Colorado Businesses Continue to Support Communities and Adapt in Crisis

The Colorado business community faces unprecedented challenges due to the global pandemic. As companies work to stay in business and adjust to a new normal, many are evolving their business strategies, utilizing modern technology to adapt, and contributing millions to their communities and their employees. Here’s a look at how some Colorado Chamber members are […]

Governor Announces Steps Toward Re-Opening of Colorado Businesses

On March 26, 2020, Governor Polis implemented a “Stay-at-Home” Executive Order which applied to all Colorado residents and “non-essential businesses.” On Monday of this week, the Governor announced he will not extend the Executive Order beyond April 27th – nearly one month after he issued the Order. His announcement included potential steps toward the re-opening of the State […]

COVID-19 Update: U.S. Chamber Foundation Launches the Save Small Business Fund

Small businesses are the foundation of our communities and our economy. Employing nearly half the American workforce, they keep our neighborhoods running and make them feel like home. The impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have wrought unprecedented financial uncertainty. These businesses need resources and relief — and they need it now. That’s why the Save […]

Colorado Chamber Members Stepping Up to Help Communities Amid COVID-19

As Colorado businesses adapt to the challenges posed by COVID-19, from reduced revenues to workplace disruptions to navigating complex federal relief programs, many are taking extraordinary steps to help their communities, customers and employees through these unprecedented times. In Colorado, Murphy Company Mechanical Contractors & Engineers is building hand washing stations for some of their […]

VIDEO: Watch our Webinar on the CARES Act with the U.S. Chamber

Did you miss our webinar with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce this week? View it here to learn about what’s in the CARES Act and how it applies to your business. Jack Howard, Senior Vice President, Congressional and Public Affairs at the U.S. Chamber, answered questions businesses of all sizes across the state. Click here […]

WEBINAR: Get Your Questions Answered About the CARES Act

The Colorado Chamber of Commerce & U.S. Chamber of Commerce Present     The CARES Act: Business Leaders Virtual Conference Businesses of every size and sector are grappling to understanding the $2 trillion coronavirus response bill, and how they can access the third aid package from Congress intended to provide fast relief across the American […]

Survey: Colorado Businesses Financially Strained, But Adapting

For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Meyer at DENVER – The Colorado Chamber of Commerce released the results of a survey conducted this week to measure the impact recent COVID-19 developments have had on the business community. The survey covers “Stay at Home” orders, employee furloughs and layoffs, and an assessment of how well […]

Statement from the Colorado Chamber on CARES Act Passage

DENVER – The Colorado Chamber released the following statement regarding the passage of the federal CARE Act today, which is the third phase of congressional COVID-19 relief: “The coronavirus pandemic has created both a public health crisis and an economic crisis,” said Colorado Chamber President Chuck Berry. “Many businesses and their employees across Colorado are […]

A Business Leader’s Guide to Effective COVID-19 Crisis Communications

Companies and brands in Colorado and across North America face unprecedented leadership and communications challenges due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic and resulting economic and financial market disruptions. Uncertain times elevate the importance of clear, credible communication from business leaders. The organizations most likely to survive and emerge with reputations intact will be those […]

Here’s what Colorado’s “Stay at Home” Order Means for Businesses

As of Thursday, March 26th at 6 a.m., all of Colorado has been placed under a “Stay at Home” order, which mandates that Coloradans not leave their residences except for essential activities. The order will be in effect until Saturday, April 11, 2020 unless it’s modified to continue past that date. The executive order lays […]