The Arvada Chamber is closely tracking the impact of the Coronavirus for our businesses and the Arvada community. This toolkit includes advice on how your business and family can plan for and respond to the virus.
The Arvada Chamber is proud to introduce the Tackle Talent Series, a four-part series designed to help members find, develop and retain the best local employees.
Starting March 31, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce will host its 2020 Marketing Education Series, a four-part, crash-course in marketing for small businesses.
If you’d like to know about the extensive, international journey that goes into making your first cup of coffee in the morning, just ask the good people at Red Silo Coffee Roasters. Owners and long-time business partners Shelley Flood and Greg Pierce strive to source the best quality beans from around the world, often directly from the farmer. To find the best taste, they will often cup 100 samples before making a full order. “It’s a lot of trial and error,” laughs Shelley. “We drink a lot of coffee.” We talked to Shelley and Greg about sourcing coffee, educating customers, what they’ve learned a year into business in Arvada, and what’s next for Red Silo.
Meet David Gass, Sales and Development at Gallery 1874!
On Friday, February 21, 2020, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce hosted a Community Impact Breakfast to discuss the Colorado public healthcare option. Last session, state lawmakers directed agencies to create a public health insurance option available to all Colorado residents. Industry leaders explained at this event how a public option works and implications for businesses, providers and consumers.
On Monday, February 18, the Arvada Chamber helped welcome NeuroGrove to the community with a ribbon-cutting at 8525 Ralston Rd.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation recently released a new report, “Hiring in the Modern Talent Marketplace,” which reveals that employers and hiring managers are now looking for competencies – not degrees – as the most important factors when filling a position. The survey of 500 hiring managers showed that 74% of respondents agreed that there […]
We understand that the biggest business challenges, like workforce and healthcare, are issues that impact our whole community. Each year, the Arvada Chamber asks local businesses and partners to complete a business challenges survey. These survey results help lead conversations and initiatives to advance everyone who works, lives and plays in Arvada.
On Monday, February 10, the community helped celebrate the grand opening of the new location of Balefire Goods at 7513 Grandview Ave in Olde Town Arvada.