As organizations that work closely with businesses on a daily basis, we want to understand the challenges your business continues to face in 2021.
We previously used results from regional and organizational surveys during this pandemic to help catalyze, design and mobilize funding tools, such as local loan funds and other local government or chamber of commerce responses, including some tax deferment, rebate and micro-grant programs.
We are collecting this information to better serve our b...
The sun is shining outside my window and I can’t wait for Spring to arrive. If you are like me, you can’t wait to be able to spend time outside, soaking up the beautiful northern Colorado sunshine. I’m already making my list of “things to do,” to get ready for and to embrace spring – and want to make sure you have filling out your ballot for the City of Fort Collins Municipal Election on that list.
The 2021 Election is on April 6. The City of Fort Collins conducts its electi...
Sound policy, consistency and predictability help businesses thrive. That’s why the Fort Collins Area Chamber examines policy issues in depth and takes a stand to protect the interests of businesses and their employees. This year, we are taking a stance on one critical ballot issue. Below is what you need to know about this ballot issue and why it matters to the business community.
Proposed Citizen-Initiated Ordinance
(relating to the former Hughes Stadium property)
2021 will continue to challenge economic resiliency. A resilient and inclusive Fort Collins will depend upon:
Reestablishing business stability through retention programs responsive to the COVID pandemic and resulting market disruptions recognizing that all employers contribute to a resilient and inclusive economy.
Creating, growing and attracting quality jobs and talent to fill those jobs.
Local government that is inclusive and transparent with process and business stakeholder engage...
Your Chamber is in a special position that allows us to observe the larger community from several very interesting seats. One of those seats is that of cheerleader for the community and our leaders.
We celebrated several amazing leaders in our community at our Chamber Annual Celebration on March 3. The online event allowed us to recognize some of the best of our community. Thank you to Eric Lea, Cathy Crouse Mathis, Nick Haws, Pete Gazlay and David May for all you do to support the Chambe...