The gap between available jobs and available talent in Minnesota is growing. While Minnesota’s negative migration trends have widened this...
Accidents happen, and the resulting damage, medical costs, and other costs could exceed your business’ insurance limits. Consider this scenario...
The Grow Minnesota! program was founded in 2003 on a simple premise: chambers of commerce and economic development organizations can...
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business series continued with an event focused on the impact of the potential...
The Quarterly Economic Snapshot is an overview of key indicators measuring Minnesota’s current economic performance. Analysis is provided in partnership with Grow Minnesota! and the Minnesota Chamber Foundation.
The Grow Minnesota! program was founded in 2003 on a simple premise: chambers of commerce and economic development organizations can advance Minnesota’s economy by proactively connecting businesses to resources to grow and expand in the state. This has remained Grow Minnesota!’s core mission for nearly twenty years.
At the recent 2022 Economic Summit, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President and CEO Neel Kashkari sat down with Minnesota Chamber President and CEO Doug Loon on Minnesota’s unique economy, and the challenges and opportunities faced by businesses in all industries.
Recently, the Minnesota Chamber Foundation, in partnership with local and regional chambers, conducted a series of six focus groups in Willmar, Austin, Shakopee, Brainerd, Duluth and Saint Paul. Business and community leaders, as well as chamber leaders, were asked to discuss their views on the state of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in their community and their business from the perspective of a business leader. Participants consisted of 57 business and community leaders, representing 52 different businesses and community organizations, serving in a variety of roles within their organization (including but not limited to business owners, business leaders, DEI leaders and human resources leaders).
Recently, the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce celebrated Manufacturing Month with its annual Manufacturers’ Summit. Manufacturing leaders from across the state heard from renowned speakers like Jay Timmons, President and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers, and Michael Happe, President and CEO and Winnebago Industries.