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Colorado Businesses Can Power the Comeback

The state of Colorado is launching a new business tool as part of their “Power the Comeback” campaign, which will encourage businesses to do their part by supporting employees who want to get vaccinated and by promoting policies that create COVID-safe workplaces. Through this campaign, businesses can take the Power the Comeback business pledge. There […]



Colorado Chamber Business Survey Addresses Economic Recovery and Key Policy Issues

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Meyer at cmeyer@cochamber.com. DENVER – The Colorado Chamber of Commerce today released the results of a survey on Colorado businesses conducted last week addressing key policy issues, vaccinations, remote work and outlook. The survey was conducted between May 12-14, 2021. “With the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine and loosening […]


ACTION ALERT: A Costly Environmental Proposal Could Stifle Economic Growth

A costly environmental bill is quickly making its way through the Senate that could have severe economic consequences for the state. Senate Bill 200 would impose aggressive caps on greenhouse gas emissions and would give the state’s environmental regulators broad control over virtually any entity that generates greenhouse gas. Greenhouse gasses – produced by cars […]


Swire Coca-Cola, USA Breaks Ground on a New Facility in Colorado Springs

New Colorado Chamber member Swire Coca-Cola USA this month announced breaking ground on its new facility in Colorado Springs. The 145,000 square-foot facility is set on a 17.27-acre parcel that will house Swire’s 140 employees. The new facility was designed for efficiency, with west-facing open concept architecture and glass walls to maximize natural heat and […]


NEW VIDEO: Support Colorado Businesses, Prioritize Jobs

Colorado businesses are facing one of the worst economies in our state’s history. Hundreds of thousands of Coloradans are out of work and many businesses will not survive the impact of COVID-19. Despite these challenges, a recent study found that newly passed laws and regulations will amount to $1.8 billion in new costs per year […]


ACTION ALERT: Ask Your Legislators to Oppose Tax Increases on Businesses, Prioritize Jobs

As the 2021 Legislative Session is underway, lawmakers are expected to file a series of bills in the coming weeks that will remove critical business tax credits and exemptions, effectively increasing the tax burden on employers in the middle of an economic crisis. For those of you that remember HB 1420 from last summer, this […]


Federal Policy Alert: Tell Congress to Stop the PRO Act

The U.S. Senate is currently considering a proposal called the Protecting the Right to Organize Act (PRO Act) that would hurt businesses and could potentially overturn Colorado’s long established labor laws. If enacted into law, the PRO Act would hurt workers, businesses and our nation’s economic recovery. It would force employees to pay union dues […]


Fidelity Investments to Bring 375 New Jobs to Colorado

Colorado Chamber member Fidelity Investments today announced that it will hire 375 new employees in Colorado over the next six months. The positions will include technologists, licensed financial planners, and customer service representatives. “Continuing to grow Fidelity Investments’ Colorado team and expanding the company’s U.S. footprint will allow us to source diverse and innovative talent […]


Colorado Chamber President and CEO Announces Timeline for Retirement and Succession

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Meyer at cmeyer@ccohamber.com DENVER – Colorado Chamber President and CEO Chuck Berry today notified the Board of Directors of a timeline for his retirement, initiating a succession and transition process for the organization. Berry, who has led the Colorado Chamber since 2000, will retire effective December 31, 2021. “There […]