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Are you looking for a small business to support this holiday season?
The Chamber is always looking for new ways to add value for its members and better serve the business community, and part of that mission means connecting with as many of our members as we can, offering them new and targeted ways to connect with their colleagues and support the Chamber’s efforts.
The Department of Labor’s new rule on overtime pay for salaried employees has created a lot of uncertainty for southwest Missouri employers, and the uncertainty was apparent at the Chamber's 60 Minutes to Success session on August 10.
At the Chamber's Annual Membership Luncheon on July 27, nearly 400 attendees were treated to a taste of the islands, a chance to visit with colleagues and make new friends … and to learn about the Chamber’s progress on its stated goals for 2016.
he 21,000+ professionals of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. offer a full complement of retail and wholesale products and services, including property & casualty, employee benefit and HR consulting, as well as claims management and loss control services, to clients of all sizes around the world.
Houck Transit Advertising has a long history of offering unique marketing opportunities in Springfield and throughout the Midwest.
Chamber members are invited to nominate individuals for consideration for the 2017 Board of Directors. Once nominations close, this year’s Directors Nominating Committee will prepare a slate of nominees, which will be submitted to the Chamber board for consideration at the regular September meeting.
Deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. on Tuesday, August 23.
New business owners are often unprepared for the personnel issues that come with having employees. Human resources management can cause headaches and create legal difficulties if not handled properly.
Chamber membership offers the opportunity to make meaningful connections with business peers and prospects. Among these opportunities is the innovative program ConnectForLunch, which provides an environment custom-made for networking.
Chamber president Matt Morrow explains how the Chamber can help you prepare for the new overtime regulation.
Leadership Springfield has selected the members of Signature Class 32.
During our annual event on May 4, the Chamber announced Interactive Dynamics, LLC as the recipient of the 2016 W. Curtis Strube Small Business Award.
Five area businesses will be honored on May 4 as finalists for the 2016 W. Curtis Strube Small Business Award. Here's a look at this year's honorees.
Take a look back at what the Chamber accomplished for its members in 2015.
The demand for artisan products is on the rise, and one popular Arkansas bakery has selected Springfield as its newest location.
They tower above most of us, those who have been honored as “Springfieldians.” Here’s your chance to see a leader who inspires others to dream more and do more.
This week, Chamber member Springfield Business & Technology Development Center shares tips on mastering cash flow analysis.
At our annual meeting Jan. 29, Chamber chairman Debbie Shantz Hart encouraged Springfield to “lead with our strengths.” She and the board of directors have outlined that kind of action plan for the year. See where our priorities lie.
Are you getting the highest return on investment (ROI) from your Chamber membership? If you belong to one of the nearly 300 business and professional organizations that joined in our October membership event, or if you’re a long time member, maybe it’s time to see if you’re using all the options available.
The solar industry is working to establish a sustainable energy future and Missouri Sun Solar is leading the way. CEO Caleb Arthur was just elected president of a statewide industry group.
This week Chamber member 2B Organized shares a tip on how to stay organized when you are busy.
This week Chamber member Sherry Coker shares steps you can take to improve your time management within your organization.