The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce will hold a webinar on Thursday, March 19 from 12:00 – 1:30pm featuring experts who can summarize how businesses can access capital, work with employees and better understand how policies passed at the state and federal level can offer businesses relief. Speakers include Commissioner Steve Grove of the Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), Commissioner Cynthia Bauerly of the Department of Revenue, Commissioner Nancy Leppink of the Department of Labor and Industry and Kristin Parker, employment lawyer and partner at Stinson, LLC.
You can register to participate HERE.
The Minnesota Legislature gavels into session today. As always, Greater Mankato Growth (GMG) will keep our members up to speed on key issues and provide the information you’ll need to be an advocate for your business. Be sure to stay tuned to this blog in the coming months as we post updates on key issues businesses should keep an eye on. Continue reading “Announcing GMG’s 2018 Policy Priorities”
Greater Mankato Growth works hard to ensure that your membership investment creates value for your business. One of the way’s we do that is through our public affairs advocacy on key policy issues. In addition to pursuing our own advocacy agenda, GMG partners with the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce to support state-level policies that benefit the business community – and 2017 was a very successful year at the legislature.
From a reduction in the statewide property tax to a reduction in unemployment insurance taxes, every business will see savings from these legislative initiatives. In all, advocacy efforts advanced by the MN Chamber and supported by GMG generated nearly $4 billion in estimated business savings. Check out the infographic below for more details. Continue reading “Bang For Your Membership Buck”
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce is stopping in Mankato for its annual Statewide Policy Tour on January 16, 2018, and you’re invited to attend! Continue reading “The Minnesota Chamber is Coming to Mankato”
Doug Loon assumed the role of president of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce on September 8. Since that time, he has been traveling the state on a Listen + Learn tour to learn about the state issues impacting business. Continue reading “Meet the New MN Chamber President”