Meet the Chamber! Minneapolis
Meet the Chamber events take place on the third Tuesday of each month and are a great opportunity for attendees to promote their business while learning about Chamber initiatives, programs, and services to help them grow their business. Save the date for our next Meet the Chamber on March 17 at Gilda's Club Twin Cities!
The Benefits of Chamber Membership
Members have access to many cost-effective advertising opportunities through the Chamber's E-newsletters, website, and event sponsorships.
Best in Business
The Chamber continues its long tradition of celebrating businesses with the annual Best in Business Awards luncheon on March 19. Five member companies will be honored for their accomplishments and successes in the past year. Register today!
Chamber Community Connections
Chamber Community Connections brings together Chamber member volunteers with non-profits who could use a helping hand. Each month, we provide a volunteer opportunity designed to fit into busy schedules. Participants learn about a great organization and make a difference in our communities. Volunteer for our next event at JA BizTown on March 24!
Creating powerful partnerships to unite and grow member businesses and the region.
Your membership allows for access to over 1,500 members and 150 additional programs across the region. Networking, Membership Listing, Member-to-Member Discounts, Connect For Lunch and much more.
Read about all the benefits and see how you can grow your business today.
Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota (LSS) is among the largest nonprofit provider of social services in Minnesota, impacting 100,000 Minnesotans across the state each year. Services for children and families, older adults and people with disabilities are available to all people and are designed to help people make significant, long-term changes in their lives.
Featured News Story
Right now, state lawmakers are discussing a number of issues that affect Minneapolis. These include monies the City will receive in government aid and property tax relief, possible funding for transportation, and much more. Gene Ranieri, Director of Government Relations for the City, will discuss these issues and others at this month’s Public Policy Forum.