Minnesota’s taxes on private sector job creators and higher income taxpayers are higher than most other states. The gap between...
Did you know that 2/3 of internet users won’t buy from a website that’s not in their preferred language?1 So...
The Grow Minnesota! program was founded in 2003 on a simple premise: chambers of commerce and economic development organizations can...
The Quarterly Economic Snapshot is an overview of key indicators measuring Minnesota’s current economic performance. Analysis is provided in partnership...
Vaccine resources including helpful links, HR tips and more for employers and employees
The post-COVID economy has proven challenging for many Minnesota businesses. Supply chains disruptions, a workforce shortage and rising inflation create headwinds to growth. Minnesota Chamber member Trystar is no different. Trystar experienced increased demand for their products that resulted in challenges to find enough production assembly workers to meet the rapidly growing demand.
View our toolkit on business resources related to COVID-19.
More people with disabilities have a two-year degree and are looking for work than those without a disability. How can you include workers with disabilities in your workforce strategy? Recently, the Minnesota Chamber kicked off its Workforce Solutions series with a virtual event featuring strategies from experts how building an inclusive workplace can help your business meet your recruitment needs and provide meaningful, fulfilling employment.
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.