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One of our most popular new events – Biz Blitz – is returning for its third year in 2019.
Check out our Small Business Spotlight company for March, Dynamic DNA Labs!
One of the main reasons state decision makers turn to the Chamber is because we are consistent and diligent in voicing your priorities – and that diligence was on display throughout the month of February.
When voters head to the polls in Springfield on April 2, two important fiscal issues will be on the ballot, and both deserve your support.
In addition to the important issues to be decided on the April 2 ballot, numerous individual candidates seeking election or re-election to Springfield City Council or to the Springfield Public Schools Board of Education have been endorsed by the Chamber.
As the GO CAPS program prepares for its fifth year, it's trying to find new ways to measure its success so far, and to see where it can grow.
The value of loving cities formed the main message from the keynote speaker at the SBDC’s Annual Meeting: For the Love of Springfield. Nationally recognized author and community development consultant Peter Kageyama brought that message to the 450 in attendance on February 21 at University Plaza.
Chamber members helped us celebrate a milestone anniversary, as well as a year of accomplishments, at our Annual Meeting on January 25, while our volunteer leaders helped us reflect on the past and look to the future.
Check out our Small Business Spotlight company for February 2019, SMOJS Security!
A dedication to his community, his family and his business were celebrated on January 25, when the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce named Gordon Kinne the recipient of the 2019 Springfieldian award.
The Springfield Business Development Corporation’s Annual Meeting is fast approaching, and this year’s event will highlight the organization’s emphasis on quality of place in fostering economic growth.
The Network kicked off 2019 by introducing roughly 100 of its members to their chairman for the new year, as well as the chairman of the Chamber’s Board of Directors.
January 11 was, in the words of Chamber Board Chairman Jeff Childs, a "signature opportunity" for a conversation between state legislators and leaders of the Springfield business community.
The Springfield Business Development Corporation and its community partners are focused on making the Springfield region a desirable place for existing businesses to expand and for new businesses to locate, and one key is having the right buildings and land available for development.
The upcoming year is shaping up to be a busy one in Jefferson City – and leadership from the Springfield area will be right in the thick of the action.
One of the biggest benefits to Chamber membership is the chance to participate in our many educational and networking events throughout the year. And in the new year, there will be plenty of opportunities!
Check out our first Small Business Spotlight company of 2019, SpringNet Broadband!
One of the goals of The Network for Young Professionals has been to retain college students in this area after graduation. Recently, the group’s Student Outreach Task Force has taken a more aggressive approach to their efforts.
Check out our final Small Business Spotlight company for 2018, Ozark Fence & Supply Co.!
Manufacturing is an incredibly competitive and complex industry, where growth often means a merger or an acquisition. But how does a business ensure it’s making the right move? That was the focus of the SBDC's 2018 Manufacturing Outlook on December 5.
For Chamber members who enjoy joining us for our monthly informational and networking events, there’s good news: Annual passes are now on sale for three of our most popular series.
On November 28, two Speakers of the Missouri House of Representatives – one past, one present – visited the Chamber for the last installment of the 2018 Public Policy Speaker Series.
The Chamber has wrapped up its third annual Reach Campaign, and thanks to your generous support and the hard work of nearly 100 volunteers, we’ve set new records in both funds raised and the number of companies purchasing sponsorships for 2019.
When it comes to finding the right job, for many people the best approach is the hands-on approach. While it may now be called experiential learning, as a panel of business, community and education leaders shared when they visited the Chamber on November 8, the idea is the same.
Needless to say, many small businesses are still unsure exactly how they will be affected by tax law changes passed in 2017. Kristin Carter of Central Trust Company offered information on the subject during the Chamber’s October 17 Expert Edge event.