjoys a highly educated workforce and dynamic, engaged educational institutions. Still, we consistently hear from businesses how hard it is to find qualified and diversified talent. Aside from more localized hurdles, such as housing access and commute issues I’ve addressed in previous …

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