Find your community on this list, and apply for valuable resources to keep your company operating. If you don’t see...
Leaders Lab is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to engage Minnesota’s developing business leaders (approximately late 20s to 30s). It will enhance...
On Thursday, October 15, the Legislature passed a bill to conform to section 179 expensing effective for tax year 2020 providing...
We are now just under a month from Election Day. While what’s at stake at the top of the ticket...
One of Minnesota’s greatest economic strengths is our resiliency when facing uncertainty and market obstacles. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Minnesota in March, businesses did what they do best: innovate. Minneapolis-based Chandler Industries has been producing critical ventilator components for over 10 years, but quickly pivoted their operations to meet an exponential new demand in the market. Recently, Chamber President Doug Loon had the opportunity to connect with Chandler Industries President Don Alter to discuss Chandler's pivot to meet increased demand for ventilator parts.
Throughout this COVID-19 crisis, Minnesotans’ health and safety are paramount concerns for all of us. We have heard from countless Chamber members anticipating the impact of Governor Walz’s executive orders. We understand that balance is essential in how government responds to safeguarding public health and protecting the economy for the long-term.
As the COVID-19 crisis develops, we will remove older resources from the COVID-19 Business Toolkit and will house them in this archive.
Strike up a conversation with any business owner on the challenges to growing jobs in Minnesota, and the themes ring familiar. High taxes hinder growth. Access to quality health care at an affordable price. The increasing number of government-mandates on employee benefits. Shortage of skilled workers.
On Thursday, the House and Senate tax chairs joined the Chamber's Fiscal Policy Committee to share their priorities for the 2020 legislative session. Both Rep. Paul Marquart and Sen. Roger Chamberlain expressed a desire to fully conform with Section 179, helping small businesses and farmers throughout the state.