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Small Business Feature: TaxOps

In honor of National Small Business Week, the Colorado Chamber is celebrating Colorado small businesses and recognizing the contributions of small business owners, entrepreneurs, and their employees to our local communities. Learn more about Small Business Week here! Judy Vorndran from TaxOps: Saving Companies Millions & Guiding Tax Policy Judy Vorndran is an owner and […]


Small businesses can make a difference and influence policy!

It is critical for small businesses to be heard when legislation and policy is being made, especially in the wake of a global pandemic where many businesses are just getting back on their feet. Legislation can have a huge impact on the way businesses are run, limit how and where businesses can operate, and inhibit […]


How you can support Colorado small businesses

Small business week is a great opportunity to support the small businesses in your community. Here are some tips for ways you can support small businesses this week and all year long! Support pro-business candidates for office Local, state, and federal policies have a significant impact on businesses. There are many ways to make an […]


How are small businesses defined?

Small businesses are a major force in the U.S. economy, with 28 million small businesses make up 99.7% of all U.S. firms. But what exactly is considered a small business? Generally, a small business has fewer than 1,500 employees and a maximum of $38.5 million in average annual receipts. But according to the U.S. Small […]


Celebrate National Small Business Week!

May 1st through May 7th, 2022 For over 50 years, National Small Business Week (NSBW) has celebrated the small businesses that are the backbone of our nation and our local communities, and highlights the integral part they play in shaping the economy. NSBW takes place annually during the first week of May. To celebrate NSBW, […]


Statement by Colorado Chamber on $600 Million UITF Proposal

Business Coalition Led by Colorado Chamber Secures Bipartisan Compromise For media inquiries, please contact Cynthia Meyer at cmeyer@cochamber.com. DENVER – The Colorado Chamber of Commerce today released the following statement following the announcement of a $600 million proposal to replenish the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund (UITF). The legislation comes after months of negotiations between the […]


CNN: Fidelity will soon offer bitcoin as an option in 401(k)s

Fidelity Investments announced Tuesday that it will offer bitcoin as an investment option in its 401(k) plans by the middle of this year. It’s a big move given that Fidelity is the largest 401(k) plan provider in the United States, acting as custodian for 23,000 plans, which have 20.4 million participants. In total, those plans […]


Colorado Business Day 2022

Last week, the Colorado Chamber gathered together for its first in-person event in over two years! Colorado Business Day was a huge success, and special thanks to our keynote speaker Jay Timmons, President and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers! View photos from the event below:


Chair’s Roundtable: Is Your Company Prepared for Cyber Threats?

This week the Colorado Chamber hosted its quarterly Chair’s Roundtable program with a panel of industry experts in cyber threats and security – a growing concern for businesses of all sizes and industries. The expert panelists included Bob Turner, the field chief information security officer at Fortinet; Brad Fugitt, the chief information and security officer […]


Caterpillar to Host Denver Job Fair

Chamber member Caterpillar is hiring in Denver! Details on the job fair are below: Date: April 30th, 2022 Time: 9AM to 3PM Location: 4705 E 48TH Ave, Denver, CO 80216 Positions start at $21/hour with a $1000 sign-on bonus and full benefits! More information on the job fair can be found here. You can view […]