The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce has worked tirelessly throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to help the 6,300 businesses and half a...
Vaccine resources including helpful links, HR tips and more for employers and employees
Learn more about this year's class of Leadership Minnesota participants.
Want to know why you should apply for Leaders Lab 2022? Hear what former participants have to say about the...
Strategic investments that encourage economic growth and recovery also reduce regulatory burdens and roadblocks to innovation.
The Grow Minnesota! program surveyed 360 small and medium-sized businesses this summer to better understand how they are investing in digital technologies and what they need to better leverage these tools for innovation and growth.
"I love this state and I love being able to say that I'm from Minnesota," said Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Lorie Gildea to the Women in Business crowd. "So much of that pride comes from the civic culture we've developed in Minnesota, our high level of civic participation, our commitment to our public institutions, our incredible business community, which invests so much in making our state a great place to live and work and the values of hard work of cooperation, fairness and decency that all Minnesotans strive for."
The Minnesota Chamber released the 2022 Business Benchmarks report at the recent 2021 Economic Summit. Each year, the Minnesota Chamber releases this report to make sense of all of the rankings that are reported all of the time. Our goal through this report is to break down these rankings by economic category and bring to you the best, most reliable rankings. What factors go into determining Minnesota’s competitiveness in infrastructure or innovation? And it's important to learn about these topics from those who know them best: Minnesota business leaders. At the 2021 Economic Summit, a panel of business leaders spoke to many of the opportunities and challenges facing Minnesota companies. Panelists included:
Employee recruitment and retention is top of mind for nearly every business. It's impossible to have a conversation with a business leader without talking about workforce. The current labor shortage estimated at 300,000 people in Minnesota brings forth a new set of challenges in how companies recruit and retain their workforce. Recently, the Chamber hosted a free webinar digging into the issues of recruitment and retention, as well as hearing more about some innovative benefits to help you secure top talent..