Throughout the challenges presented by the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Minnesota Chamber’s goal has been to strike a balance...
After posting the worst month of job losses in over seventy years, Minnesota added 9,800 jobs in May on a...
Minnesota is at a critical point in our shared effort to manage COVID-19 and bring forth a recovery of our...
On Wednesday, March 4, Kathi Schaff, Director of the Grow Minnesota! Partnership, sat down with the owner of a small...
As Minnesota’s businesses begin to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis, the Minnesota Chamber Foundation has been analyzing data about the economic impact of the seismic shifts of the last two months, including diminished demand and government interventions.
Last week, Governor Walz announced outdoor restaurant patios, salons and campgrounds could open at limited capacity on June 1. However, indoor bars and restaurants, gyms, movie theaters and bowling alleys will remain closed until an unknown date in the future.
This session, the Chamber advocated for a deferral of the May 15 business property tax payment to provide much-needed breathing room for businesses struggling to navigate COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic upended the 2020 legislative session, resulting in legislative breaks, remote hearings, limited public engagement and challenges to the governor’s peacetime emergency executive powers.
A collection of webinars on how your business can better navigate COVID-19